Scrabble Boggle from Hasbro


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Everyone knows that Scrabble is a classic word game, and Boggle is a timed word game that has to do with cubes and making letters. Both games come together in the handheld Scrabble Boggle. The object is to find as many words as you can in the 4×4 letter grid. To win, you’ve got to be the player with the highest score at the end of a three-minute game or be the first player to reach the designated point limit in a tournament game.

To play, turn the lid clockwise to lower the grid base. Shake the letter cubes to mix them up. Turn the lid counterclockwise to close it up, and the timer light will flash on to begin the countdown. Players must then try to find words of three or more letters that adjoin in sequence horizontally, vertically, or diagonally in any direction. No letter cube may be used more than once in a single word. At the end of three minutes, the buzzer will go off and players earn points depending on how many words they found and the number of letters in each word. Just like in Boggle, if a word appears on more than one player’s list, it must be crossed off all lists and no one gets credit for it.

Where Scrabble comes in is with bonus letters. Some letters on the cubes have a red square around them. If a player makes a word that uses this letter cube, they score double for that word.

Scrabble Boggle is for one or more players.


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  1. This is nice as a travel game. It is easy to pack, made of sturdy plastic and simple to play. It is compact device that keeps all pieces in place. Just twist the bottom to shuffle. The timer is not loud  while on.  It does not make an annoying noise while trying to concentrate, It has a soft quick tone when it goes off after the three minutes and can be reset if needed. I like games with letters, anything to sharpen my Scrabble skills. A Happy Dance here!

  2. Hasbro is annoying, they are making all of their classic games into cheap toys and the past year or two their mainstay games gave taken a HUUUUGE leap backwards in quality, and what's with this trend of slapping the "Scrabble" brand name on anything having to do with words or letters. Now Catchprase, Upwords, Scattergories, Boggle, etc are all Scrabble games? bull.


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