Free Crossword Scrabble Games

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Free Crossword Scrabble Games
You can play Scrabble games online against a computer or another person. (Stockbyte/Stockbyte/Getty Images)

"Scrabble" is one of the best-selling board games of all time, with between one and two million units sold each year in the United States alone. "Scrabulous" for Facebook, the insanely popular game developed by the Agarwalla brothers, was disabled in 2008. However, even if you don't have an official "Scrabble" board and a friend, you can still play Scrabble crossword games for free online on numerous sites.

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Literati

"Literati" is a Scrabble-type crossword game on Yahoo! Games. You have a rack of seven tiles and play words on a 15x15 board with various squares marked as bonus tiles, giving double and triple letter and word bonuses similar to in Scrabble. You can play Literati against online human opponents or computer opponents. You need a Yahoo! user account to play Literati, but you can get one for free on the website.

Pogo Scrabble

Unlike in "Literati," you have the option of play Pogo's "Scrabble" game either as a member or a guest (both versions are free). The rules for Pogo's "Scrabble" are exactly the same as for the official Hasbro game. There is a 2-minute timer for each move and a handy dictionary and reference list of 2-letter words on the sidebar.

Lexulous

"Lexulous" was created by the Agarwalla brothers after a copyright infringement lawsuit by Hasbro forced them to close "Scrabulous." To play "Lexulous," you need to create a user account, but you can the play the game online for free with no required downloads or ads. The arrangement of bonus tiles on the grid is different than in the official Scrabble game, but the mechanics of the game are very similar.

Scrabble Blast

"Scrabble Blast" is a Scrabble spin-off developed by Hasbro borrowing elements from the crossword game "Boggle." You play on a 7x7 board populated with Scrabble tiles, some of which are bonus letter and word tiles. The goal is to make a word by starting anywhere on the board and moving to an adjacent letter above, below, to the left or to the right of the letter to form a string of letters that makes a legal word. Scoring is the same as in the official Scrabble game.

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