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Submitted by on Saturday, 26 April 2008One Comment

Sometimes you and your significant other can’t get together. One of you might be sick, or the weather might be bad, or any of a thousand other reasons. This doesn’t mean that you can’t have a fun date!

Scrabulous is an online version of Scrabble. You can play at their website, via email, or directly in Facebook. Combined with instant messaging, you can have a really great time playing this classic board game together.

Of course, my favorite part of Scrabulous is that you can cheat! Hasbro, the maker of Scrabble, has an online dictionary that lets you search for words that use the letters you have. Try not to abuse it though, or you’ll tip off your partner.

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  • Dave said:

    Scrabulous is dead, long live Wordscraper! Pity Hasbro took them to court, but Wordscraper makes for a pretty interesting game even if it’s not really scrabble.

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