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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.

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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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