Scrabble is a word match game between two or more people. When it's their turn, players use lettered pieces on a square board so that the words created vertically and horizontally have meaning. Pretty simple, isn't it? But please note that this is a Board Game that requires you to have a good vocabulary.
  • Year of manufacture: 1988
  • The number of players: 1 - 20 people. Recommended: 3-4 people.
  •  Age : 6 +
  • Time: 30 minutes.
  • Genre: Puzzle, Family

In this classic game, each player will use 7 letter cards combined with at least 1 letter on the board to form 1 meaningful English word. By the letters and locations placed on the map that the player will achieve a certain number of points, so you need to have a little strategy to get as many points as possible. The player with the highest score at the end of the game will be the overall winner. The gameplay is very simple.

Place the game's main board in a central area where all players can see it, and give each player a letter tray. Mix all the letters into the bag and each player randomly draws 1 letter, the person with the letter closest to the letter "A" will go first. In the set of letters, there will be 1 piece without letters, this piece has the right to go first, even if someone draws "A". Each player randomly picks up 7 new pieces and starts playing. The first player will combine 2 or more pieces of English letters to form a meaningful English word and place it on the board, there must be 1 letter on the board. game into a central area that is easily visible to all players, and distributes a tray of letters to each player in the center of the board. Words that have to mean only when the pieces are placed horizontally or vertically side by side, and words that mean diagonally do not count. After placing 1 meaning word, that player will get a score = total score on letter pieces in that meaning word, then draw a letter piece from the pocket until 7 pieces are reached and turn is over.

How to Play Scrabble


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