|No. of Players:||1+|
|Type of Game:||written|
|What you need:||pen and paper|
To find words containing consecutive letters of the alphabet.
How to play
The gamemaster selects an alphabetical sequence of 2, 3, 4 or more letters. Players then have a certain amount of time to write down as many words as they can think of that contain these consecutive letters. The player with the longest list is the winner of the round and becomes the next gamemaster to select a new sequence of letters. The winner of the most rounds is crowned the grand champion. This game can also be played alone.
Alexander tells the players they have three minutes to write down words containing the sequence N–O–P. Multiple words with the same root will only be counted once. For instance, monopolize, monopolizes, monopolizing, etc, earns a player just one point.
After three minutes, the players tie with four words each. However, by letter count there are differences. Bosco's words total 33 letters, Carla's 35 and Alexander's 37. Alexander wins and retains his seat as gamemaster for the next round.