Of course I'll do the prerequisite formal apology if been posted (or in wrong area, etc) before but no find when searched. Also this might pertain to some other type of games as well and welcome to add to it. (revised my post to simplify it more, sorry if blunt) This has been bugging me for months now so.....referring to mostly timed word games but can apply to others. The games I'm referring to are timed. Granted their are games that have both options but the majority are timed and only after some persistent badgering from people (like me) that ask for an untimed option will devs have it installed on a later update. I like playing timed modes as that can make the game understandably, but would like a relaxed setting (not timed) as well for some other games that would suit them well. Just saying that wished devs would simply make this a standard option and think their games would appeal to more people (and as I said in a review) thereby increasing their value/purchasing of the game. I've played certain word games asking to find 30+ words (some can be 6+ words) within 2 minutes. Thats crazy........or overkill imo! All those wasted words I didn't get a chance to find. I feel like its such a waste of game play that still could be had if only for a not timed mode. Do these come back within another game? I dunno....(I'am but a humble/simple but valued gamer!) Does this shorten the replay value? Yes, I'm talking about even if their are thousands of word options available. Feels like I don't get a full gaming experience under a timed mode on some games. Summary:Think if devs wanted to expand their scope in comsumer buying then a not timed mode would be a standard option within the game. Why isn't it? I know the time mode makes for an exciting game play such as the recently beloved Word Fu. But STILL......is it much bother to add a relaxed setting to some types of games that could be beneficial to it and to the gamers as well? This might fall under other types of games too and some might wish a few were not under a timed session. If so I'm listening (err....reading).