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Angry Augury
Japan
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8
Nov 2012
I use this is my English classes a lot. It's a fun game even with the lower level groups.
2013-01-23
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(ʇllıʍ)
United States
Spokane Valley
Washington
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7
Jun 2009*
Similar to Bananagrams, but more confrontational. The tiles are not as nice.
2009-06-24
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Larry Kruger
United States
West Allis
Wisconsin
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7
Jan 2010*
Interesting mechanic of stealing words by adding additional letters to them; however, this requires similarly skilled players when playing.
2009-10-04
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Bryon DeLaBarre
United States
Cincinnati
Ohio
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The top ones are: Goa, Defenders of the Realm, Pillars of the Earth, Notre Dame, Princes of Florence, & Cowboys
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ya, ya, I have an Expansion problem
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7
Nov 2011
Good word game with nice interaction between players. Keeps everyone engaged during other people's turns.
2011-11-11
Owned
Victor Frandsen
United States
San Jose
California
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6.5
Jul 2010
fun and challenging. really frustrating though when all the players aren't at the same level. that person who is really quick at forming words is going to dominate this game.
2010-12-10
JonnyRotten
United States
Montpelier
Ohio
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6
Apr 2009*
We like to call this Scapple. I think its fun, I want to get Bananagrams so I can have wacky fruit salad themed game days.
Or throw in slamwich for a picnic!
2009-07-31
Owned
Corey Butler
United States
Marshall
Minnesota
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6
Aug 2009*
More confrontational, cheaper components, and generally not as good as Bananagrams, but it's inexpensive and the little apple bag is kind of cute.
2009-08-06
Bill Blakslee
United States
Parker
Colorado
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6
Dec 2009*
Similar to the game Snatch, only the point scoring is different. In this game, the points are based on Scrabble values, and you also have the opportunity for double and quadruple word scores, by having red backed letters.
2009-12-01
Owned
Adrian Montoya
United States
Austin
Texas
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"LET'S PLAY BOARDGAMES!"
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The pen is mightier than the sword, and considerably easier to write with.
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5.5
May 2011
I scoffed at the idea of Bananagrams when it came out, but later saw this and got it on a whim thinking "Scrabble" and "Bananagrams" should be ok, well it's only ok and now I realize inferior to the Bananagram line of games, oh well...traded
2012-08-24
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Chad Steward
United States
Kent
WA - Washington
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5.5
Apr 2014
Placeholder Value. Mostly bought to make a fruit basket with board games.
2014-03-16
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Monika
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5
Mar 2009*
Cheap plastic tiles compared to Bananagrams. However, this is an advantage when weight is an issue.
2009-03-31
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David Turner
United States
Dallas
Texas
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4
Feb 2011
I have played much worse word games. Cheap tiles.
Scrabble players will destroy normal people at this game. I hate that damn dictionary.
2009-04-06
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Bill Hartman
United States
Bishopville
Maryland
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4
Jun 2012
Should have bought Bananagrams instead. Tiles are cheap, can see through them. Game isn't like Bananagrams or even Scrabble for that mater.
2012-06-18
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Just Lucky
United Kingdom
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Jun 2014
Just plain stupid variant on scrabble. Okay to play with kids as you can let them win.
2014-06-11
Owned
Jerry Wilkinson
United States
New Castle
Indiana
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When asking "What would Jesus do?", remember that flipping over tables and using a whip are within the realm of possibilities.
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3
Mar 2012
Poor quality components and poor quality game.
2012-05-27
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3
Mar 2011
Anagrams (more or less) with poorly produced tiles. Play this with Scrabble tiles, if at all.
2010-11-20
Robert Williams
United States
New Hampshire
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Nov 2009*
Tiles are translucent, poor design.
2009-11-22
Owned
David Me
United States
Bowling Green
Kentucky
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Looks like a simple variation of Anagrams.
2009-03-10
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Daniel Woznick
United States
Michigan
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Complete
2013-06-05
Owned
Morgan Dontanville
United States
Charlottesville
Virginia
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Plate of Shrimp.
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Here we are folks, the dream we all dream of.
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This just looks like Bananagram envy to me...
2009-06-10
Alfonzo Smith
United States
Hawthorne
California
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Anagrams with some minor variations: Scrabble set of letters and values, everyone revelas a tile simultaneously, certain letters are premium tiles that double the value of the word. I'll stick with standard Anagrams, thank you.
2009-10-09
Edwin Priest
United States
Inverness
Illinois
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2010-04-23
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Julian Delphiki
United States
Pocatello
Idaho
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Gift from the family.
2011-05-22
Owned
A Board Game Family
United States
Maryland
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2012-01-02
Owned
I like pretty dice
Canada
Saskatoon
Saskatchewan
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My quest to own all the word games packaged in fruit shapes continues...
2012-05-04
Owned

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