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Hasbro Gaming

Scrabble Game

4.5
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Description

  • Classic Scrabble game has the letter tiles and game guide for a wordy showdown
  • Store the tiles In the drawstring bag
  • Every letter counts in Scrabble
  • Includes 1 game board, 100 wooden letter tiles, 4 tile racks, 1 drawstring letter bag and game guide
  • Includes 1 gameboard, 100 wooden letter tiles, 4 tile racks, 1 drawstring letter bag and game guide
  • Store the tiles In the drawstring bag
  • Classic Scrabble game has the letter tiles and game guide for a wordy showdown
  • Store the tiles in the drawstring bag
  • Every letter counts in Scrabble
  • Includes 1 gameboard, 100 wooden letter tiles, 4 tile racks, 1 drawstring letter bag and game guide

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Customer Reviews

Returned and bought the "deluxe" version. This board is ...Returned and bought the "deluxe" version. This board is flat and does not spin, so the tiles slide all around when moving it around (or someone has to read the board upside down). Pay the extra for the board with recessed game spaces, so the tiles don't move. The deluxe version also rotates on wheels. 1Excellent value, close enough to best classic setsI had a treasured old English Scrabble set (green box by Spears) with heavy smooth blocks & rounded edges, excellent thick quality board and plastic letter ledges I had been given by an old friend when I was a boy, and had kept in pristine condition. My ex kindly took it. So I researched, and was strongly considering buying the exact replacement, or the American version (red/burgundy). I elected to save my hard-earned dollars & buy the $14 model here. I couldn't be happier. Board is reasonable quality; wood letters are sunken & embossed; plastic shelves are reasonable quality. What's not to like at fourteen dollars over 60 bucks? 5Classic in Name OnlyI ordered this game to use at the monthly "Secret Headquarters Comics and Games for Everyone Off-Site Game Night" in Tallahassee. (Yeah, it's a long name, but now Brian, our Genial Host, owes me one!) Anyway, I brought Scrabble, mainly because I did not know how to play any of the other games.When we opened it up, I think we were all expecting the look and feel of the "classic" Scrabble of our childhoods. You know, heavy, smooth finished tiles and tile racks and a game board that felt like it could take years of carting around and gaming.This game is sort of a lightweight version. Everything is there, but it's just feels a bit small and less substantial . The tiles and racks have minimal finish on them, and the board is thinner.Now, as far as playing, this is a fine set. However, do not be expecting the original-feeling Scrabble game. I think if you want the truly "classic" set, you have to spend a little more.Why 4 Stars: The product lives up to its description (if not my nostalgic expectations). The price is right, and amazon delivered in a timely manner.Problem: This may be an isolated problem; however, one of the tile racks was missing. When I alerted amazon to this, as per its usual excellent customer service, it immediately arranged a replacement game to be sent to me. That's another reason for 4 stars--I love good customer service.BTW, I learned to play two new games last Friday: Flux and Ticket to Ride Europe. And by "learned," I mean that I lost my shirt. I will have to see if amazon carries these games, so I can catch up on some of this new-fangled stuff!UPDATE-24 hrs. later: The replacement Scrabble game has arrived, and all 4 tile racks are there! 4SPECS, AND COMPARING THIS GAME TO SCRABBLE PURCHASED OVER 40 YRS AGOI am comparing the Scrabble game by Hasbro Gaming in a bright red box with white "SCRABBLE" on front and pictures of lots of letter tiles that I purchased on July 13, 2019 ..... ANDa Scrabble game I purchased over 40 years ago that came in what I consider a purple box, some may call it dark burgundy or dark wine. My old game has gold lettering on the box, no pictures, and the box is kind of a textured cardboard, not smooth and glossy.COMPARISON:For anyone who just wants the main two differences without reading everything:1. The new game has a larger board, but the actual playing area of the board is almost the same.The new board has a wider strip down one side to say "SCRABBLE" and to tell you how many of each letter there are. It tells you this on both sides of the border, facing the player who sits on either side.2. The new game has lightweight red plastic racks to hold your letters. My old game has heavy duty wooden racks. Both WORK fine, but I prefer wood personally.If you want more exact specs and differences, as well as what HASN'T changed, read on:Old Board measures a tad over 14 1/4 x 14. The actual playing area is 12 1/4 x 11.New Board measures just shy of 15 1/2 x 14. The actual playing area is 12 1/2 x 11 1/4.Both boards fold in half. Mine is still in great condition. Hopefully new board will hold up as well.The backside of the old board is purple (or wine?). The back side of the new board is black.The instructions are printed inside the lid on the old game; on a nice brochure in the new game.The box for the old game measures 14 1/2 x 7 1/2 and is kind of textured heavy duty cardboard.The new game box measures 15 3/4 x 7 1/2 and is a lighter weight standard cardboard game box.The old game tells you only on one end of the board how many of each letter, so it is upside downand hard to see for the person sitting on the opposite side. The new board has it printed on both ends of the wide border, facing in the direction of the person sitting on either side, so it's easy to read for both.The Double Letter, Double Word, Triple Word colored squares on the board are the same on both.The letter tiles are the same size in both and definitely look and feel like wood to me, in both. There are 98 letters and 2 blanks in both games, and the same number of each letter in both games. (There are more of commonly used letters such as vowels, especially E and A, and N's and R's. And only one of letters like J, Q, X and Z, but the same number of each letter in both games.)The really big difference: the nice wooden racks in the old game vs. the cheap red plastic racks in the new game. Although I greatly prefer the wooden ones, I did not deduct a star for three reasons: 1, people who have never used the old game with wooden racks would probably think nothing of the plastic ones since most games these days have everything plastic everything. (Had the letter tiles been plastic, I WOULD have deducted a star!) 2, the plastic racks get the job done, no problem. 3, the price of this game, $11.99 when I bought it, is very reasonable for what you get, so it wouldn't be fair to expect the same quality of a game you pay considerably more for.The letters look to me like they are printed in slightly larger, thicker type on the new tiles, which is a GOOD thing. Still black letters, against very light wood tiles, which is best.The new game came with a black drawstring back, plenty large enough to hold all the letters with ease. My old game did not come with a bag, but I am fine with keeping them on the bottom of the box under the board.I consider this game a good value for the money and I would definitely recommend it, although I would point out to anyone I recommended it to that it has plastic racks, so they aren't disappointed. 5JUST DO ITI am 76 years old and had not played Scrabble in many years, but my daughter in Mia ordered one and we played together when I went for a visit. I beat her. Has since played with another daughter and a grand-daughter and beat them also. It is great to keep your mind active and lots of fun also. Nice to sit and play board games with family and friends rather than each playing a game separately on each one's computer. 5A big thumbs up from our familyI grew up playing scrabble and always loved it. Sadly my daughter recently told me that we seriously dropped the ball in her board game education. Amazon to the rescue, I ordered the game and it was delivered the very next day. I can happily say we have played many games of scrabble and she loves it just as much as I do.The board is a little flimsy but you just have to be careful. I love the drawstring bag to keep the letters in and the plastic letter stand work just as good as the old wooden ones. 5... 2 over these and i must say it very annoying that the tiles are bigger than space in the ...i bought 2 over these and i must say it very annoying that the tiles are bigger than space in the board. i wish i give zero stars. I will not recommend this scrabble for anyone. The more tiles you place the more confused you become because the tiles are bigger than spaces on the board. 1Cheap qualityThe tiles have the letters printed on instead of engraved and painted. They, and the bag that they come in, have been outsourced to China.The board is flimsy. Scrabble has gone from a quality product to a shadow of what it used to be. Instead of something to keep in the family and use for years, it's now got a disposable feel to it.It would be better to spring for a used older version from Ebay or a garage sale than to buy a new, cheapo version.Maybe they want to nudge you to get the turntable edition (which is very handy), since it is so much more expensive. 3Functional, but does not hold a candle to the older version.I bought this for my family because our old board was split on the crease. The set also had a "patina" to it that everyone loved, but I know that it is food and dead skin cells and that is gross as french toast. This version does not replace what we had. The board is a major improvement, since it is not split down the middle. The trays are plastic, which is probably my biggest objection. There are actually four of them, which was news to me as our old set only had three trays with it. The letters are wood, which is good, but they are just printed on and not engraved like the old set. That is probably a good thing because now nobody will spend ten minutes picking his or her letters pretending like they aren't trying to feel for the letter she or he wants. The font is wrong. Also, between the new board and the new tiles, they whole thing is very slippery. So if you breath real hard on the board, the tiles go every which way. I'm used to needing to make adjustments to the letters, but not to this extent. The new board and tiles allow for room between the tiles and that sucks. With the old set, you could lay the tiles touching and they all fit fine. The bag is flimsy, but we have an unopened Crown Royal, so it will be replaced soon. It isn't all bad. The game works, all the pieces were there. I think I will invest in a better version some time in the near future. 3Sturdy wooden set and worth the priceThis is exactly what it says it is. There isn't a good description on the Amazon page, so here:1. The board is fairly sturdy. It's a thick one, not just cheap like I guessed when looking at the box.2. All 4 tile racks are made of unfinished pine and feel like they need to be sanded once more.3. All 100 tiles were present in their correct amounts per letter. The tiles are made of smooth and finished wood.4. Mine came with a cloth tile bag and a game guide.This isn't an expensive version of Scrabble, but if you don't mind playing with wooden pieces instead of the old heavy plastic, it's great. Definitely worth what you pay for it. 5
Scrabble Game

Scrabble Game

4.5
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Regular price
AU$ 84.00
Sale price
AU$ 84.00
Regular price
AU$ 138.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (AU$ 54.00)