Do you know that every deal of Free Cell is, presumably, winnable?
I had to give it up. I play Yukon instead. About 29-30% winnable.
Home, where I want to be. Just checking in to see what hash AT&T has bestowed upon me tonight.
Anna Puma #212: ...And you gotta catch them all in a red/white ball.
Mark Dice Trolling Poke'mon Go Players in Real Life
Re old vidgames, I may have mentioned this already recently, but here I go again.
Oh. Troika. Back when I played, we could only use English. Youse guyses apparently use just any old thing that sounds like a word. (ha ha) Ooo. Dowel would be a good Jotto word.
"Bennett bid four spades, was doubled and went down four tricks - eleven hundred points."
cth: “Actually, ARMATURE was also a bingo”
And also yours? Okay, then, going back to being impressed.
I had to really sit down and take off my socks to see how you got to 140. 50 for using all tiles leaves 90, meaning triple word scores are cumulative? (10 * 3) * 3 = 90?
Relax! Enjoy! Grab a triple word square, cth! Hope you don't see this for a while.
>> but you know what I mean.
Something about shooting blanks at the fish in the barrel?
I've just re-examined the pillow fight picture very closely, and I call fake. If they had really been fighting, there would not have been such a neat Scrabble game.
Three dimensional Chinese Checkers.
Posted by: Bruce
(( mind boggles )) I wanna play.
Good sportsmanship can take strange forms
"BINGO is a slang term used in Scrabble for a play using all seven of one’s tiles...."
"...ending in a chamber full of monsters 1312-feet underground, where CO2 and radon gas concentrations provoke hallucinations."
Dang Zork - I never could get past that room!
I'm impressed. But... but... "Charlie"? And what's "Qi" if it's not Chinese? We never allowed proper names or abbreviations or non-English words when we were young.
Decades ago, playing Scrabble with my younger sister, I was saving up to play all my letters (50 bonus points for you non-Scrabblers) and all I needed was an open "S." Suddenly there it was, but it
A 4*4*4 version of Tic-Tac-Toe, but "dis ain't no baby's game"