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IMPORTANT INFORMATION: We are sad to announce that the YouPlay website will be closing at the end of January. Unfortunately technology has moved on, making continued support for it unsustainable. To continue your love of online crosswords & puzzles, please visit lovattspuzzles.com

Due to a change in ownership of PopCap Games, the license for these products has been withdrawn. We can therefore no longer feature these games on Youplay.com. The good news is that our YouPlay developers are very busy creating new games to add to our current in-house crosswords and puzzles, so watch this space for some exciting challenges ahead!

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"Avatars have been widely available online for some time, and it's great to see that their success is now being replicated on mobile."

An avatar is a manifestation of a deity in bodily form on earth. Okay, it's got another meaning too. In computing terms, it's a movable icon representing a person in cyberspace or virtuality reality graphics. Internet forum users display it to represent themselves, in place of a photo. It comes from the Sanskrit avatara 'descend', from ava 'down' and tar 'to cross'

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