Game Boy version
of the popular Milton Bradley board game
. This video game
version was very well done
(the new Hasbro Interactive PC
version, on the other hand, sucks shit).
You can play
against either the computer or a human player
. The computer player
's pretty good
There's also a solitaire
mode that involves getting as many points
as you can in a certain time limit
. You just keep draw
s and playing until the time runs out. Kinda neat
This is one of those early Game Boy games that used Super in the title. I always wondered why game companies did that when Nintendo had the Super Nintendo in the works. Why not call the game Pocket Scrabble, so that an SNES version could use the Super title? See also: Super R.C. Pro-Am.