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The Colorful Crossword Game

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  • No board required, play on any flat surface
  • No adding up numbers for points or rushing to build words
  • Designed for a wide range of ages and skill levels
  • Made from high-quality components and built to last
  • Designed for 2-4 players with a playing time of 15 minutes
  • Box is small enough for backpacks and travel
  • Please note: Choking hazard—small parts
  • Made in China
Materials
Vegetable ink silkscreened on pure acrylic
Includes
111 letter tiles, two dice, gameplay instructions
Ages
7+
Dimensions
7" x 5" x 2"
Weight
1 lb

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The Colorful Crossword Game

starting at $21.95
No board required, play on any flat surface · Designed for a wide range of ages and skill levels
A colorful crossword game that teaches spelling and language skills in a uniquely fun and challenging way. It’s as simple as rolling the dice, matching colors, and making words, but you’ll need just the right combination of skill, strategy, and luck to win.
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Candygrams

The mission behind Candygrams is to spark creativity and learning through play. Their goal is to create classic family games that are both simple and challenging enough to be enjoyed by players of many different ages and skill levels. Founders Johnny Landers and Anaïs Ortiz were visiting Yosemite where, one evening, they journeyed to the village lounge and noticed that every outlet was taken, and almost everyone glued to a screen. Spotting an abandoned stack of games in the corner, Johnny imagined a word game that the entire family could play together. Weeks later, inspired by the pink, yellow and blue hues of a West Hollywood sunset, they had a simple idea: match colors to make words.
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