Find all the words hidden in the grid by selecting the correct letter from the two possible choices in each square.

How to play

In Cross Out puzzles, the objective is to complete the crossword grid with the correct answer words by choosing the correct letter (and eliminating the spare letter) in each grid square.

At the start of the puzzle (unless Quick or Super Quick playing mode has been selected), all the squares are shaded grey, indicating that neither letter has been selected.

Tap one of the two letters in a square to select it as part of the answer.

Cross Our puzzles do not give 'crossword' style clues to help you determine the answer words: the key to solving them is to spot likely complete words from the available letters on each line, or to spot likely valid combinations of letters (for example, it's unlikely for a 'Q' to be followed by a letter other than 'U' in an English word). All the answers will be common dictionary words.

If you tap the TOP half of a square, the top letter will be highlighted in white and pinned as part of the answer.

If you tap the BOTTOM half of a square, the square will rotate so the bottom letter will move to the top, and that letter will then be highlighted and pinned as part of the answer.

Tapping a highlighted letter will remove the highlight, resetting that square to its initial state. Tapping the lower letter in a highlighted square will flip the square and set the highlight to that letter.

The puzzle is complete once all the squares have been highlighted and all the vertical and horizontal lines spell out the valid answer words. 

Extra help

If you're stuck on a Cross Out puzzle, you can use coins to buy hints.

Hints can be used by tapping on the relevant icon in the status bar area at the top of the screen.

The cost (in coins) to use each hint is printed under its icon.

■ Suggest a move

If you're struggling to see a logical move to enter, use this hint. The game will analyse the current grid and automatically highlight the correct letter in one of the remaining squares.