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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
For the FUN of words
Quiddler is a delightful challenge for rookies and wordsmiths alike. There are two bonuses each round: one for the longest word and one for the most words! The object is to arrange all the cards in your hand into one or more words. There are 8 rounds per game. Start with 3 cards in the first round, 4 cards in the second round, on up to 10 cards in the last round. Players draw and discard until someone forms their entire hand into words using two or more cards per word. Once a player goes out, everyone else gets one last chance to draw and put down the words they have made. Quiddler is called ‘The SHORT Word Game’ because readers of all ages can play and win with short words like ‘at’, ‘is’ and ‘the’. You can even use a dictionary when it’s not your turn. Try to use your high point letters, but don’t get caught with them in your hand!Fun and Educational!
Playing Quiddler is so much fun that you won’t notice you’re learning! Quiddler sharpens spelling skills and increases vocabulary and critical thinking skills. The dictionary becomes your friend in this game! You will use it when challenging a word of another player and more importantly, when it is not your turn, you will use it to look up words.Game Facts
The rules are brutal, but the rewards are worth it in this card game that works a bit like Scrabble. Although there is a solitary version of the game for one player, you can play with up to eight. Cards containing letters of the alphabet and special combinations of letters are dealt in increasing number each time the dealer completes a round. Once you've collected your share, you can discard and pick up a new card with each turn. The object is to turn all the letters in your possession into dictionary-proof words while leaving one stray card as a final discard. You want to be the first to accomplish the goal, of course, but there is a scoring system that makes the play competitive for everyone. One nice element is the cards themselves: the letter design is based on beautiful artwork from Celtic manuscripts. This card game is a 1999 Parents' Choice Silver Award winner. --Tom KeoghSee all Product Description
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This game is popular with my family and my friends. It takes less time per player's turn than Scrabble. Younger folks like that. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Leter Windstorm
This is my fifth Quiddler. We wear the cards out with use. I am 86, and hubby 90, and we love the gamePublished 4 days ago by Jean A Salisbury
Relative to the number of cards it came with, the box was huge and had a lot of wasted space. Not sure what the reason is for designing it that way, but the game is really fun!Published 5 days ago by David Power
Had never heard of this game but was looking for some games to play while camping. This game is so much fun and challenging at the same time. My new favorite game!!Published 7 days ago by Amazon Junkie
A+ Amazon Seller! Highly Recommend! An Asset to Amazon! Great Products!Published 9 days ago by Linda Gray