Winning Moves Announces New Games

Posted: September 14, 2012 in Uncategorized

Winning Moves has announced some new games (and puzzles, but we’ll focus on the games here) to their lineup.

Super Scrabble Deluxe

Featuring the “bigger, better” game play of Super Scrabble with the innovative Tile “Lock” design to hold your tiles firmly in place on the gameboard. Now, you can can rotate the board and angle it to get a better view.

Scopa

The traditional Italian card game where players claim cards by playing a card from their hand that matches the value of one or more of the cards on the table. Italian style in a beautiful package!

Scribbo

Scribbo is Bingo with words! Players take turns calling out a letter and a number (“A -23”) then write the letter in that number’s space on either of their Sribbo grids. With careful letter placement, letters turn into words (horizontally and vertically–and along the valuable diagonal). Play continues until all grids are filled in and points are scored for each word you make. This is a word game players dream!

Tribond

The fun starts with 3 seemingly unrelated clues. What do a Violinist, an Archer, and a Fancy Gift have in common? You win the card if your team guesses, “They all have bows!” Team with the most cards wins! Over 3 million sold!

Super Big Boggle

A super-sized 6×6 grid including the NEW double letter cube and NEW blank cube! Thirty-six letter cubes and a 4-minutes timer provide a fresh challenge with every game!

Find out information about all these games at the Winning Moves website!

from GameSalute.com http://www.GameSalute.com/?p=33303

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