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Quibbles - The Game

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  • Quibbles is the game for quick minds and crossword fanatics
  • The aim of the game is to create and complete a crossword fastest
  • Includes Bad Boy cards which feature either good or bad news for players
  • Speed, spelling and spontaneity are the key to winning
  • Ideal family game for 2-6 players and ages 8+
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Word smiths watch out - you've met your match! Quibbles is a game of very cross words for people who love the endless possibilities presented by letters. This fun and fast moving word-building game is great for all the family and requires players work independently to create inter-locking words in crossword fashion. They can rearrange the positions of their letter tiles as often and as much as they need to complete their words.

If you know someone who has a way with words or is partial to completing crosswords, then Quibbles spells out a winner when it comes to buying their Christmas and birthday gift. It's designed for 2-6 players aged 8 and over. Speed, spelling and spontaneity are all key to become crowned as the Quibbles winner.

The aim of the game is to gain the highest score and starting with 20 tiles, your task is to create a complete crossword in the fastest time. When a player uses all their tiles, they must shout 'grab' - this means they get an extra five bonus points and every player must pick up an extra tile. And you can use a dictionary, but be quick as no-one will wait for you! But beware of the Bad Boys...when a Bad Boy tile is selected a Bad Boy card from the pile must also be picked up. These cards may contain good or bad news and the player must follow the instructions on the card. Quibbles is a versatile game as it can also be played solo! Play stops when all the tiles have been used and the first player to finish shouts 'I've quibbled!' The race to the end can be frantic Scores are then totted up to determine who's won.