Quick, how many words can you make out of a combination of the letters x, a, r and z? That may seem a little extreme, but making as many words as possible out of a jumble of letters is the basic goal of the game Boggle. Take our quiz to test your knowledge of this popular word game.
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Boggle has been around since the late 1800s.
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Parker Brothers is the maker of Boggle.
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The goal of Boggle is to find the word with the most letters.
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In the original version of Boggle, players look for words on a 6x6 grid of jumbled up letters.
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Boggle players have just 3 minutes to find as many words as possible.
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To score points, words must be at least three letters long.
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Only letters connecting to one another horizontally can be used to form words in Boggle.
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As players find words, they are supposed to shout them out.
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If two people find the same word, neither player gets points.
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Words with four letters are worth the same number of points as those with eight.
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All Boggle games last until someone earns 50 points.
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It only takes one person to play Boggle.
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Boggle is appropriate for ages 8 and up.
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Boggle now has digital versions available.
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Boggle Bash is an annual party for lovers of the game.
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Boggle Bash allows for multiplayer games.
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It's not always every man or woman for his- or herself when you're playing Boggle Bash.
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The Panic Flip feature of Boggle Bash changes the grid of letters for the final minute of a round.
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In the TV series "King of the Hill," Peggy is a champion Boggle player.
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