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Winning Moves Offers Full Line of Classic-Playing Scrabble Games

April 8, 2010

DANVERS, Mass., April 8 /PRNewswire/ — Winning Moves Games has delighted board game fans with its two newest versions of the Scrabble® game. Scrabble Me® and Super Scrabble® combine the traditional game play of one of the top-selling board games of all-time with enhanced game boards and scoring experiences.

In Scrabble Me, players build words on their own individual boards (up to four) simultaneously. The “prize tile podium” makes play more dynamic and gives players a chance to choose some face-up tiles in addition to the traditional blind draw from the letter bag. Original rules of scoring, letter placement and legal word play are followed.

In Super Scrabble, players use 200 letters (100 more than the original Scrabble game) and a larger game board featuring quadruple letter and word scoring opportunities. This Scrabble game is super-sized, with three extra rows for a larger playing space. Super Scrabble also comes in a “Deluxe” edition, equipped with a rotating game board and raised grid spaces for simple piece-placing. Both games also come with a guide book detailing the history of Scrabble and the official rules.

“Scrabble has been popular for more than 70 years, and Scrabble fans are passionate about the way the game is played,” says Phil Orbanes, a noted game historian and founder of Winning Moves Games. “Scrabble Me and Super Scrabble are great examples of how games can change subtly while maintaining the core principles that have made Scrabble one of the best games for decades.”

Scrabble Me and Super Scrabble are among Winning Moves Games’ best-selling games. Both games are available at Toys ‘R’ Us, specialty retailers nationwide and at www.winning-moves.com.

SCRABBLE, the associated logo, the design of the distinctive SCRABBLE brand game board, and the distinctive letter tile designs are trademarks of Hasbro, Inc. in the United States and Canada.

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