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Wordplay Game

Wordplay

Game Rules / How To Play / Instructions



2+

13+

30 MIN

$25

ABOUT THIS GAME

Wordplay is a fast-paced, challenging game that allows everyone to join in. At beginning of each round you're given two letters, the letter the word should start with and a letter that needs to be somewhere in the word. Categories are given to make Wordplay an even trickier game. Think this should be easy? Think again.

Wordplay CardThere are several ways to score points, the more points you score, the more spaces you'll move on the board. Every round the letters and category are different, so you'll have a whole new challenge to face. Wordplay is full of possible combination's that will have you searching your vocabulary. Play Wordplay at your next family party.

WHAT'S INCLUDED

  • The Game Of Wordplay Comes With The Game Board
  • The Spinner
  • Wordplay Score Pads
  • A Game Timer
  • Game Pieces
  • Pencils
  • The Wordplay Game Rules And Instructions

HOW TO WIN

The object of Wordplay is to come up with words in the bonus category that begin with the first letter and contain the other letter. The person with the most points at the end of the game wins.

HOW TO PLAY

Please keep in mind that the official Wordplay rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions that came in the original packaging.

COMMENTS / QUESTIONS

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Human Question:
Which game starts with the same letter as Mancala?

Chess, Uno, Monopoly, Ticket To Ride, Rummycube, Battleship


 
Mary says:
12-28-2016

We have been playing this game since Christmas. Very enjoyable! Are hyphenated words acceptable, such as mother-in-law? Are two name places acceptable, such as South America? Thanks! Mary
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