game has two essential components: a list of words and a letter grid that appears random. The players must search the grid for the listed words and drag their mouse over them to highlight them. The list is automatically rubbed out for each word that is highlighted.
The words can be shown backwards, diagonally, horizontally, and vertically. The words are divided into categories or topics in order to assist players with their requests.
The player who is the youngest at the start of the game goes first. Before revealing the first word, rotate the playing board in a clockwise direction until you can see it.
The player is required to speak out loud while reading this word.
Everyone on the team should look for the word out in the field now.
The secret word can be written in any direction, including left to right, right to left, horizontally, vertically, and diagonally, but it will never deviate from a single straight line. (see fig. 3) The player who discovers the word first and calls it out is the one who gets to cover it with his or her own coloured markers.
Attention! In the event that a player calls out the word but is unable to immediately point out the word, that player will be required to sit out the remainder of that round until one of the other players has located the word.
The action continues around the ring in a clockwise direction. The next player takes their turn turning the green ring until the following word is found.
The game will continue until all of the words have been used and the green space that indicates the beginning of the game reappears.
If a word that has already been found is crossed by a newly discovered word, the markers of the original found word that have been crossed by the new word are replaced by the markers of the newly discovered word. When you cross a word with a marker of the same color, you can keep the marker's original color. (see fig 4)
The conclusion of the game:
Either when all of the words have been played or when one of the players runs out of markers, the game is over.
The player who successfully places the majority of his colored markers on the board wins.