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Trivia Teaser

In the UK, an old couple's social club is called a 'Darby and WHO' club?


Word Power

Unlimited play!

Every time is different, so play as often as you like.


How to Play Word Power

Answer ten multiple-choice word trivia questions.

Click on the answer (A, B, C or D) you think is correct to proceed to the next question. Each question must be answered correctly before you can continue.

Monitor your progress on the scorecard at right. Earn more points by answering a question correctly on the first go. Each wrong attempt will reduce the total amount of points able to be won.

Game Options

EXIT: Click to return to the Game Selection page

POINTS COUNTER: Displays how many points you have won during Word Power

TOKENS COUNTER: Displays how many tokens you have won during Word Power

TIMER: The timer starts as soon as you open Word Power

About Word Power

Do you sometimes find yourself stuck for words? Or are you fabulous at concocting the perfect witty comeback - after the moment has passed? Help is at hand! Break down the language barrier and verbalise your vocab with Word Power, a unique word trivia and language trivia game for lovers of all things linguistic.

It's said that the average person only uses around 500 words each day from an English lexicon of over 500 000! Change your tune, boost your word power, make every word count; discover how liberating it is to pepper your everyday speech with grandiloquent gems for rewarding repartee.

And if English is your second language, Word Power can also be used as a creative, educational tool to practise your knowledge and improve your skills.

Extremely addictive, Word Power will sharpen your mind, ensuring you become effortlessly erudite in no time at all. You may well say "potato" now - but soon it'll be "tuber, yam, spud, tatty..."