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Scrabble: The Classic Word Game Review

I received a free product from Hasbro in exchange for a review. All opinions expressed herein are my own.


Word games are popular in my family. I don’t remember why I started playing Scrabble. I have loved word games for as long as I can remember. It’s almost hard to believe Scrabble has been around for over 60 years! What makes scrabble so universal is that it is appropriate for anyone who can spell. Children can play and work on their vocabulary, and adults can challenge each other to see who knows the strangest words that get the most points by using the Q, X, Y, Z, and the other rare tiles. I think I have learned more about the English language from playing Scrabble with my younger brother. I’m always pulling out the dictionary!

Scrabble Word Game

The classic game has a new addition: Power Tiles! I know what you are thinking. What are Power Tiles? At first I thought they were new spaces on the board. But they are new colored tiles that you can play to add more skill and strategy to your game. Of course, you can choose to play the classic way without the new tiles. I think any Scrabble player would love these new tiles, because you can block play on a word to save the coveted Triple Word Score for yourself!



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Sue Hull

Tuesday 18th of March 2014

I like playing but haven't played in a few years. When my daughter moved out I didn't have anybody to play games with anymore. Now that my niece is 10 and loves to play games I enjoy playing with her. Thank you :)


Sunday 16th of March 2014

I enjoy playing scrabble. I think the games usually take about an hour or more. I use to play with my family when I had this board game. I no longer have one, due to the moves and just getting married, starting our own board game collection! Thanks

Jodie Rector

Sunday 16th of March 2014

I wish I could remember the word but the score was 98 pts! Love playing!

rochelle haynes

Saturday 15th of March 2014


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