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- Best Selling Word Game of All Time
- Ages 8 and Up
- 2-4 Players
- History Booklet
- Larger game board, extra spaces.
- Twice the tiles in an all new letter distribution
- Drawstring letter storage bag for wooden tiles
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The one big drawback here is that this game doesn't come as a deluxe version with grid lines and a spinning lazy-susan base. You nudge the board and it's likely the letters will move. The deluxe version (of the original game) is far more user friendly - if you nudge the board the letters don't get all scrambled and those with bad eyesight can easily spin the board in their direction so they can see better.
Still, I highly recommend this game. And to the game makers: Please make a deluxe version!
I've only played twice so far, but I can see the strategy is VERY different with the bigger board and the extra Ss. The game goes a little faster than you'd think (all the 7-letter words eat up the tiles fast, so the game take less than twice as many moves to complete as regular scrabble).
Keep a regular dictionary close by, as well as the standard Scrabble dictionary. Because of the different letter distribution, there are words possible in Super Scrabble that aren't possible with regular Scrabble. You still keep the same number of tiles (7) on your rack, so you won't really be playing longer words. It takes a little mental rearrangement to get used to looking for the new bonus squares, and a little effort not to overlook the old triple standbys.
The board is spacious enough that it's easier to play long words deep into the game. The bigger board could be a little bit of a pain to twist around if you don't like to look at it upside down - we've been putting it on the lazy-susan on our kitchen table, and that has worked out just fine. But be warned, the bigger board is also easier to bump into, which skews the letters around - the surface seems to be a little slicker than our regular Scrabble board.
The games do last a lot longer - if we start a game in the evening, we almost always have to finish it the next day. So far, it's been easy to more than double our normal Scrabble scores. Highly recommended if you're a Scrabble-addict or just like word-intensive games.
The manufacturer simply added a border to the existing Scrabble game board. The new higher point squares are all near the periphery so it takes some game time to be able to use them. The board itself is flimsy and too large to comfortably swivel as each player takes their turn. It would be better to have it on a turning pedestal similar to the Deluxe edition. There are many more tiles on this board. It would have been nice to have the tile pockets on the board to hold them all in place - again like the Deluxe edition.
The score pad is too short for the length of this game and the increased number of tiles should be in a larger bag as the same size bag makes it harder to pass and mix. We tried giving each player nine, instead of the standard seven, tiles but the tile holder is too short for this to be comfortable.
In short, we do not recommend this new version. It compares unfavorably to the Deluxe Scrabble edition.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Enjoyed longer game. Didnt expect it to have wooden tiles...its quite heavy.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
Flimsy cardboard playing board, permanently warped. No indentation for tiles, so if turned between players, the tiles slide off. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Robin B. Branch
Love Scrabble - this one is the best! Using 9 tile you can make even greater words.Published 3 months ago by S Mann
In general the game is ok and fun to play but, the letter tiles are very cheaply made. Some or the letters are not centered and some of letter scores are almost off the tile.Published 4 months ago by Dewey A. Ramsburg