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Hangman

This classic game gives you five chances to guess the category. Just guess letters.

Members: 10
Latest Activity: 45 minutes ago

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This classic game gives you five chances to guess the category. Just guess letters. As you get correct ones, they will be filled into the right positions. If you get one wrong, you get part of the body added to the hangman’s noose. If you guess all the letters before you get completely hung, you win.

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Here's a helpful dictionary, if you spell as badly as I do.

Free Online Dictionary


WACWIN = Without A Clue Win

WOLWIN = With One Letter Win

 

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Jim Game 1264

Started by Cat. Last reply by Jim Buchanan 45 minutes ago. 5 Replies

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Started by Melvin Quinney. Last reply by Melvin Quinney 1 hour ago. 4 Replies

Cat WON Game 507 (Word for word.)

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Karen Game 0757 - Abandoned game Cancelled

Started by Cat. Last reply by Karen Ann McMahon 19 hours ago. 12 Replies

Cat WON Game 506 (Nothing succeeds like...)

Started by Melvin Quinney. Last reply by Melvin Quinney yesterday. 24 Replies

Larry WON Game 0557 [As sharp as. . .]

Started by Cat. Last reply by Larry Abshagen on Sunday. 21 Replies

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