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Lexigo RUSH

Lexigo RUSH

Maker Story

Vocabulary + Strategy

Thirteen lettered tiles. Sixty seconds. Go! Find as many words as you can in Lexigo RUSH, a head-to-head game of stringing letters together.

Arrange the tiles into a honeycomb-shaped game grid, start the timer, and the rush is on. Form words letter-by-letter along a continuous path, but work fast and get creative because only words no other player has earn points. To up the challenge, Maker Wiggles 3D (creator of Randomonium) added a few twists. The same tile can be used twice in a sequence. And blank tiles are a wild card, representing any letter a player needs. With three sixty-second rounds per game, the stakes rise in each. Bonus brackets are placed on certain letters. Any word using a bracketed letter earns double points. This entertaining, educational new take on linguistic competition is, in a word, fun.

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Discovered 8/1/2015

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Maker Story

Vocabulary + Strategy

Thirteen lettered tiles. Sixty seconds. Go! Find as many words as you can in Lexigo RUSH, a head-to-head game of stringing letters together.

Arrange the tiles into a honeycomb-shaped game grid, start the timer, and the rush is on. Form words letter-by-letter along a continuous path, but work fast and get creative because only words no other player has earn points. To up the challenge, Maker Wiggles 3D (creator of Randomonium) added a few twists. The same tile can be used twice in a sequence. And blank tiles are a wild card, representing any letter a player needs. With three sixty-second rounds per game, the stakes rise in each. Bonus brackets are placed on certain letters. Any word using a bracketed letter earns double points. This entertaining, educational new take on linguistic competition is, in a word, fun.