A Game of Random Thinking

Word Association

Think fast. Make a link. Laugh a lot. The goal of this fun, quick-paced word association game is to be the first person to get rid of your tiles. Ready, set, flip the timer and create as many connections as you can between words that have been played and those in your stack.

With two words per double-sided tile, you’ll be surprised how seemingly random words can be woven into funny cohesive thoughts sure to make your opponents smile—and perhaps, at times, even object. However, as long as at least one other player
agrees with your association, you get the final word.

While Randomonium is recommended for ages 10 and up, our testers found it easy to accommodate younger players by allowing them more time and leeway to make looser word associations. If you can read, you can play. Random thinking has never made more sense.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Peter

    Hi, I’m from Wiggles 3D games. We’re delighted to bring the fun of Randomonium, our new word association party game, to Grommet fans. You’ll find that word association has never been more fun. I look forward to you questions and comments.

  • Matthew
    7/30/2014 12:25 PM

    Hey Peter...What is the recommended number of people to play Randomonium? We play games as an extended family, and there can be up to 12 of us playing at one time. Would I need to buy two games?

  • Peter
    Peter – Special Guest
    7/30/2014 12:46 PM


    Hey Matthew... well, the game comes with 168 tiles and each player needs 10 tiles to play, so theoretically you could play with up to 16 players. However, that would be a long wait between turns, and you'd need a very large table! The game works best with between 4-8 players.

  • Mary
    7/30/2014 12:27 PM

    This looks like loads of fun for families or groups of any kind. I am thinking it would also be great to help kids learn to read and associate words. From the picture it looks like there are nouns and adjectives, are there verbs as well? Could be a great teachers tool as well. My daughter and family would really love playing this game. Her children are 16, 12 and 5. They can help the youngest play. What a great idea. I will order one for my daughter and her family for sure. Thanks, MDG

  • Peter
    Peter – Special Guest
    7/30/2014 12:53 PM


    Hi Mary! The tiles were constructed to use adjectives and nouns, because we found that those were the easiest words to connect together, and so made for the smoothest game experience. However, there are certain tiles that could be interpreted as verbs even though they are also nouns or adjectives; for instance FLY, WARM, or QUACK.

  • Mark
    7/30/2014 1:17 PM

    What keeps the tiles together? Are they magnetic? Little kids would have a hard time keeping from scrambling the board if they are only held in place with gravity.

  • Peter
    Peter – Special Guest
    7/30/2014 1:25 PM


    Hi Mark! No, the tiles are not magnetic. Just as with regular dominoes, players need to take care not to scramble the tiles that have already been played when adding tiles to the board.

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