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- Take a bite out of this juicy game
- Think fast, or your words will get swiped before you can say, "SCRABBLE Apple."
- It's a very apeeling way to polish up your word-forming skills
- Delicious, bite-sized word-forming fun
- Includes cloth apple, 100 letter tiles and instructions
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Take a bite out of this juicy game. Flip over the tiles one at a time. The first player to make a new word, or build off an opponent's word, gets the word and the points. Red letters double your word score. Think fast or your words will get swiped before you can say, "Scrabble Apple." To win, have the most points when the tiles are gone. It's a very apeeling way to polish up your word-forming skills. It's for 2 to 4 players.
- Product Dimensions: 4 (L) x 4 (W) x 5.5 (H)
- Age: 8 years and up
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Top Customer Reviews
the game for you. You don't take turns -- any player can call out a word they
see at any time, and other players words can be stolen if you can take one
of their words and add available letters to create a new word. This really
speeds up the game and makes it more exciting.
This was a gift to my eight year old daughter. She has always been a good
speller, but this game has helped build her vocabulary and spelling ability.
I have found that she is faster than I am at getting words. The only reason
I win more often than she does is because I know more words. In a few years
it will be a struggle for me to win when playing her.
One minor drawback: With the letters turned upside down, the yellow plastic
is thin enough that you can tell which ones are red before turning them
over. I recommend leaving the tiles in the cloth apple sack and reaching
in without looking to draw new tiles instead of turning them upside down
on the table.
I recommend Scrabble Apple for children and adults. My family enjoys it.
As an adult that enjoys thinking games, this one is good. Not so great for beach play on a breezy day, as the tiles are light. I've adapted it to play solo too. Great alternative to Bananagrams.
My family-who loves to play games-only played this for ten minutes before we rejected it in favor of Banagrams. In fact, we actually argued over the rules before deciding that it was a game that should be placed to the side.
If you are looking for a fun word game-buy Banagrams!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love word games. I used this with my grandchildren and reading students. I find it very helpful and fun.Published 21 months ago by Bruce Konya
this is a fun game to play if you are traveling or playing with your grand children . it is very easy to use....Published on February 10, 2013 by technician
The game was brand new as stated and I received it very promptly. It is a fun game if you like scrabble.Published on December 23, 2012 by gabby
I am a speech therapist and use this game for my patients who have word-finding difficulty and they love it!Published on December 22, 2012 by hrslvr54
I love Scrabble Apple. The tiles are a little small, but that's what makes it easy to take along or to leave on the kitchen table. It doesn't take up a lot of space. Read morePublished on October 7, 2012 by Debbie G
I received the item very promptly. It was priced well and the quality was great. It is a fun and educational game for all ages!Published on March 21, 2012 by lesleyb
This is a great game for travel and for at home. We took it with us on a recent trip to New York City. Read morePublished on January 18, 2011 by stephG