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Appletters: Spelling and Word Tile Game By Bananagrams
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- Create longer and longer word chains to win
- An educational game to improve spelling and vocabulary
- Originally designed as a kids game but fun for adults too
- Great for fans of Scrabble and Bananagrams
- For 2 to 8 players
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An Apple a day for us all to play. Create a continuous word snake by adding your word to the head or tail. Orginally designed with younger players in mind, APPLETTERS features three levels of play to amuse children and challenge adults. The free-standing tiles are easy to handle and can be used to play three different games.
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Banana & Apple tiles are square. They are just under 2 cm on all four sides - 1.8 or 1.9 cm, hard to say. BUT: Apple tiles are thicker than Banana tiles, making them easier to pick up. This might be important for small children and for people with arthritis in their fingers.
The Banana tiles are cream color with black letters. The Apple tiles are very white with red letters.
The lettering on the Apple & Banana tiles are both easy to read. However, the lettering on the Apple tiles is much thicker (wider, more ink) making the letters APPEAR larger and easier to read for someone with poor vision.
The Banana letters are a plain, straightforward basic font. The Apple letters are a fancier font. The Apple tiles, with the apple red ink on white tiles, and fancier font, are very pretty to look at.
The Pear tiles are thin like the Banana tiles, maybe even a hair thinner. But the Pear tiles are longer and wider than the Apple and Banana tiles, making them easy to pick up. They are rectangles, 2.7 cm tall and 2.4 cm wide. They are cream colored with black letters. The letters are a basic (non fancy) font, but they are wide (thick) letters. The Pear letters are larger than either of the other two, and thus VERY easy to see.
Apple letters are solid red. Banana letters are solid black, though the lines are narrower than Apple. Pear letters are all outlined in black but have have four styles (4 different "fill" inside the outlines) -(1) filled in with solid black, (2) black horizontal lines across the letters, (3) tiny black dots filling in the letters, and (4) black outline with nothing filled in - just the letters outlined, no fill.
The APPLE game has 110 tiles: 1 each of J, K, Q, V, W, X, Z. 2 each of B, C, F, G. 3 each of H, M, U, Y. 4 each of D, P. 5 L. 7 N. 8 each of O, R, S, T. 9 I, 10 A, 12 E.
The BANANA Game has 144 letter tiles. (Certain Banana games also have 5 "WILD" tiles.) 144 letter tiles: 2 each of J, K, Q, X and Z.
3 each of B, C, F, H, M, P, V, W, and Y. 4 G. 5 L. 6 each of D, S and U. 8 N. 9 each of R and T. 11 O. 12 I. 13 A. 18 E.
The PEAR Game has 104 tiles: the entire alphabet in each of the four styles explained above.
The game rules are different for each game. But in this review I just wanted to explain the differences in the tiles.
I hope this was helpful to you.
I bought this along with bananagrams & pairs in pears. All of them are excellent word games, I highly recommend them for anyone of any age who enjoys a good game. The pouches are cool, you could easily travel with it.