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Bananagrams.

Author: Bananagrams, International.
Publisher: [London] ; [Providence, R.I.] : Bananagrams, Intl., [2006]
Edition/Format:   Game : Game : Real object   Visual material : English
Database: WorldCat
Summary:
A Scrabble-like game in which one to eight players form individual crossword puzzles with words that can change as players continue to draw tiles throughout the game. When there are no more tiles to draw, first player to use all his/her letters wins. Four alternate games described.
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Title: Bananagrams.
Database Name: WorldCat
All Authors / Contributors: Bananagrams, International.
Notes: Title from instuction card.
1-8 players.

Huntingdon College Houghton Memorial Library notes:
2-8 players.
Description: 1 game (144 tiles) : plastic ; in fabric bag container + 1 instruction card
Language Note: Game rules in English.
Year: 2006
Target Audience: 7 to adult.
Class Descriptors: LC Class No.: GV1507.W8; Dewey No.: 793.794
Corporate Author: Bananagrams, International.
OCLC No.: 505249102
Local System Bib Number:
180392

Abstract:

A Scrabble-like game in which one to eight players form individual crossword puzzles with words that can change as players continue to draw tiles throughout the game. When there are no more tiles to draw, first player to use all his/her letters wins. Four alternate games described.
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