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Play on Words


While the spelling game Scrabble resides in the National Toy Hall of Fame, countless similar spelling games preceeded the development of Scrabble, and countless other spelling games, different from Scrabble, are still produced. Winning Moves' 2008 game Play on Words is a contemporary travel version of an anagram-based game. Players shake the letter dice and form words, within a specific amount of time. Each word counts for points.

  • Manufacturer: Winning Moves, Inc.
  • Material: plastic
  • Origin: China
  • Style: word
  • Object ID: 113.2638
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