Back in March, the Sunday Times handed out a Scrabble game with its newspaper that made some parents unhappy: the version came with the complete, curse-laded dictionary. Not your family game.

This time it’s Nintendo’s turn. Their version of the game also comes complete with naughty words, which made one mother rather unhappy when the computer started using them against her 10 year old son. Nintendo blames Ubisoft.

The game is rated 3+.

Meanwhile, the removal of Christian words – such as aisle, bishop, chapel, empire and monarch – from the Oxford Junior Dictionary has upset another mother.