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Bring strong words to the card table! It's a card game and a word game in one! The deck is made up of 132 cards in three different suits. You're dealt ten and must make up the highest scoring word possible-- but you must use letters of the same suit only. Wild cards, opportunities to build on other players' words and more provide unexpected twists and turns for a game of cards like no other! Complete rules (including instructions for a solitaire version) are included. For 1 to 8 players. A 2002 Parents' Choice Approved Award Winner, and received the 2002 National Parenting Center Seal of Approval.
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We have had lots of fun playing. A fun game for the whole family. Hard to find in stores, but worth looking for online.Published 18 months ago by Valarie Bruce
Great product for word building. I've never played but our tutor uses this card game as part of her ciriculum and my daughter loves it.Published on July 28, 2012 by Maria E. Merlin
This is my family's favorite game. We have had so much fun playing it many Sunday afternoons. It's both fun and educational and can be played by young and old alike. Read morePublished on July 31, 2011 by J. Allen
This is a great game for teachers to have in the classrooms or families to take on a road trip. Anyone who can spell 3 letter words or better can play this game. Read morePublished on January 19, 2011 by Penny
Triversity is one of the best card games. It is a super game to learn new words and understand the meaning of words (if your opponent explains the meaning - we do during our... Read morePublished on September 17, 2009 by Always Thinking