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Scrabble Original Board Game £12.49 @ Smyths Toys (Free Click & Collect)
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Scrabble Original Board Game £12.49 @ Smyths Toys (Free Click & Collect)

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Posted 17th Feb

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Free click & collect from your local Smyth's store. Plenty of stock at time of posting.

Scrabble is the world's most popular word game! Players attempt to build interlocking words – crossword fashion – on the Scrabble brand crossword game playing board, using letter tiles with various score values. The object of the game is to get the highest score. Each player competes by using their tiles in combinations and locations that take best advantage of letter values and premium squares on the board.

Features
  • For two to four players
  • Board Dimensions: 35.56L x 35.56W x 4.4H cm
  • Contents: A Scrabble Original Game
  • Batteries Not Required

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What is the highest score you can make with the current game state, and the letters WISMCY?
What's really odd is all the racks have 6 tiles on them but in Scrabble you're supposed to take 7 tiles from the bag and replenish your rack up to 7 when you place a word down. How very weird.
Hgbnk_Bggj17/02/2020 16:50

What is the highest score you can make with the current game state, and …What is the highest score you can make with the current game state, and the letters WISMCY?


SWIM, going down off of create to form
CREATES (9 points)
SWIM (18 points)
Total 27 points

Might be better to be had, but that was my first spot
is this the same as the ones sold on fleebay for around £7 ?
Hgbnk_Bggj17/02/2020 16:50

What is the highest score you can make with the current game state, and …What is the highest score you can make with the current game state, and the letters WISMCY?


cwms is the first useful word that springs to mind I'm not immediately certain where to place it.

miscreate is useful too
Edited by: "Erudite" 18th Feb
flamethrower18/02/2020 00:06

is this the same as the ones sold on fleebay for around £7 ?



As a boardgamer I'm usually all for more boardgame sales but for things like Scrabble I feel there must be more than enough sets around that I have to say yes look in charity shops, on eBay, ask around family/friends/colleagues (someone bound to have an old copy you can have for now) etc.
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