Perfect for a party or family game night, Snippets is for 2-8 players and takes about 45 minutes. Unlike Scrabble, you don’t need a crazy vocabulary to win, unlike Scattergories there’s no ambiguity, and unlike most word games, the “smartest” player doesn’t always win.

Flip over a Snippets card and start the 60 second timer!

A "snippet" is a sequence of letters that can be found as a whole within words. For example, CRA can be found in CRAB, SACRAMENTO, and SOCRATES but not in RACECAR, CORAL, or MARCH.

Write down as many words as you can that contain the snippet! Anything goes!

Dictionary words, people names, place names, technical terms, slang, acronyms, hyphenations, non-english words, the snippet itself, and even different forms of the same word are all allowed!

Compare with your friends and earn points for unique words and fun bonuses.

Strategically aim for the longest word, fewest crossed words, and other special bonuses, or just go for broke and try get the most words!

Highest score wins the round and first to three rounds wins the game!

With its unique "anything goes" rule, Snippets isn't like most word games, requiring more of a creative mind than a large vocabulary. And with only 60 seconds to think, everyone’s answers will be equally hilarious.

What's in the Box?

Snippets comes with 300 snippet cards, 4 answer pads, 4 pencils, a 60 second sand timer, and an instructions booklet. You can also download the optional, free Snippets app for both iPhone and Android, featuring a beautiful, interactive timer as a fun stand-in for the sand timer.

I get lots of games... It is rare that I get a game that is so perfectly fun, so enjoyable in a broad sense as this game is.
This is a really fun game! I am horrible at word games... the first time we played though I actually won!
Anyone that enjoys a word game, even those that may not... [Snippets] is something that they should definitely look into."
[Snippets] is adaptable and challenging in different ways... rest assured you'll find it in my house!
Nivi Engineer of GeekMom