Kubble Word Game


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Original word game; three times ten letters. Alone to any number of players. At home, in the newspaper, on television, on internet.

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Kubble Word Game

  1. 2. In 1980 Eric Parein invented the innovating Kubble WordGame. Everybody playing the same draw of 3 x 10 letters! Solo or unlimited number of players! The name. First it was written as CUBBLE with a C in front. It was a mix of the word CLUB, with Scrabble in mind. Later the C was replaced by the letter K to form a more exclusive brand. Eventually the full name became ‘the KUBBLE WordGame’. With the ever increasing popularity of the internet it is time to move the KUBBLE WordGame to a higher level. The first playing cards! Who joins in? 50 cents in the jar, please! ... towards another dimension!
  2. 3. the KUBBLE WordGame Kubble mainly is a tactical game. It often is not only a matter of making the longest words, but rather seeking combination with the next line(s). This increases your score the most! The ‘KubbleNumbers’ The originality of Kubble also resides in its scoring; each letter in a word gets the number of points relative to its place in that word! The score for the whole word amounts to the sum of all those points. See the ‘KubbleNumbers’ scale under. Example: A word of six letters is worth 21 points, being the sum of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 points.
  3. 4. How do you play? <ul><li>Kubble has a task of three times 10 letters. </li></ul><ul><li>With these letters a solution can be found per row, one or more words can be entered. </li></ul><ul><li>Blanco squares must separate words. </li></ul><ul><li>These words then are attributed points, again row by row. </li></ul><ul><li>Only... One can also go and make longer words from one row to the next row(s). Yes, even from the last row to the first row where you possibly started. </li></ul><ul><li>The dot in front of the row then is blackened. </li></ul><ul><li>The points are here again attributed, well taking into account to attribute points for the whole new constituted word! This way your total score can grow significantly! (the shown KUBBLE cards on top are in the Dutch language…) </li></ul>
  4. 5. a survey by the magazine KNACK More than 74% of the surveyed readers thought the game should remain publicized . 25% thought the game may remain. Only 1% had no problem with Kubble disapearing. KubbIe in the newspaper and magazines is mostly played solo. The printed Kubble Cards are employed by groups, often competing for something 92% of the Kubble Players in KNACK Magazine are spending a lot of time playing the game. This is confirmed by the statistics on the website.
  5. 6. The Newspaper’s KUBBLE The newspaper enters a deal for a year, getting 365 entries. The Kubble Task and date are already edited. INNOVATING: All papers of the same language are carrying the same task. Kubble goes cross-brand, world wide!
  6. 7. The KubblePortals PORTALS Alfabetisch gerangschikt KRANTEN GAZET VAN ANTWERPEN www.gva.be HET BELANG VAN LIMBURG www.hbvl.be HET LAATSTE NIEUWS www.hln.be HET NIEUWSBLAD www.hnwsbld.be HET VOLK www.hetvolk.be DE MORGEN www.demorgen.be DE STANDAARD www.destandaard.be ANDERE AWW www.aww.be BEENHOUWERIJ DE JONG www.dejong.be FIX-IT www.fixit.be KASTEELBIER www.kbr.be MICROSOFT www.msn.com PHILIPS www.philips.com VLM www.vlm.be All Kubble Portals deliver highly interactive random tasks for practice, as well as the newspaper’s daily task.
  7. 8. The Kubble Club Kubble is on-line, 24 hourly tasks every day. Every entry is immediately checked, At the same time points are attributed. The interactivity is huge. Minimal login and FOR FREE! KUBBLE has been programmed to deliver tasks in many a different language. The common language however is English.
  8. 9. What’s the Goal? <ul><li>To reach as many folks around the world around one common cultural passion. </li></ul><ul><li>To entertain people solo or in teams or communities. At home, on the commuter train, at work or on holiday. </li></ul><ul><li>Commercially, soft advertising reaching world wide community. </li></ul>
  9. 10. In the name of all present and future Kubblers <ul><li>THANKS </li></ul><ul><li>(1+2+3+4+5+6 = 21 KubblePoints!) </li></ul>