Hello brilliant,

I think most of you know the game called \(SCRABBLE\) which is played by \(2\) to \(4\) people by placing tiles onto a game-board divided into \(15 \times 15\) grid of squares.

without taking it long , i want to represent A new kind of Scrabble it is \(Math\) \(Scrabble\) or \(Numbers\) \(Scrabble\) , its principles are the same as the normal ones and it is a very fun way to make the children and even the old people learn math with fun.

These are some picture of the Game:

Not only that , there is also a binary version of it :

I found it very interesting So i decided to share it with you.

For more details and Rules you can check The Original Post

Feel Free to share the note and hope you add your suggestions to develop The game and make it more complex for More challenge :)

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@Ivan Koswara , parallel playing is an essential part of the game. And such type of scrabble, heavily discourages it. I'm completely in favour of your opinion :(

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Who said there is no score !!! see the link that i mention and you will see more details on scores and rules :)

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I cannot see the rules (or it needs signing up).

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Make the tiles

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I'll also hijack this note to add another variant that might be easier to play (or not):

Squares ScrabbleYour tiles are the digits 0-9. (I suppose 10 each, and the value distribution is 1-1-2-2-1-1-1-3-2-1, but feel free to experiment.) Play as in regular Scrabble, but the "words" are the square numbers.

Easily adapted with different sets of words. Triangular numbers? Primes? As long as you don't do something really rare like powers of 2.

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Yes i see what you mean, i think i should make some time to do experiments on all these variant and see what i can achieve, thank you for your suggestions

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This is damn interesting! I'm a national level Scrabble player (Not to brag) but this is simply great! I'll sure try it out sometime! :D

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oh that's awesome, are you a scrabble player in Indian language or english??

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Well, Obviously English! :D

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