You start with 50 points. If you guess a letter that is not in the word, a point deduction is applied. You pass the level if you correctly guess 5 words without running out of points.
You can switch to "Spanish Basic Word" by clicking on "Spanish Word". It's an excellent opportunity for English learners, including schoolchildren, to practice their language skills. After deciphering, you can read the Hungarian equivalent of the word. Our dictionary contains both spelling and semantically verified words.
The Hangman is originally a paper-and-pencil based puzzle for two or more players. One player thinks of a word, and the other tries to guess it. The earliest known version dates back to 1894. The name comes from the fact that when one player guesses, the other either enters the letter in the appropriate place or draws a part of a hanging stick figure. If you couldn't figure out which word your partner was thinking, a drawing of a hanging stick figure would be completed.
In the child-friendly version, an apple tree with ten apples is depicted and an apple is crossed out for each incorrect guess. There are also different versions based on what word can be in the puzzle. Depending on the agreement, it may contain a foreign word, proper name, conjugation, or suffix.
A useful strategy for the puzzle is to try common letters first. This varies depending on the vocabulary, but usually the letters e, t, a, o, n, i, s, r, h, l are the most common. Some people guess the vowels first, because in a good case, you can guess the word or parts of it. When guessing vowels, it is possible to deduce whether there are undiscovered vowels in the word, as their distribution is typical.