CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Scrabble Me by Winning Moves
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- Build and control your own board with real Scrabble play.
- When the tiles run out, the game ends.
- Players must swap boards with an opponent.
- The player with the highest score wins!
- Ages 8 and up
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PROS: The fact that everyone can see which tiles everyone picks, and that everyone picks tiles at the same time, really adds to the strategy aspect of the game. (ONe can now choose which tiles one wants and hope that others don't get to those tiles first.) Also, the fact that each person is playing on their own board means that each person is no longer dependent on other people's words for bridges. ("If I play this word and choose this tile, I can build this word on my next turn.")
All of these changes make this new Scrabble Me Edition a much more strategic game that is less up to chance than the original Scrabble.
CONS: This game is much choppier than the original Scrabble. Rather than turn-taking (where one person creates a word, draws tiles, and then the other person...), Scrabble Me Edition has everyone taking their turn at the same time, and then choosing tiles at the same time. This leads to a choppy feel of everyone creating words for a few minutes, and then everyone drawing tiles for a few minutes.
Also, while it is interesting to have each person build on their own board, the downside to this is that the game lacks the "connective" feeling of Scrabble, where everyone builds on a communal board. In a way, it feels similar to everyone playing a seperate game of solitaire, but competing against eachother.Read more ›
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Fun new version (for us) of our favorite game. We enjoyed the old version and this is just as fun.Published on April 4, 2013 by Choose Wisely
I've always been a big fan of scrabble and had to try this new version. I really liked this, it gave you a little more control over the game but the switching boards when a wild... Read morePublished on April 21, 2011 by E. Kennedy