Use your mouse to Scratch For Fun and see an example of how this game is played. Scratch for Fun examples do not award prizes.
Spicy Hot Crossword is a $5 game that offers 10 top prizes of $100,000.
1. Scratch YOUR LETTERS to reveal 18 letters. Rub each matching letter every time it is found on either Crossword GRID. Each letter's square, when rubbed gently, will turn white.
2. When you have matched the letters of two (2) or more entire words on either Crossword GRID, win the corresponding prize shown in the PRIZE KEY for that GRID. Only the highest prize won in either Crossword GRID will be paid.
3. Scratch each "FLAME" symbol that appears in either Crossword GRID. Each "FLAME" symbol is a free spot. When a "FLAME" symbol appears in any winning combination of words, DOUBLE the corresponding prize found in the PRIZE KEY.
4. Each Crossword GRID is played separately.
BONUS: Reveal a BLACK "PEPPER" (WIN10) symbol, win $10 instantly. Reveal a GREEN "PEPPER" (WIN50) symbol, win $50 instantly. Reveal a RED "PEPPER" (WIN100) symbol, win $100 instantly. BONUS is played separately.
*Scratch for Fun is for entertainment purposes only. Scratch for Fun examples may not accurately represent game play or overall chances of winning. For complete game rules see the game page.
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