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Still, as a paper-free (and easy) option for playing hangman on the go it's well worth the gratis price tag. Small banner along the bottom, not too bad at all Available as a separate app for i Pad?

No Addiction level warning: Like caffeine This popular app puts a word game twist on Mahjong, with great results.

However, it works well as the puzzles can take some time to do and it's certainly enough for you to see if you like the acrostic puzzle formula enough to dish out some cash for the upgrade.

You have to solve crossword-type clues while the letters from the answers are automatically entered into a grid that makes up a quote from an author.

Finally, a list of Moxie words means more points, so it's worth checking them out before you play if you've got your eye on the high score prize. If you get tear-your-hair-out stuck then you can chose to see the answer, although to your shame it shows on the grid which you've chosen to reveal. No Addiction level warning: Mine enemy is productivity As the name might suggest, Word Solitaire mixes up a word building game with the classic cards-for-one Klondike solitaire.

It sounds simplistic but as you're building words and hoping the correct letter turns up to complete it the engagement level can get quite high. If you're a crossword fan and you give this a try we bet it won't be long before you're shelling out .99 for the full version that offers crosswords from 26 sources. Instead of clubs, hearts, spades and diamonds the cards in the columns are made up of vowels and consonants and you have to move the cards around to build words.

After the timer has run out the blanks are filled in so you can see what you missed, and if you didn't miss too many then you might want to take advantage of the connect to Facebook option to report your progress to friends. Fairly, there are full screen photo ads between each level, which you have to skip past Available as a separate app for i Pad?

Jumbline 2 is available for i Pad Addiction level warning: Your fingers will be twitching to play This comprehensive free offering gives you the choice of playing solo, play and pass with up to four friends, playing online with random folk and a challenge mode for you to throw the gauntlet out to a buddy who also has the app or plays on Facebook, which is a sweet touch.

The aim of the game is to reveal all the letter cards and make sure they are all used up in creating words.

Just to top off the awesome, there's in-game chat, so you can trash talk your opponent during the match.

The ads — which show up as a full screen every time you take a turn — are annoying, so if you plan to play this regularly you might want to upgrade to the .99 version, a process which, you'll be glad to know, keeps your username, games and settings safely intact. Full screen photo ads every time you make a move = annoying Available as a separate app for i Pad?

To save you the trouble of sorting through the hundreds of options, we've spent a amount of time searching, downloading and testing (hard life, we know) and we've narrowed down the best to a top 10 list.

Best of all, we've focused on free games (although be warned a couple on the list fall into trial version categories) so with this list, and for the grand total payout of exactly zero, you will never be bored again. This really is a taster app to try and get you hooked enough to fork out the .99 for the full version, as it contains just seven games.

With pretty backgrounds, the option to change the color scheme and not-completely-annoying sound effects, it's a surprisingly immersive game. If you aren't getting rid of enough letters and they hit the danger area at the top of the screen, then it's curtains.

The app also gets a "thumbs up" from us for integrating Twitter - you can drag and drop a blue bird icon onto a high score to brag about it on the microblogging service. There's no more to it than that but believe us when we say it's enough. Small banner ad along the top, not that noticeable Available as a separate app for i Pad? Think Scrabble (just don't tell Hasbro/Mattel) with the option to play your Twitter and Facebook buddies on your i Phone. If you're short of social networking pals that like word games then the app will also let you invite someone to play from your address book, and will even randomly match you with another willing player from the i Phoneiverse.

No Addiction level warning: Don't fire this up if you've got something you need to do, like eat This clever game requires learning the rules, but they are incredibly simple and the gameplay you'll enjoy after sitting through the quick demo video makes it more than worth it.

With three lines of five boxes, you are presented with one letter at a time to place in a box with the aim of making meaningful words within the boxes. Another taster app that still offers an impressive amount of content is the "Lite Edition" of 2 Across, with a smattering of crossword-style puzzles available from The Independent (cryptic), The New York Times (classic), The Sydney Morning Herald (quick) and The Onion.

Once you've done that you can grow the word by adding more letters, if possible, or swapping out letters for others that still make a real word. Offering the option to view the grid, the clues or both in a split screen, this app makes crosswords really work on the i Phone's display. Pan around the grid by dragging the display, hit on the grid to see the clue come up across the bottom of the screen and then tap the pencil icon to type in the answer.

So, for example, you could swap the "h" in "hover" to an "l" to make "lover." If you add a letter and find you no longer have a viable word then that's called a "twaddle," and you'll lose points. One standout feature that really helps the crossword concept to translate to a digital device is the ability to either "pen" or "pencil" in your answers, so if you aren't sure about an answer you can enter it in a lighter font.