Take a look at the features inside Word Whiz PRO™ There's more than meets the eye
Choose a challenge type.
Play with 3, 4, 5 & 6 letter words. Each challenge type has 12 different levels to work through. From those beginning to learn English for the very first time to the most seasoned word game lover Word Whiz PRO™ offers something for everyone.
Intergrated GameCenter™ achievements.
Score up to 650 GameCenter™ points as you play. Check your global ranking and challenge others through the GameCenter™ app.
Boast about your awesome score!
If you've just played an awesome round let people know! Send out tweet or post sometihg on Facebook from within the game. Note: Twitter and Facebook must be enabled on the device for this function to work.
48 levels out-of-the-box
Word Whiz PRO™ is available from the iOS App Store for £2.29|€2.99|$2.99USD|$3.49CAD and around the world. There are no in-app purchases, you get the whole game to play totally unlocked right from the very start. You can work your way through each level or jump straight in the deep end!
Add a word to our dictionary
Be part of our Word Whiz community, We have over 35,000 words in our playable word lists, but we know that there are more out there. If you can tell us a compelling reason to submit a new word add it to the list so everyone can benefit instantly.
Improve your vocabulary
Word Whiz PRO™ is far more than just an occasional game, it's an educational tool for children and adults alike. You'll discover new words as you play, you just have to remember them for next time – or even just to impress your friends!
Check a definition with our 'Look up' feature
Not sure if a word is a 'real' word? No problem, just type a word and tap 'Look up' and a dictionary definition will pop up. Note: Internet connection required for this feature.
Lost for words? It happens!
If you have writer's block and just can't think of a word to fit the space you can, as a last resort, use the 'Help me' feature. But, it will cost you points. Note: There may be occasions where there is no word that will fit – back to the drawing board, sorry!