This game starts with
Jabble. Click to Scroll Down. (下にスクロールする]をクリック) Instructions alternate between English and Japanese (translations). Press H for the help web page or put http://wp.me/P3FUQl-n in your web browser. Beneath is the Board and to the right is the Box where further instruction display as ~-~ which means Press or use mouse to ~ to do ~. Click and Drag Tiles to move it and double click it set it on a square space on the Board or Box and click on the Box to change its mode. Jabble- 英語と日本語（訳）との間で交互に指示。を押して、ヘルプWebページのHまたはWebブラウザでhttp://wp.me/P3FUQl-nを置く。下には、取締役会であり、右に?などのさらなる命令ディスプレイボックスです – ?そのプレスを意味するか、やって?にマウスを使用して?。クリックして、それを移動するにはタイルをドラッグし、ダブル会またはボックス上の正方形のスペースには、それを設定してクリックし、そのモードを変更するには、ボックスをクリックしてください ” ;
JABBLE is Japanese Scrabble.
Now in all kana.
Full run-down of how play this game. Features of future versions of the game are marked in italics.
1. Type the number of players 1 to 6 in the box where it says Number of Players and press the Enter key or just press the Enter key to play as single player (only once).
See below for General Instructions.
This is a Letter Tile (showing its back side).
active is explained in steps 5 and 8
You get dealt seven of the kana from the list in Table 1.
10. Because some Japanese kana have a rather limited number of words, you can
14. A new set of tile comes out and its the next player’s turn (or your next turn). Any tiles you didn’t use and didn’t remove will be part of your next turn.
General Scrabble Instructions.
To play Scrabble you need to place the Letter Tiles on the yellow board.
The first player combines two or more of his or her letters to form a word and places it on the board to read either across or down with one letter on the center square. Diagonal words are not allowed.
Other the first word, new words may be formed by:
- Adding one or more Active Letter Tiles to a word or letters already on the board.
- Placing a word at right angles to a word already on the board. The new word must use one of the letters already on the board or must add a letter to it. (See Turns 2, 3 and 4 below.)
- Placing a complete word parallel to a word already played so that adjacent letters also form complete words. (See Turn 5 in the Scoring Examples section below.)
- The score value of each letter is indicated by a number at the bottom of the tile.
- The score for each turn is the sum of the letter values in each word(s) formed or modified on that turn, plus the additional points obtained from placing letters on Premium Squares.
- Premium Letter Squares: A DL square doubles the score of a letter placed on it; a TL square triples the letter score.
- Premium Word Squares: The score for an entire word is doubled when one of its letters is placed on a DW Square: it is tripled when one of its letters is placed on a TW square. Include premiums for double or triple letter values, if any, before doubling or tripling the word score. If a word is formed that covers two premium word squares, the score is doubled and then re-doubled (4 times the letter count), or tripled and then re-tripled (9 times the letter count). NOTE: the center square is a DL square, which doubles the score for the first word.
- Letter and word premiums count only on the turn in which they are played. On later turns, letters already played on premium squares count at face value.
- When two or more words are formed in the same play, each is scored. The common letter is counted (with full premium value, if any) for each word. (See Turns 3, 4 and 5 in the Scoring Examples section.)
- BINGO! f you play seven tiles on a turn, it’s a Bingo. You score a premium of 50 points after totaling your score for the turn.
- Unplayed Letters: When the game ends, each player’s score is reduced by the sum of his or her unplayed letters. In addition, if a player has used all of his or her letters, the sum of the other players’ unplayed letters is added to that player’s score.
- The player with the highest final score wins the game. In case of a tie, the player with the highest score before adding or deducting unplayed letters wins.
Scoring Examples for English- do similar in Japanese.
In the following, the words added on five successive turns are shown in bold type. The scores shown are the correct scores if the letter R is placed on the center square. In Turn 1, count HORN: in Turn 2, FARM; in Turn 3, PASTE and FARMS; in Turn 4, MOB, NOT and BE; in Turn 5, BIT, PI and AT.
The current letter values are- subject to change.
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After completing or returning tile you can either do step 10 (and then 11) or 11.