Boggle is a word game introduced in 1972.
The classic game comprises a covered tray with 16 letter cubes, each with six random letters on its sides. After shaking the cubes in the tray, players have a Timed Mission: Write down as many words as you can find in the 4×4 array within three minutes. After the time expires, players compare their lists and cross out duplicated words. Longer words score more points.
Many variants of Boggle exist, including Big Boggle, which has 25 letter cubes in a 5×5 array. Wink Martindale adapted Boggle for his Family Channel game show block in 1994.
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