Super Big Boggle
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- Includes double letter cube
- Includes 6X6 play grid
- Includes 4 minute sand timer and instructions
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A super-sized 6x6 grid including the NEW double letter cube and NEW blank cube! Thirty-six letter cubes and a 4-minutes timer provide a fresh challenge with every game!.
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Super Big Boggle has a super sized grid including the new double letter cube and new blank cube. Includes 36 letter cubes and a 4 minute timer provide a fresh challenge with every game. The biggest boggle game ever. Contains 36 letter cubes, stylish cube grid and dome, 4 minute sand timer and instructions.
Super Big Boggle 2+ players, ages 8+, 15-30 minutes By Winning Moves
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I had no problems with the seller or the item. It arrived quickly.
As with all versions of Boggle, the first order of business is to replace the sand timer with an inexpensive electronic timer that makes noise at the end of the interval. The least expensive timers with a single countdown and a maximum duration of 99 minutes are more than adequate. In my neighborhood there's a "nothing more than a dollar" store that has a timer that works like a charm for Boggle. The battery lasts a couple of years, then it's time for a new one.
You can be creative with the blank cube. I've seen other reviewers say they use it to represent any needed letter. I've experimented with using it literally as a blank, to separate two (related) words. You can decide whether both words must be at least four letters, or if you will accept a three-letter word. You can also decide how related the words must be. I would reject a combination like "black inch" as being unrelated words, but "black bear" would be a wonderful 10 letter "word". Finding two such words rarely happens, but looking for them focuses attention on the novelty of the blank cube.