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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.

Words With Friends FAQs

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Who created Words With Friends Many people wonder who is behind all that success with Words With Friends. Played be millions of people every day Words With Friends is one of the most played online games of all times. The brothers Dave & Paul Bettner and their crew developed this game in 2009 and probably […]

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Word Mole FAQs

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  After releasing our recent article on Word Mole many visitors asked us to extend the information on this game. This articles gathers the frequently asked questions and their answers. Where can I play Word Mole online? Lots of people try to find out if it is possible to play Word Mole online. Quite a […]

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Word Mole

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Word-grabber.com always tries to present new word games where you build words from letters like Scrabble or Words with Friends. The other day we came across a game we have never heard of called Word Mole. Word Mole is most likely familiar to BlackBerry smartphone users since it is one of the most played games […]

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Words with Friends

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Information, facts and trivia about Words with Friends, one of the most popular word game you can play online and on mobile devices.

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The World of Word-Games 2

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Last week we presented the first part of different word-games based on or inspired by Scrabble. If you are missing one special game you will now have the chance to find it in this weeks article.  Jumble Known from TV and newspapers is Jumble. No grid or board is required, but you still need to […]

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The World of Word-Games 1

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Scrabble is one of the most played games and probably the most played word-game ever. Those tiny little squares and letters make families laugh, turn friends into temporary opponents and challenge your brainpower to go sky high. A huge amount of similar word-games existed before or was created inspired by Scrabble. We would like to […]

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