Boggle time. Try to find as many words in this as you can. You cannot say a word that has already been said. You find a word by looking for adjacent (including diagonal) letters. For example, in the top-left corner, there is a J, which is adjacent to an O, which is adjacent to a Y. Therefore, you can comment “Joy” to get a word.
O Y H E D
J S A D R
U E T O E
E W K ER R
L M A P T
Btw, “ER” counts as one letter. So, you could do “tere” if that was a word. However, it is not a word so it doesn’t count.
wait is it 1 at a time or as many as u can find
As many as you can find. But I think you got most of them.
You can’t use the same letter twice in the same word. So test and taste are invalid. Everything else works, I think.
he said “tere” would have worked if it was a word so adjacent includes diagonal
also… damn… no double use…
Adjacent includes diagonal. I’ll edit my original post.
This is pretty entertaining actually for some reason lol. Helps you discover words in the dictionary you might of never even heard of.