New Word Game 6/7/14 Lets Play!

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**Please remember. We are only changing 1 letter to create a new word**

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**I think no one said they couldn't change the order of the letters in the words.

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LASH

Only 1 letter can change per word added. The letters can't be switched around.

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LUSH

(Holly, since the name of this game is Greenleaf Scrabble, I would think it is okay to scramle the order of the letters. Besides, some of us have already done that.)

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Read the instructions in the 1st post. The rules ARE there :wave:

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(this is like game we had going a few years ago - change only one letter, no rearranging. And it's a ton of fun :) )

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Puss

It's the exact same game Checkmouse :)

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It's the exact same game Checkmouse :)

Okay, then if it's the exact same game, then we cannot change the order of the letters - right? Also, let's clarify whether we can use the same word twice.

I don't see the harm in re-using a word that was used 20 posts prior, as I don't expect most of us would want to scan the entire game backwards to see whether a word was used; but in a "sticky" situation I don't think we would want to keep switching the same letter back and forth, such as in: at/it, it/at, at/it, etc. (poor example because that is two letters and we are using four - but you get the point).

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