Scrabble Flash promises a fast, frantic and addictive play experience. The object of the game is to slide, swap and shuffle the electronic tiles to create as many three, four or five-letter words as possible in 60 seconds.
This fast-paced word-building game uses SmartLink Technology, which allows the five electronic tiles included in the game to talk to each other.
When the SCRABBLE FLASH tiles are lined up to create a new word, the tiles will light up and beep. SCRABBLE FLASH tiles also keep time and score. This groundbreaking technology allows players to compete individually against the game and try to earn the highest score possible. Easily portable and hard to put down, SCRABBLE FLASH will have players hooked after the first game.
Available this Fall at mass retailers nationwide, SCRABBLE FLASH is a one-player game that is recommended for ages 8 and up. SCRABBLE FLASH will be sold for the approximate retail price of $29.99. (SCRABBLE FLASH is known as BOGGLE FLASH outside of the U.S. and Canada).
I can already predict that Scrabble Flash will be one of the hottest toys for the Holidays 2010.
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