July 3, 2022

Lightwood Games Bring Word Search To The Switch

Do you like a good puzzle game? well you maybe in luck. Staffordshire based game developer, Lightwood Games have announced details of its latest game for Nintendo
Switch with a free playable demo, which is available now on the Nintendo eShop.

Word Search by POWGI is a classic word game featuring 300 puzzles, which can be solved alone or with friends.

Online or offline multiplayer modes allow you to work cooperatively as a team, or compete to see
who can find the most words.

Split Joy-Con controllers can be used for 2 players, or with more controllers it becomes a party
game for up to 4. Using local wireless and online network play, players can even tackle puzzles
together while using the touch screen in Handheld Mode.

The game follows Lightwood’s usual streamlined, no-nonsense approach. As a portable game, it’s a pocket puzzler that’s always ready to play when you are.

Puzzles are expertly hand-crafted by POWGI and stuffed to the brim with words to find. All the content is suitable for the whole family. The game is rated PEGI 3 and ESRB E.

A playable demo with 4 sample puzzles is now available. The full version of the game will be available to download on April 12th, 2018 priced £6.99 / €7.99 / $7.99. Pre-orders are now open.

Word Search by POWGI was Lightwood’s debut title on Nintendo 3DS and Wii U in 2015. The Nintendo Switch version features retains the local multiplayer feature introduced on Wii U and
adds new network play options exclusive to Nintendo Switch.

Lightwood Games previously released Pic-a-Pix Deluxe on Nintendo Switch and is continuing to support this title with new DLC puzzle packs being released regularly. More puzzle games for
Nintendo Switch are in the pipeline.

Word Search by POWGI is also available for the Wii U & 3DS



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