Zero Punctuation (Browser)

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In this word game, players are presented with a block of text lacking any form of punctuation—no commas, apostrophes, or even spaces between words. Within the time limit, fill in all the missing spaces and apostrophes in the text, and receive a score based on the amount time left after completion.

Zero Punctuation was created as part of the Global Game Jam by The A Team in Tel Aviv, Israel. The Global Game Jam was an event where teams in locations throughout the world were tasked with creating a game within 48 hours. The game was uploaded to the Game Jam site with the basic functions of adding spaces and apostrophes, but the developers have suggested the implementation of further features, such as adding dots, commas, and paragraph breaks, as well as the ability for the user to input their own block of text to work with.


Zero Punctuation Browser Not much time left!

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The game is apparently named after Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw's weekly video review series at The Escapist.

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Lampbane (2526) added Zero Punctuation (Browser) on Feb 11, 2009