Giveaway : Electronic Scrabble Flash (ends 4/5)

There’s a new kid in Scrabble Town : Scrabble Flash (ARV $29.99).  Cute and, well… definitely flashy, he’s sure to be an attention grabber!

Scrabble Flash,  one of the latest members of the Hasbro family, comes with five electronic tiles, a set of instructions, and a streamlined, compact carrying case.  To play, simply power on each of the five tiles, choose your game (choice of three), and start forming words with the letters that show up on each tile.  Whenever you find a word, the tiles will “flash” and your word is recorded electronically for final scoring.  At the end of a round, the tiles will display your score as well as the max score.

Even though this is a far cry from classic Scrabble, Scrabble flash has some major pros over the much loved classic:

  • The ability to play one player games in addition to multi-player
  • An “electronic-judge” which determines the eligibility of a word automatically- no more arguments over the validity of a word
  • A limited number of tiles which make the game great for… short attention spans.  You can play for as little as a couple minutes at a time
  • Automatic score keeping

The way the game records/”finds” words and the interaction among tiles is actually pretty impressive.  I expected an electronic game like this to be somewhat buggy, but I didn’t find any major frustrations or flaws with game play.  In fact, everyone I showed Scrabble Flash to was pretty impressed with the design.

The overall look of the game is also quite nice with the whole set being extremely portable and attractive.  Definitely a cool addition to any household and perfect for both rainy days and for entertaining guests!






Take a look at this video from Think Geek to see the game in action:



Want to try out Electronic Scrabble Flash for yourself?

Hasbro is generously offering one Brixton Street reader their very own Scrabble Flash set!

To enter : Leave a comment (any comment).

Bonus Entry 1: “Like” Brixton Street on Facebook (OR follow via Google Friend Connect OR RSS Feed Reader OR via email)

Bonus Entry 2: Tweet about the giveaway, share on your Facebook page, or blog about the giveaway & leave a link to your tweet, blog post or Facebook post.   You may share once per day.

You may use this sample tweet if you like:

I just entered to #win a Scrabble Flash game ($29.99), you can too! Leave a comment @ & enter the #giveaway

Please leave a separate comment for each entry.

This giveaway will end April 5, 2011 at 11:59 PM PST. Open to readers in the US only.


Giveaway winner : Samantha

FTC disclaimer:  I was provided with the products mentioned in this post free of charge. I did not receive any monetary compensation for this post & was not obligated to give a positive review of the product. All opinions expressed here are mine.

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182 responses to “Giveaway : Electronic Scrabble Flash (ends 4/5)”

  1. Samantha

    This game looks so fun to play. Thanks!

  2. Samantha

    Follower on GFC. imaclutz89

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  4. Julie H

    I want to win this it looks like sooo much fun:)

  5. Julie H

    like you on facebook

  6. Laura Baran

    That’s pretty friggen cool

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  8. Diane Baum

    I would love to win this because it looks so fun.

  9. Kym Benton

    I love playing Scrabble with my 4 year old Grandson, keeping my fingers crossed!

  10. Melanie

    My mom loves Scrabble shell like it.

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  12. susan smoaks

    i love to play scrabble and this looks like a great new game to play!

  13. Gale

    Very cool!

  14. tina reynolds

    Would love to play this version of scrabble with my family thanks for the chance to win [email protected]

  15. tina reynolds

    I follow your blog

  16. Rosey

    A perfect twist on an old favorite, I can’t wait to try this game out with the family!

  17. Rosey

    I like you on FB (Sarah SMile).

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  19. Chronic Chick Talk

    I’d love to give this game to my daughter. We would have so much fun.

  20. Justine

    Oh man I want to try this game, my son saw it last time we were at the toy store and he loved it! What a great easter basket stuffer!

  21. Justine

    I like Brixton Street on facebook

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  24. Veronica Garrett

    It sounds like a fun game for the family or for playing alone.

  25. forreall

    My 11 year old really wants tthis game. It looks like so much fun

  26. Charlene Kuser

    This game looks like so much fun for the family

  27. Charlene Kuser

    I Like Brixton Street on Facebook (Charlene Kuser)

  28. R Hicks

    I think the kids would really have fun playing this!
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