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A word game that can be played with a blank piece of paper and a pen. Like Scrabble, but it doesn’t take three hours and a big board.


What do I need?

Three steps.

  • Read the playful rules.
  • Grab some pens or pencils.
  • Grab a blank piece of paper and fold it in half six times. (Or any other number, depending on how long you want the game to last.)

You can start completely blank. Or you can use the generator below to get a nice random starting setup!


Input your desired settings and click "generate".

Turns the material mostly white / grayscale to conserve ink. If you want to print this PDF and directly play on that. Walls are useful on small boards to allow more words.


(Click to fold.)

Not working? Don't worry! At the "Download" link, you can also find PDFs I already generated for you.

That's not a word!

Having discussions about whether something is a word? Use my dictionary as your judge.

It only contains more common or popular words. Using it will solve this issue for groups endlessly debating what is a valid word!

Hire me

Are you a games publisher? I'm always open to inquiries about publishing one of my games.

Need a special board game or video game? Maybe for a birthday, school or another purpose?

Contact me! You can ask me anything—I don't bite! In fact, I've never bitten anyone.

If unsure, visit my portfolio to learn more about my work. You can also contact me through there, as I'm a registered freelance artist in the Netherlands.


Enjoyed my work (or not)? Let me know what you think! Mail me at [email protected] with any feedback.

That's already a great way to support me.

Alternatives would be to buy my paid work (a win-win situation!). Or to donate through the most popular channels.


Fonts? “Arbetus Slab” for both heading and body.

This game was obviously inspired by Scrabble. Most people know and enjoy the game. But I saw some things to improve: it can take too long, you need to carry a big box, there’s no variation to the board.

I sought to improve those things. The result is “Keebble”: free to play, highly portable, with simultaneous turns and more variation. Want more details? Check out the devlog.