Not too long ago paid version of the Windows Phone game Ruzzle was unleashed on the Windows Phone Store. With the release, there was promises from the developer that a free version was in the works.
That promise was met today with the release of Ruzzle Free.
Ruzzle Free is a boggle-styled word game for both Windows Phone 7.x and 8 devices. You are tasked with finding as many words as possible on a 4x4 board of letters.
Ruzzle has a single player practice mode or you can take on other Ruzzle players through online matches. You also have Facebook and Twitter support to challenge your friends and followers along with support for ten languages.
Ruzzle Free is a free, ad-supported game that you can find here in the Windows Phone Store or by scanning the left QR Code below. If you're interested in the paid, ad-free version of Ruzzle ($2.99) you can find it here in the Store or by scanning the right QR Code below.
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