Here’s how to play…Words are formed from adjoining letters. (You may not skip over letters) Letters must be in the proper sequence to spell a word. They may join horizontally, vertically, or diagonally to the left, right or up-and-down. No letter cube may be used more than once in a single word.
No proper nouns, abbreviations, contradictions, hyphenated or foreign words.
Scoring-Make up to 20 words with at least 3 letters. If someone else makes the same word you will still get one point. If you are the only one to find a word you will score how many letters are in that word (3 letters=3 pts, 4 letters=4 pts, etc)
Bonus-There is an author’s name (first and last name connected). Find it for 2o points.
I love Boggle and have already made my list of 20 words. The more people who play the more fun it is. Spread the word
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Not sure what happened to the rest of my comment.
Author(s) – Dan Brown, Dante, Austen
57 + 20 for Brown and 20 for Dante and 10 for Austen. Total of 107 points!!!
Here’s my list:
1. lowest 2. astute 3. fates 4. settle 5. brands 6. phone 7. fasten 8. sautes 9. taste 10. astute
11. welts 12. wetlands 13. longest 14. gnu 15. rants 16. whole 17. bland 18. sues 19. longs
Bonus: Dan Brown
56 plus 20 for 76 points!!
see, but I don’t get if they just can be touching, like stew or brown. I don’t know how to play! :–)
Well, you got 19 points and you didn’t even know how to play. I’d say that’s pretty good!
My words are:
author: Dan Brown
58 plus 20 for Brown = 78 points!!
Jill-The two words you weren’t sure about both count. They only have to be touching.
And my (two) authors:
55 + 20 for Brown and 20 for Dante for 95 points!!!!
Not sure whether you’re allowed to go up, down, sideaways and diagonal in the one word. If not then some of these won’t be allowed lol … too long since I’ve played boggle
50 points 🙂
bland, guest, hunts, punts, taste, sages, bands, lands, welts, rants, lowest, blown, brown, stent, fates, tugs, guts, gust, owes, stew