The Boggle Game, Online
WEBoggle has similar rules to the original Boggle game.
16 dice (with a letter on each face of the cube) are randomly
placed on a 4x4 grid, creating a new 'game board'. Each game is timed, and players get 3 minutes per round.
When the timer starts, players then try to find as many words as possible from the gameboard. Once the timer
is up, players are ranked according to the score they got. Longer words score more points.
The process repeats itself after a 30 second 'intermission' between games.
Words can only be formed from adjoining letters.
Letters must join in the proper sequence to spell a word.
They may join horizontally, vertically, or diagonally, to the left,
right, or up-and-down. No letter cube, however, may be used more than once within a single word.
Once you've found a word, type it into the text box below the gameboard and timer, then
press enter. Words can only be entered within the 3-minute period.
Points are scored according to the word length:
Minimum word length: 3
Minimum word length: 4
Scores are only applicable if the word can be found legally on the game board as well
as being a valid dictionary word.
Note: Qu tile
- there is one tile on one face of a die with two letters: Q and U.
In almost all English language words containing a Q, a U always follows. (The exception
includes names like 'Qantas', however proper nouns are generally not accepted in Boggle
Although Qu exists on a single tile, it is still counted as two letters and is
WEBoggle scores each of your words as you find them on the board. You'll know instantly
if the word you entered is a legal dictionary word. A live countdown timer lets you know your
remaining time for the round.
WEBoggle was designed to let several dozen people play Boggle online simultaneously.
As each round progresses, a player score and ranking will be displayed and periodically
The previous rounds' scores are also made available. Here, you'll also be able to see the words that
you failed to find, and words that only you found.
If you want, you can personalise your experience by applying a password to your user name.
Whilst letting you save your preferences, it also stops others from using your name.