Lazy Susan turntable and locking grid improve game play. Attractive wooden frame gives high-end appearance. Includes storage space in bottom layer.
Quality of board and tiles does not justify higher price point. Some tile lettering is offset, wears off quickly. Gold on brown contrast difficult to read.
Tiles remain in place while table is turned. Lazy Susan turntable replaced by better wheels. Curved letter racks improve player privacy during game.
Some tiles are offset, missing number values. Smaller in size than expected. Game board design different than original version.
Maintains the classic look and gameplay of vintage Scrabble sets. Affordable price point for casual use. Bi-folded game board is sturdy, stores easily.
No recessed tile holders, so pieces tend to slide on board. Tiles made from cheap material. Some letters may be missing from set.
Two-sided game board offers basic and advanced gameplay. Employs both visual and basic reading skills. Older children and adults can play the unstructured advanced version.
Gameplay is very basic, matching pre-existing words. Older children may lose interest quickly. No letter tray. Cardboard tiles cheaply made.
Zippered banana pouch is very portable, self-contained. Improves spelling skills for younger players. Solitary or multi-player game possible.
Some inferior counterfeit sets reported. Gameplay is more solitary than regular Scrabble. Quality of tiles is variable.
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