Hex-A-Spell

Hex-A-Spell is a hexagonal four-letter word game for your family or school.

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Connect two-letter bigram fragments to form four-letter words.


In this family word game, the goal is to make four-letter words from two-letter fragments (bigrams) and score top points. Compete with word fragments on hexagonal tiles. Form words in any direction using the most common bigrams in the English language.

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Each Hex-a-Spell tile contains six two-letter fragments called bigrams. Two bigrams are combined to form a four-letter word. There are three starting bigrams and three ending bigrams on each tile - three are the starts of four-letter words, while the other three are used to form the ends of words. Green bigrams will start a word while purple bigrams are used at the end of words. Bigrams alternate orientation to allow forming words in any direction.
Each bigram has an adjacent point value from 3 to 9 points.
The bigrams in the game have been programmatically selected and arranged from the most common bigrams in the English language.

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