|No. of Players:||2+|
|Type of Game:||written|
|What you need:||pen and paper|
To solve written anagrams.
How to play
One player prepares multiple copies of an identical list of anagrams for other players to solve. He then distributes the lists to the other players and tells them the words are grouped by a certain category. For added difficulty, the words can be unconnected to each other. The winner is the first player to form words out of all the anagrams, or the player who solves the largest number within a set time. Players can also be permitted to verbally declare they have solved a particular anagram, in which case they get a point; players then focus on the remaining anagrams to solve.
Aldo prepares the following list of 10 anagrams for the other players. He tells them the category is state capitals:
Montgomery, Tallahassee, Salem, Austin, Jackson, Boise, Albany, Honolulu, Denver, Nashville