quiddler


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quiddler

(ˈkwɪdlə)
n
obsolete someone who quiddles
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During the event, Yoder's employees sat at tables and demonstrated how to play games such as Five Crowns and Quiddler, and invited attendees to play a few rounds with them.
Two of my subsequent favorites, the word-game Quiddler and Set, a family game of visual perception, have gotten new spins.
Quiddler is a delightful word game that builds vocabulary, encourages creative thinking process skills, and offers hours of fun.
Among the games we played were: "Twixt" (1962); "Acquire" (1962); "Breakthru" (1965); "Scrabble Sentence Cube Game" (1971); "Roll-a-Role" (1975); "Reunion" (1979); "The Art Game" (1981); "Dinosaurs and Things" (1986); "Peter Funk's Winning Words" (1986); "Kids on Stage" (1988); "Future Stories" (1992); "Top Dog" (1995); "Blurt: The Webster's Game of Word Racing" (1995); "Skip-Bo" (1995); "Wishbone Card Game" (1997); "Rummikub" (1997); "Brain-O-Matic" (1998); "Quiddler" (1998); "Photo Trek Exploration Game" (1999); "W3 Who* What *Where" (1999); "Scrabble" (2001); and "Bionicle Adventure Game" (2001).
Auburn, Australia and New Castle, Del.: Quiddlers Press and Oak Knoll Press, 2004.
Quiddlers Press, Hawthorn, Victoria, 2003, xiii + 166 pages; ISBN 0 95819 490 4 (hb), 0 646 41867 X (pb).