Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Scrabble allows proper nouns

The world's most popular board games introduces "innovative" way to make the game more exciting. Mattel, the producer of the game, said that this innovation will make the game more exciting and will allow infusion of pop culture. Although the rule is not yet definite as of the moment, it drew various reactions from scrabble fanatics. But with this change, one can easily snatch big score with words like "Beyonce", "Rihanna", or "Boracay".

Scrabble was invented in 1938 by American Alfred Buttsand later sold and trademarked by Mattel in 1948.


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