Crossword Sage – Design and publish your own professional crossword game

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Crossword Sage is a free, open source and cross-platform (based on JRE) crosswords intuitive maker, designed to help you build and publish your own professional and good looking crossword game.

With Crossword Sage, we can not only design/DIY our own crossword game for kids or friends to develop or train their brains, but also are able to make good use of Crossword Sage’s lightning fast word suggestion capabilities to help us solve many crosswords from online game or newspaper, magazine…

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  • Build, load and save crosswords
  • Load and solve a crossword
  • Print out your completed crosswords with clues
  • Crossword sage looks after all the clue numbering for you – even if you want to insert a new word into your crossword
  • A small utility to allow you to search for word patterns

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