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  • The fast-paced word game where anything can happen. Fast-playing, card-slapping word-changing fun
  • Scrabble Slam is a high-speed four letter word game, race against each other to change the existing word and get rid of your cards
  • Game could become fame and fame could become fate you never know where it will go with Scrabble Slam
  • Play this game with your family and friends.
  • Vacation fun or perfect stocking stuffers. Either way you win.
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  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 3.6 x 5.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B001FVPS0K
  • Item model number: 5890
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,720 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (207 customer reviews)
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Scrabble Slam Cards

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The fast-paced word game where anything can happen. Scrabble Slam is a high-speed four letter word game. Race against each other to change the existing word and get rid of your cards. Game could become fame and fame could become fate, you never know where it will go with scrabble slam. Play this game with your family and friends.

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Customer Reviews

The game plays very quickly, clocking in at 20 minutes or less.
Ethan D Van Vorst
It's a great game for kids learning to spell and to challenge their word skills.
M. T. Phelan
Take turns changing the 4 letter word, 1 letter at a time, pass if you can't.
Alshain

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165 of 169 people found the following review helpful By M. T. Phelan on April 13, 2009
The previous reviewer summed up the game well. However, it's important to note that the game is played by all players SIMULTANEOUSLY - which does get the pace picked up quite a bit. You have to be pretty quick in "slamming" a card down to create your new word while the other players are all trying to do the same thing. Thus the four-letter word is ever-changing. I saw the commercial for this game on TV and being from a family that loves games about to head out on a family vacation, went to Target where I saw it for about $5. We played it with four adults, three adults and two adults and during each of those scenarios, had a blast. It was fun trying to stump each other with rare four-letter words. My mom has recommended it to several of her friends who have grandchildren. It's a great game for kids learning to spell and to challenge their word skills. Warning: After several rounds of this game, you'll find yourself on the lookout for four-letter words all the time!
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105 of 107 people found the following review helpful By Ethan D Van Vorst on April 11, 2009
I very rarely play card games outside of Rummy and the occasional game of Poker. However, one Sunday morning I noticed a coupon in the USA Today insert which advertised a buy one get one free offer for Hasbro/Parker Brother's new card games. I picked up "Monopoly Deal" and this game, "Scrabble Slam".

As card games go this one is pretty simple. A four letter word is laid out on the table (CHUM, LUMP, GATE, etc) and the remaining cards are dealt out to each player. Not all letters are present in the "deck" of 55 cards. There are no Q's and no X's, although there are couple of Z's and several Blanks (which can assume the form of whatever letter you want them to take, just like the Scrabble board game). Each card has two letters on it, one on the front and one on the back, and this allows the player a lot of flexibility to change words that are on the board.

Each player then takes it in turn to lay down a single card anywhere on the 4 letter word. For instance, player 1 may spell GRIM and player two lays down a P to make it GRIP. Player 1 may respond with a T making it TRIP. As the game progresses it can become somewhat challenging to make words out and needless to say that you'll want to get rid of the harder letters as soon as possible (Z, J, K, etc.) because if that's all you have left at the end of the game you're going to be in a world of hurt. The person with the fewest cards at the end of the game wins. If one wants to up the difficulty a bit simply up the number of letters in the word. Just making it 5 letters long had a noticeable effect and made it much more challenging.

I rate this game at 3 1/2 stars. It's not really a great game but I've certainly played worse. It passes the time, which is what it was designed to do, and does so well enough.
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63 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Jimmy B. on April 17, 2009
I have no idea why the Amazon price is so out of line with reality on this product. I bought this game at Target for less than $5.00.

It is fun to play and stimulates your brain somewhat, but not to the extent of the original Scrabble game. You can modify the rules and play it with younger players (we play it with our four year old).

Amazon also lists a bunch of choking hazard warnings with this product. Unless your kid can swallow a playing card there is no choking hazard that I can find.

It is worth $5.00 but not $16.00.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Wendy L. Windrich on October 25, 2009
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I have an 8 year old, 10 year old, and 17 year old at home. My husband and I play this game with all three kids and we have so much fun we end up rolling on the floor laughing! This game gets unbelievably fast! People start screaming and slamming letters and yelling words! My 8 year old daughter has a hard time keeping up with my teenage son plays but she still loves it and laughs the whole time! We keep the iphone handy so we can look up words on [...] when we get in a spot where nothing seems to work. Most of the time that doesn't happen, unless my teenage son picks a word.. like aged. Anyway.. we love this game and highly recommend it! We are going to see if it works to put two decks together and double the people (10) at Christmas time. Will be interesting to see how crazy it gets with my grown daughters and my son-in-laws. As far as educational value, I've even learned words. If you get in a bind you end up making up a work and half the time, it's a real word and i read the definition aloud so everyone knows it for the rest of the game. You MUST get this game!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By W. Richman on January 3, 2010
We picked up "Quiddler" at Toys'b'Us a couple of years ago, and _still_ really enjoy playing it. I had been on the lookout for other games like it, so when I saw "Scrabble Slam!!!!!" just before xmas, I picked it up as a "stocking stuffer". Sadly, although the three of us (30-to-40-somethings) enjoy Scrabble, and love Quiddler, this one was a bust. It's a little too easy to come up with valid words with only 4 letters, and we all kept changing words so fast that it became more of a contest to see who could slap their card down first. Having the letters printed on the back of the cards is also kind of annoying, because all the other players can see what you're holding. It _might_ be fun for people who aren't as quick to think of words, or for kids who are still learning words. For three adults with IQ's well above average, it really didn't offer much. If you're looking at this and you really like Scrabble, I'd recommend you try Quiddler first. Despite having the same name, "Scrabble Slam" is less like Scrabble than Quiddler is.

P.S. - "Tag Suggestions" for this included "Julie Andrews" and "domestic violence." WTH?!?
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