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Word Games

This library currently consists of 70 Word games out of 2832 total games.

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AdLib


Minimum Number of Players: 2

Maximum Number of Players: 2
Audience: Family Friendly
Genre: Word Game

Description:
Unlike Spill and Spell, this game is extremely similar to Scrabble, differing in only one small regard. The game concept is that the point values are on the board instead of the letter tiles. This supposedly permits a more liberal use of the letters and helps develop full word power and effective s...


Amuse Amaze


Minimum Number of Players: 2

Maximum Number of Players: 6
Audience: Family Friendly
Genre: Word Game

No additional info found for "Amuse Amaze".

Bamboozle


Minimum Number of Players: 4

Maximum Number of Players: 99
Audience: Family Friendly
Genre: Word Game

Description:
Comes with a gadget that serves as both a letter cube randomizer and a two-sided timer. One team creates a list of five words from the letters showing on the letter cubes. The other team must guess those words in the same amount of time or less as the first team used to compile the list.


Bananagrams


Minimum Number of Players: 1

Maximum Number of Players: 8
Audience: Family Friendly
Genre: Word Game

Description:
A Scrabble-like game without the board -- much like Pick Two!, but without the letter values. Using a selection of 144 plastic letter tiles in the English edition, each player works independently to create their own 'crossword'. When a player uses up all their letters, all players take a new tile f...


Bananagrams Party


Minimum Number of Players: 2

Maximum Number of Players: 8
Audience: Family Friendly
Genre: Word Game

Description:
Bananagrams is a Scrabble-like game without the board that's much like Pick Two!, but without the letter values. In the basic game, using a selection of 144 plastic letter tiles, each player works independently to create their own "crossword". When a player has incorporated all of...


Boggle


Minimum Number of Players: 2

Maximum Number of Players: 99
Audience: Family Friendly
Genre: Word Game

Description:
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 rema...


Boggle Deluxe


Minimum Number of Players: 2

Maximum Number of Players: 99
Audience: Family Friendly
Genre: Word Game

Description:
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 rema...


Boggle Jr


Minimum Number of Players: 1

Maximum Number of Players: 99
Audience: Kids
Genre: Word Game

No additional info found for "Boggle Jr".

Chain Letters


Minimum Number of Players: 2

Maximum Number of Players: 10
Audience: Family Friendly
Genre: Word Game

Description:
Chain Letters is a game similar to Barrel of Monkeys that's played with a number of letter tokens. Each token has hooks that can be used to link them to the other tokens. The letters are placed in a pile on the table. The players simultaneously attempt to create words by making chains of the letter...


Consequential


Minimum Number of Players: 2

Maximum Number of Players: 24
Audience: Family Friendly
Genre: Word Game

Description:
Teams compete to reach the winning square first. On a turn, a team is given a card with five words on it. They roll dice to determine their sequence of letters (e.g. B-J). Then the timer starts. The team's active clue-giver must use single word clues, in sequence, to get his or her teammates to ...