Description: Sixteen dice with letters imprinted on each side are randomly arranged in a 4x4 grid. The player finds contiguous words on the board by linking dice with neighboring dice. Dice can be linked horizontally, vertically, or diagonally, but no dice can be counted twice to form a single word, and each word must be at least 3 letters long. As the player enters each word, the game confirms the word's presence on the board and checks its validity by searching a built-in dictionary. User can play with or without time limit. Both best scores and best words are stored in a high scores file.
The traditional Boggle Master Game from Hasbro. Boggle Master (or Deluxe) contains a 5x5 grid instead of 4x4, making it way more fun and challenging (especially when you become good enough to play longer words only).
The typical rules of Boggle apply to this game. The rules can be found online or in a link from the help file.
I was playing the game Scramble on my iPod touch, and I realized that I wasn't very good. But the algorithmic challenge of writing a program to solve the Scramble (same as Boggle) game was too tasty to pass up. It was indeed quite challenging, but...