Quiddler, The SHORT Word Game has won over 20 Best Game Awards!
A delightful challenge for rookies and wordsmiths alike.
Perfect family game, kids can compete with adults
Great for brain health — a fun way to stay sharp.
Suggested Age: 8 Years and Up
Type of Game: Word games
Playing Time: 30-40 Minutes
Includes: Instructions, cards
Number of Players: 1-8 Players
Package type: Full game
Item Number (DPCI): 087-00-0931
Quiddler, winner of over 20 Best Game Awards, is easy to learn and fun for everyone! The goal is to arrange all the cards in your hand into one or more words. The number of cards dealt increases each round – starting with three cards and ending with 10 cards. High score wins, so use your high point letters and Quiddler’s unique double letter cards—but don’t get caught with them in your hand! Aim for the bonuses—each round there are two bonuses: one for the most words and one for the longest word. Take our WORD for it, this is a game you will want to play again and again!
Momday every day - 5 months ago, Verified purchaser
If you like word games like boggle or banana-grams or scrabble you’ll like this card game. You begin the first round with 3 cards, with those cards you must make a word and as you progress to each round you’ll get an addition card. The cards have point values (similar to scrabble) for scoring at the end of each round. It’s enjoyable I would highly recommend for those word puzzle lovers out there!
Lover of Word Games - 10 months ago, Verified purchaser
My husband and I have enjoyed playing Quiddler for several years when we want a shorter, less intense word game than Scrabble. We have introduced Quiddler to a number of friends, and I purchased it this time for a new friend. We played a few learning rounds yesterday, and he's thrilled to have it for his own! He'll be introducing it to some family members and friends, as well. So, we're "spreading the word" about a very fun game for all ages...Quiddler.
My husband and I love this game, which lasts about 20 minutes to a half hour, and isn't as concentration-intensive or as long in duration as Scrabble. The rules are easy to pick up, and it's a fun game for both those who love words like my husband and novices like me. Easy to pack up and take with you to play anywhere.