December 18, 2010


In the 1930s, during the Great Depression, an unemployed architect named Alfred M. Butts invented a board game using letter tiles and a scoring system. He first called it Lexico, then Criss Cross Words. But it was in 1948, when he teamed with entrepreneur James Brunot, that the name SCRABBLE® was born.

This vintage edition re-imagines this classic game as it may have been in its early days.

Check it out here.

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