Lawyers and other experts are taking the new wave of crossword puzzles to the streets.
The latest game is an interactive crossword called MFLOOM.
It’s one of a handful of games that are making a splash at crossword tournaments.
The game, which has a “live” version that’s now available on iOS, Android and web browsers, uses an interactive virtual world to teach people how to find answers and solve puzzles.
The world is set in the fictional city of MFLOOOM, which is based on the real-life city of Melbourne, Australia.
You can get it for $1 on the App Store.
The full version is $3.
It was released to the public on Thursday and was the second best-selling puzzle in the app store.
Crosswords can be fun and challenging, said lawyer David Miller, the founder of the legal software firm Miller Chocolates.
If you’re not interested in the game itself, it’s not that hard, he said.
But if you are, Miller said you might want to spend the money to get a set of answers for free.
The MFLOWOM game has been gaining attention since it hit the App store on Thursday.
It has been downloaded nearly 10 million times.
Some people who like crosswords say they’re making money from the game.
“This is a game that is going to have people playing,” said attorney Matt Tamburin, who works with law firms.
“It is going the way of the golf course and the tennis court, and it’s going to take off with people like me who want to learn the language.”
The game has also drawn the attention of lawyers, who are using the game to teach the public the rules of the game, Miller Choco said.
Crossword Puzzle, he added, is “going to be a big hit.”
The Mflowlows game has received a lot of press, and people are excited to play it and get answers, said attorney Brian Jolliffe, a crossword expert at a firm in Boston.
The game has gotten a lot more people into the game than it has lawyers, he explained.
“I think that it’s the perfect example of crosswords and lawyers coming together,” Jollifee said.
“We’ve got a lot to learn from each other.”
The rules of a crosswords game are complicated, but they’re not so hard that you can’t figure out the rules by trial and error, said Jollifers partner and former Boston lawyer Mark Johnson.
He said he has no clue how he found the rules, but he has gotten the answers.
“It’s kind of like how you find out who’s a jerk by doing it for yourself,” Johnson said.
The trick, he suggested, is to use your head.