Traditional Scrabble has a tough time keeping pace in a Boggle-speed world. That is, until now. Scrabble Slam is a loose, card game adaptation of traditional Scrabble. The overall pace of the game is quick, and the four-letter minimum and maximum makes the game accessible for word-noobs like myself. If you can’t spell worth a hill of bees, this game will trouble you a little, though their is no punishment for mispellings, other than you have to take your card back.
Before I owned “How Do You Play It,” I wrote a detailed Scrabble Slam Rules article on Brighthub. Rather than wage war on myself in the search engine results, I decided to link to the previous article I wrote.