We've all heard of Scrabble and Hangman. These classics only scratch the surface of the wide variety of word games at Funagain. Some test your vocabulary or anagramming skills. Others, your ability to think quickly or express yourself.
Word games range from quiet, thoughtful, strategic challenges to rowdy, laugh-out-loud party games. No matter what kind of game you prefer, we can help you find the word game that suits you best.
Pairs in Pears
Pairs in pears is a fun way for children to develop cognitive skills while learning word construction.
PickTwo Deluxe is the always-changing, ever-rearranging crossword game. Players draw tiles, building their own personal crosswords as fast as they can. Whenever players use all their letters they yell "Pick Two" and everyone draws two more tiles...
Royalty is a simple yet splendid word-building card game. The object is to form words using the cards in your hand, or to add letters to words that your opponents have created to gain the highest score! Form one word from your hand. Score is...
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Scrabble fun for younger kids, as they match picture words with letter tiles! Older players can use the reverse side of the board to form words!
Sketchword is the best word game and the best drawing game combined into one box!
When you turn over a tile, think fast. Any player may jump in to Snatch your letter or even your whole word. Combine letters to build a new word or add onto an existing one. As more letter tiles are revealed, the words grow as so does the excitement.
Spill and Spell
Sharpen your pencils and your minds, the time-honored classic is back! Spill and Spell pits speed versus smarts, as players test their vocabulary versus the clock. Savvy spellers listen up!
Tai Chi Chuan
Tai Chi Chuan is a game of letters in which you must show mental nimbleness to progress but also to withstand the attacks of your opponents.
Funagain Games does not stock this edition of this title, usually because it's out of print.
Deep in the corners of letters, the Hounds of Tindalos wait for the unsuspecting! In this devious Call of Cthulhu-themed word game by James Ernest and Mike Selinker, players use their card hands to form words based on the number of angles in the word...
A Dice is Worth a Thousand Words! Roll the dice, then scramble to scribble down as many words from the letters shown on the dice within 60-seconds!