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This game is pretty much as simple as you can make a reaction-based word game, and doesn't actually work that poorly; I'm sure readers of this quick review can pretty much figure out if this game is going to fit their tastes. The tiles are plastic but have a nice heft to them, and are easy to read from across the table. There are no handicapping suggestion for player with disparate skill abilities, though (although I'm sure experienced game-players can easily come up with their own).
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