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|Product Length:||16.0 inches|
|Product Width:||9.75 inches|
|Product Height:||2.5 inches|
|Product Weight:||0.94 pounds|
|Package Length:||16.1 inches|
|Package Width:||9.6 inches|
|Package Height:||2.3 inches|
|Package Weight:||2.9 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 2 reviews|
|Average Customer Review: ( 2 customer reviews )
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A nice "team version" of Scrabble Apr 26, 2010
By Michael Ceciliani
I originally got this game in the 90s when it came out and got rid of it. I couldn't find anyone that wanted to play it. They wanted to play the traditional Scrabble game. I also found the rules to be confusing. Well, I bought it again and played it with my Sunday gaming group. Two teams of three players each. It was very enjoyable and the winning team won by one point. A member of the winning team helped to clear up the rules for me and the others.
You use letters and set them on the board for the "other team" to form a word. Once a team announces a word, a marble is dropped down a maze (like the Crookedest Street in the World) and the other team must declare a word before the marble reaches the bottom, about five to seven seconds. Points are awarded if the announced words use letters that are in the rack. The first team whose letters reach the top with an acceptable word wins. The game comes with roughly 40 to 50 letters, with point values similar to regular Scrabble. I don't believe there are any Qs, Xs or Zs in this game.
A nice twist to the Scrabble game. It came out around '95 or so. A lot of people don't take kindly to change, which is most likely why this game didn't get a second printing. But if you're looking for a team version of Scrabble, look this game up. Amazon does have it.
Down with the up rules! Feb 04, 2013
By Virginia M. Smith
The rules were interpreted - the initial game played. Will probably never play again. You are crossing arms with your opponent to place the drawn tile at the head of their column. It's messy and screws up response times.
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