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Mobile word games

You like to play word games on mobile devices like iPhone, Blackberry or your Android system? Welcome to our introduction of mobile word games that fit into your pocket.

Word Mole FAQs 2.0

Word Mole

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This articles gathers frequently asked questions on Word Mole collected during past years. Where can I play Word Mole online? Are there good alternatives? How do I play Word Mole? And many more. Feel free to submit further questions.

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How Many S in Words with Friends?

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There can be more than 5 S in Words with Friends. Read about How many S are there in Words with Friends and why it sometimes isn’t enough.

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Welcome to the Alphabet Jungle – Review

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Last month we integrated another enjoyable word game into our site called Alphabet Jungle. We gave the trip to the jungle a try and took a closer look at this word game.

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Review Scrabble app

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There are a lot of clones of the most famous word game we all know as Scrabble in the world. After having reviewed so many copies of this famous concept, it is now time to take a look at the official Scrabble app for iPhone and iOS devices.

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Review of Words with Friends on Facebook

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By now there are countless versions of Scrabble on the Internet. An especially popular English language variant is Words with Friends (WwF), which can be played in its basic form for free on a smartphone or through Facebook. We have now taken a closer look at the Scrabble variant built into Facebook.

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Scrabble vs. Words with Friends

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A very popular Scrabble clone these days is Words with Friends. In our review at wort-suchen.de, we were so impressed by the game produced by Zynga that we decided to stage a face-off with the official Scrabble app. So here is our special comparison: Scrabble versus Words with Friends.

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Boggle – Classic Word Game Reinvented

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Players who enjoy their daily dose of word games often find themselves going back to the old classics. Boggle Free from EA Swiss Sarl, is a word-search game that is certainly worth going back to. Some of you will enjoy the nostalgia evoked by the name itself- remember those lettered dice cubes and the sand-clock timer? But even those who haven’t played the game before will love the digital version. Available for the Android market, Boggle is suitable for players of all ages- it can even be a great educational device for those just learning how to spell!

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WordTrap Dungeon Preview

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WordTrap Dungeon is at first sight a very unusual game mix. A word game in dark dungeons? Magic and monsters? The small Polish developer, Crunching Koalas, mixes two very different genres. But the mix works and it’s not just coincidence, it’s good work from ambitious programmers.

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WordON Review

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This summer is full of fresh word games for mobile devices. After we reviewed the decent games WordStone and Word King for mobile devices and Computers there is coming WordOn from German publisher Flaregames. Is this another game keeping you away from the normal summer activities or is it just a waste of time that could be spend in the sun?

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Word King Review

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If you are one of those who miss the good old days of playing simple but addictive word games, then Word King will keep you engaged for hours. Reminiscent of old-time board games like Scrabble, Word King is right up there with some of the other best word games of the android market.

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