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Publisher: Waddington's Games, Inc.
Designer: Alan Turoff
Publication Year: 1972
Game Paradise SKU: g42x002
Average Playtime: 10 minutes
Minimum Players: 2
Maximum Players: 99
Suitable Audience: Family Friendly
Genre: Word Game

Boggle was mentioned in the following blog posts...

A game you should certainly SNATCH up.

     ...measurably faster.  Boggle is equally boring to me.  Granted, we are all playing at the same exact time, but there is little to no interaction between players, which means I might as well be playing a...

Flavors of Word Games

     ...ords, Bannanagrams, Boggle, Spill & Spell, Razzle, Snatch It... the list goes on and on.  These are all games where the main goal is to create words using individual letters.  Points may be awarde...

Konexi - A Boggle and Jenga Hybrid

     ...also very much like Boggle: letters do not have to be in the perfect order, so long as they touch.    It's a neat concept, but how well does it actually work? [caption id="" align="alignright" widt...

Gamer Challenge for the week of March 12th

     ...e in the App Store, Boggle is either free or 99 cents and Scrabble is $1.99. P.S. While searching for pricing I found an interesting app for iPhones/iPods that only works if you have an iPad. Basic...

Boggle is a timed word game in which players have 3 minutes to find as many connected words as possible from the face up letters resting in a 16 cube grid. When the timer runs out, players compare their lists of words and remove any words found by multiple players. Points are then awarded for remaining words, depending on how many letters are in the word. (In the original Boggle, all words must contain 3 or more letters to score points.) An example grid given in the French Canadian rules (of Deluxe Boggle) holds an amazing 459 words! A number of variants have been produced by Parker Brothers over time, including Big Boggle (which uses a 5&times;5 grid of letters and forces players to search for longer words). Boggle is a word dice game.