Exercise your brain and with thousands of challenging word puzzles, set in a relaxing botanical garden of gorgeous puzzle backgrounds. Test your word smarts, unlock new levels and climb the vocabulary ladder. Wordscapes In Bloom puzzles start off simple, but progressively become more challenging — unlock new levels with ever-more challenging puzzles! How many puzzles can you solve?

► Enjoy relaxing fun as you explore an arboretum of beautiful puzzles.
► Even without a time limit, these word unscramble puzzles are challenging.
► If you find yourself stuck, use letter hints and the word shuffle to guide your way!

Wordscapes In Bloom is the latest new word game from PeopleFun, the makers of Wordscapes, Wordscapes Uncrossed, Word Chums, Spell Blitz and MixTwo — played and loved by millions of people around the world.

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What’s New

Version 1.3.23

Bug fixes and improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
29.2K Ratings

29.2K Ratings

fyerbugg1 ,


Just started playing this particular version, but have done a similar version for quite some time now. The challenge increases when there are multiple possible words, but the correct word scores more. As I stated previously, the individual puzzle difficulty increases and decreases, at what appears to be a nice and balanced pace for as long as I have been playing a similar word puzzle (more than a year now).
Also, if this game patterns similar to to others, there will be intermittent tourneys which give the top finishers prizes that help to get hints in puzzle word solutions. Fortunately, I like what I have seen so far. One of the best things about the similar game, is the ability to enjoy many many hours of challenging entertainment, without EVER spending any REAL cash to play !!!
I am extremely hopeful this particular version will afford the same opportunity........!!!


Love this game with small caveats

So, I’d like to say that for the most part, I love this game. It’s fun and challenging, and the ads aren’t overly intrusive. I’m up over level 500, and I’ve yet to be expected to pay real money to get to higher levels and things like that. I do have a few relatively minor complaints, though. First, some of the “words” aren’t really words, such as prefixes; those aren’t actual words. Secondly, what counts as words is inconsistent; a word on one level magically doesn’t count as a word on the next in some cases. Thirdly, none of the puzzles allow for two-letter words. Lastly, the ads for other games count as false advertising. Now, this game’s developer may not have control over that last one. It’s still important to note and pass along if possible that the ads shown for other games give a false impression. The games in question either aren’t anything like what’s shown or aren’t as easy as what’s shown. Toon Blast is a good example of this issue in action. I’ve played that game, so I know from experience it’s not anywhere near as easy as what’s shown in its ads in Wordscapes in Bloom, especially in the upper levels. Other than these few complaints, I can’t think of any other problems I have with this game.

Futureparadox ,

A Bit Addictive

Haven’t spent a penny yet having finished more than 200 levels and going strong. I’ve enjoyed it and has kept my attention intelligently diverted while waiting on appointments, etc. The interface is well thought out and it does challenge the vocabulary! The ads are ok except for two games they are hawking that are just plain stupid. No kidding. The secondary ads at the bottom of the puzzle are main stream, iBook and the like. Truly, this app is worth $3-$4 up front. It is that enjoyable. Play through until level 100 or so. If you like it, pay to remove the ads. It just gets better/more challenging.

I recommended it without reservation until the last update. The ads between each puzzle now have automatic sound bypassing the app sounds off function. Several have no way to turn the sound off...and the sounds are loud and annoying. Yes, for $3-$4 I have eliminated the ads but I don’t appreciate the obnoxious push to do it.

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