Hexagon Tile Word Game

By Lexigo RUSH

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Find as many words as you can in 60 seconds, by linking letters together on the game grid. Be creative because you’ll only score points for words that the other players didn’t find. The stakes get higher as the rounds go by, with doublers that get added to the board.

  • Materials: Plastic
  • Includes: 46 letter tiles, 2 bonus rings, and 2 piece storage container
  • Goal: Find as many words as you can in 60 seconds using the tiles in the grid. Bonus rings raise the stakes
  • Free app with everything you need to play—timer, scoring, and a dictionary
  • Recommended age: 8-15 years
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 8.7" x 7.2" x 1.8"
  • Weight: 0.7 lb.

10 Reviews (4.9 out of 5 Grommets)

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Fun game!

1/29/2018 by Karl

My wife and I love word games. This is a fun game. It is also a quick game that can be played in about 10 - 15 minute increments.


Lots of fun

8/12/2017 by Kathi

Easy to learn. Easy to play with all age groups. Great family time


Neat Game!

6/16/2017 by Mom to 3 Cats

Love the easy to read letters and love to make words from letters.


Fun game

3/19/2017 by Deborah

Grandson enjoyed playing this game over the weekend! He won, of course! Definitely would recommend this to others.


Fun for all ages!

1/13/2017 by Diane

I love almost all words games. This one, I introduced to the 2 children (8 and 10) I was watching shortly after Christmas. We learned how to play it together. The 8 year old boy said he liked it better than the word game named after a tropical fruit. I am looking forward to introducing it to my older friends at out monthly game night.More > < Less

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About Lexigo RUSH

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.