Hasbro will introduce later this year a game that appears to be based on Dave Merrill’s Siftables technology.

The idea: five cubes randomly display letters, and then you have a set amount of time to arrange them to form words. Each time you form a word, the cubes beep, and your score is recorded.

It’s called Scrabble Flash in the US or Canada, and Boggle Flash elsewhere. Hee hee. Mattel’s trademark strikes again.

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