Play Knotwords on PC

Published by Zach Gage

  • Last Updated: 2022-06-03
  • Current version: 1.0.7
  • File size: 151.65 MB
  • Works with: Windows 10/8/7 and Mac Computers
Gamer Score: 4.78304/5
From 507 Votes

Knotwords Game for PC Screenshots

How To download, install and play Knotwords on Pc

To install and play the Knotwords on your PC or Mac, we have painstakingly written these instructions to get the game running on your computer. Now follow the 4 simple steps below:

1: Download an Android emulator

The best emulators on the market are - a. Nox App and b. Bluestacks . You can download any of these. Note: You will need at least 1GB of free space on your computer.

2: Install the emulator on your computer

  • Go to the Downloads folder on your computer to locate the emulator application.

  • Install the app.

  • Accept the license agreement.

  • Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application properly.

  • If you do the above correctly, the Emulator app will be successfully installed.

3: Installing Knotwords Game on your PC

  • Open your Emulator app. In the search bar, type Knotwords and search.

  • You will see the Knotwords game icon. Click it.

  • A window will open with your app in it and an Install button on the right.

  • Now, click the Install button and your Game will start downloading.

  • You will see an icon called "All Apps".

  • Click it and to go to a page containing all your installed Games.

  • You will see the installed Knotwords app. Start playing the Game.

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App Information

Knotwords is a minimal and elegant logic puzzle — with words. The rules are simple: arrange the letters in each section so every word is valid, across and down. Each puzzle may seem difficult at first — but like all my favorite newspaper puzzles, it gets easier as you progress. Each step guides you naturally towards the solution. This is the kind of game I've been trying to make my whole career — I'm amazed Jack and I discovered this design. We hope you like it. -- Terms of use:

Top Game Reviews

  • Great Word Puzzle Game
    By RCB1960

    I’ve really been enjoying the free version of this game, playing the Daily Mini and Classic games each day. Given that you can play for free is it a great way to find out if this game is for you! If I continue to play as much as I do now I’m sure I’ll purchase as the developers deserve to be compensated for their good work. My only gripe is the Classic games get a bit too small on an iPhone as the puzzles get bigger near the end of the week. While you can zoom in (nice touch), I’d much prefer to play these on my iPad but this game does not sync your progress across devices! (To the developers, consider this a feature request! And my reason for not a perfect 5 star review.)

  • Wordlist a bit too crazy/lazy
    By Fivetwelvish

    I think this a really fine game. My two concerns are: 1) the editor’s delete does not work/anticipate as I would expect, and 2) the word list is too expansive with no way of changing it because the puzzles are set in stone 1) my preferred way to delete letters is to backspace all the way from my cursor. The editor seems to often wrongly assume which orientation the word I am trying to edit. i.e. it will backspace up the column when I am trying to backspace within the row. No matter what word setting I try, the editor doesn’t match my expectation. I hope this could be a future improvement. 2) this is a bit of contention for me and is putting me off subscribing to Pro at the moment. Words are often either pluralized or taken obscurely from ‘Wiktionary’ and not from an expected dictionary. I feel like this is a bit of a lazy way to pump the puzzle generator with a greater selection than there ought to be. The English language is pretty expansive without resorting to ‘cheats’. When I figure out these words I feel more annoyed than satisfied. It’s especially annoying when the plurality is a simple ‘s’ slapped onto a noun (technically that’s valid) but which its usage is either invalid or uncommon. E.g. a recent puzzle used ‘ups’ because ‘up’ is a noun but the plural form is not used in any conventional sense in familiar with. The word definition does not even provide an example of its usage which any good dictionary would have to show its validity. Given the concept of not supplying clues nor definitions and success through educated guesses and process of elimination, a little constraint in the word list would make the game more satisfying and less frustrating. Core concept of the game is very good though and for that I give it 4/5.

  • i dont really like crosswords
    By k🌠vin

    but its alright

  • Zach does it again!
    By Riptorch

    Zach Gage games are some of my favorite on the App Store, and he’s done it again with this one.

  • Fun game and great execution
    By samsonjs

    If you like word games you should definitely try this one. It’s a unique game with solid mechanics and something to do every day. I’ve just been playing the free version and it’s really good. No ads, annoyances, or other funny business. If you don’t want to unlock the extra stuff it’s just a great game for free. Nothing to dislike about that!

  • Fun and challenging
    By ericleotrada

    Some of the longer puzzles look impossible at first, which makes success that much more satisfying.

  • Smart and Addictive!
    By Dude54637

    Not only am I loving it but it’s replaced Wordle for me now. A great feature would be a daily leaderboard with my friends similar to the NYT Crossword Daily Mini.

  • Better than a traditional crossword puzzle
    By Northern Nubian

    this app is perfect for those people who want to solve a crossword but do not care for rare clues that no one understands.

  • I love all the words
    By My husband wrote the review

    Great game with many great words! You will have fun if you play it. Unless you don’t! But you probably will if you like games like this. You should get the game and do the puzzles and then feel good :).

  • Fun, but unstable (crash)
    By broken pixels

    The game is well balanced freemium model, with daily challenges and some archived or puzzle books for free. It won’t last you forever but it’s more than enough for the odd distraction. As a paid user however I found it very unstable on my iPad. It kept crashing. Additionally I would like to see some sort of cloud save so I can hop between devices.

  • excellent
    By dickiefaulder

    I love this game. Daily puzzles and more than enough monthly ones for passing time

  • Words in the game, not in my mouth
    By DrExcelsior

    When I share a result with a friend, just share the result and the app name. Not some idiot message promoting the game that seems to come from me. Bad marketing practice.