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Take a Break! Crosswords

Windows 3.x - 1992

Year 1992
Platform Windows 3.x
Released in United States
Genre Puzzle
Theme Board / Party Game, Licensed Title, Real-Time, Word Construction
Publisher Sierra On-Line, Inc.
Developer Dynamix, Inc., N8 Productions
Perspectives Top-Down, Text-based / Spreadsheet, Fixed / Flip-screen
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Take a Break! Crosswords is a video game published in 1992 on Windows 3.x by Sierra On-Line, Inc.. It's a puzzle game, set in a board / party game, real-time, licensed title and word construction themes.

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