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Nab-It is a world-building board game that challenges your creative thinking. Link your colored tiles together to create words crossword style to earn points - and steal words from your opponents by stacking your tiles on top of theirs. Suspend builds as the letter stacks get higher and control shifts from player to player. If you've got the most words showing when all the tiles have been used, you win! With its colorful files, simple scoring, and unpredictable play, Nab-It is an exciting family game that anyone can play and win - and it just might become your new favorite game.
Getting the most words gives you the "last word" in this fun family game! Link your colored tiles to create words crossword-style and then steal words from your opponents by stacking your tiles on top of theirs. When all the tiles have been used, count up the words showing--if you've got the most, you win!
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Hard to stack and the scoring part is a bit strange. If you just pretend it's like playing speed Scrabble with an opponent, it is fine. Read morePublished 7 months ago by J. Spencer
Great value for a top game. The tiles come in tasteful velvet-type bags, very easy for travelling. Really really fun!Published 10 months ago by Gaby Shaw
I used this in my ESL classes for ages 7 to 13 and my kids loved it. I even used it with one of my 5-year-old students, letting him put the pieces together and asking what the... Read morePublished 11 months ago by L. Smith
Excellent value for a really good family game! We paid $10. It is so much fun. Great gift for people too. Inside the box are 4 very plush 'velvet' bags containing the letters. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Gaby
bought it for one of my granddaughters and have played with her. fun game. recommend to other grandparents for a giftPublished 19 months ago by judy lemmo
I saw this game in a retail store here in Minneapolis, but by the time I decided to buy it, the store was sold out. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Carol M. Liege