classic game is back and better than ever before
Play the classic board game Scrabble on your Palm.
Match neighboring tiles in the original dominoes/Tetris/solitaire combo.
Don't expect any friendly banter from Victor. Carnegie Mellon University's moody robot plays Scrabble poorly and tends to insult his human opponents.
Selfie, noob, lifehack, or bromance could be a new word in Hasbro's official Scrabble Players Dictionary thanks to the Scrabble Word Showdown. May the best word win!
This RFID-equipped Scrabble board costs 10 times more than a good hit on a triple-word score.
"Is That a Word?" author David Bukszpan wanted to improve his Scrabble game, but didn't want to memorize the dictionary. CNET talked to him about the game's unique -- and surprising -- lexicon.
You can now get Scrabble on your Kindle for $4.99.
An England-only version of the game will allow proper nouns, backward words, and other nonsense. But the original continues to prohibit proper nouns. You can relax.
Most of the keys are made from real Scrabble tiles that were hand-beveled and built onto a USB, clicky, mechanical-switch keyboard.
Gaming cheat sites are nothing new, but maybe we've had our head in the dictionary too long.
Irritated fans assumed that inaccessibility of the game was due to server demand, but the manufacturer has said that it was the target of a malicious attack.
Epic fail: Hasbro convinced the creators of the legally dubious Scrabulous game to pull their application, only to see the official Scrabble app founder under server pressures the same day.