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Bananagrams WildTiles Vocabulary Building and Spelling Improvement Lettered Tile Game for Ages 7 and Up.
In this game the monkey may not know his numbers, but he definitely understands coconuts. In Line-Up you must click on tiles to create a row of five monkeys before a row of five bananas. It's harder than it sounds, but don't become a Furious George! Cheer up with the Monkey Go Happy series.
As they played they dubbed it 'the anagram game that would drive you bananas', and so the name Bananagrams was born! Bananagrams went public in 2006 and became an almost overnight success, due in part to the clever packaging — the game tiles actually come in a banana that zips — and the fun and fast pace of the game. It is often classed as a board game (although it doesn't have a board.
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The word game that can drive you bananas! The ideal gift for crossword and word game lovers or to encourage children with spelling. No pencil, paper or board required.
Go Bananas with Bananagrams! How quickly can you take a handful of letters and create an intersecting grid of words? It’s a fun challenge! Bananagrams is a lively spelling game for ages 7 to 107 that will have your family and friends racing to spell as quickly as they can! You can build words horizontally and vertically, and you can shuffle them up anytime you need to—just make sure each.