CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
POGO Scrabble Touch Screen
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- Play your favorite crossword game anywhere you go! Scrabble Pocket Pogo features touch-screen action
- The sleek and compact design of the Scrabble Touch Screen Pocket Pogo Game means that you can play the game anywhere and everywhere you go
- Slide out the stylus and play 4 different games on each of these Ultra handheld platforms
- Earn badges and coins offline, and then redeem them later online. Proudly display your trophy badges on your profile
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Play your favorite crossword game anywhere you go! Scrabble Pocket Pogo features touch-screen action. Try your hand at Classic Scrabble, Scrabble Blast, Scrabble Max, and Scrabble Express. With four ways to play, you'll never get bored! 30 days of play at Pogo.com included!
Top Customer Reviews
The packaging was destroyed before I realized how bad the situation was, so I was unable to return it. Thus I lost my money because the product is useless.
Not a happy camper in New York.
It wouldn't accept a word like "turd" from me, but the computer comes up with the most obscure assortment of words I've ever come up against -- thereby totally debunking the claim in the instructions that the computer plays to the word level that the player has determined -- NOT. In the table game, I've pulled my share of 3 "E's" or 2 "U's" -- sometimes in one turn. But I'm often given the following kind of runs: Had 3 "E's", used 1 in my first turn, got 1 in the letters given, used no E's in my second turn, got 2, in my third turn got 1, used 1 of the 5 I then had, got 1 more. By my sixth turn I was looking at 5 "E's" and 2 "I's"! And that kind of experience is not uncommon! I could go on, but my final complaint is that if you want to pass, you get stuck w/the letters you can't do anything with -- no option to take 7 new letters.
Even tho' it's more cumbersome, I'm back to toting my more cumbersome, but much more satisfactory handheld Express. I'd give the Pogo version to the Salvation Army, but I don't want anyone else to be as dissatisfied w/this loser as I am.