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Bananagrams is the award-winning word game that needs no pencil, paper, or board. Players race against each other to build crossword grids and use all their letter tiles first. It is a great game for travel. This game is one of the learning games and also can fun for everyone. It will gather your family and friends and race against each other to build crossword grids. This anagram game will drive you bananas. This game can be played by 1 to 8 players and recommended for 7 years and older.
This is an entertaining and educational game which is easy to play. Teach your kids how to spell words and have fun at the same time. Bananagrams comes in a fun banana-shaped case. This game doesn’t take much space like other board games and brings tons of fun while travelling.
Bananagrams will make a thoughtful gift for your friend or family member. It is perfect for both boys and girls. It contains small parts, not for children under 3 years. Perfect for anyone 7 years and up.
This game can be played several ways. The original version set of laws for bananagrams 1 place all 144 tiles face down on center of table. For games of 2-4 people, each participant takes 21 letters starting the bunch, keeping them face down. For 5-6 players, 15 letters are taken. For 7-8 (or more) players, 11 letters are taken. Each player takes a twist etc. A hand can take as little as 5 minutes, so players, if preferred, could play for “the best of five” or “the best of ten”.
All tiles are placed face down on the table the letters are separated equally among the players, remaining face down. Players then play the standard bananagrams game, but there is no “cracking” or “dumping”. The opening player to use all his/her letters shouts “bananas” and is the winner of the hand. But, if the game ends in a draw, the player with the fewest remaining letters is the winner.
The bananagrams pouch is placed on the table. Each player takes 21 tiles from the small bag. Players then continue to play the regular game with “dumping” but no “peeling”. The first player to use all his/her letters says “bananas” is the winner.