Scrabble Electronic Flash Cubes Game – What's Inside?



Picked up these neat game cubes that are a modern version of the classic Scrabble game. These little blocks talk back and forward with one another so I wanted to take one apart and see what was inside.

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* 2010 Oppenheim Platinum Award
* Put your skills to the test with 3 different solo and competitive games and slide, swap and shuffle your way to a win
* Electronic version of the classic games challenges you to make words out of the electronic tiles
* Electronic version of the classic scrabble game
* Includes 5 SmartLink letter tiles, storage box and rules

Scrabble Electronic Flash Cubes Game – What’s Inside?

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8 thoughts on “Scrabble Electronic Flash Cubes Game – What's Inside?

  1. This is definitely not NFC because:
    1. NFC implementation costs much more than infrared
    2. More difficult to implement
    3. Not needed, in this case infrared can do well
    4. If it was NFC that window would not be needed
    5. That thing on the pcb is a typical infrared sensor module

  2. Thanks, Mine has been sitting on my bookcase for over a year. Just decided to research it's use. eazy peazy Think I bought it for $2 at a garage sale

  3. Bill my wife loves Scrabble and I made the mistake of sharing your video with her. LOL   Had to order a set from Hasbro, and it sure wasn't $.99.

  4. Looks like it could be fun on a rainy day. Then you said let's take it apart. That would be my mistake. I have a fishing reel I took apart to clean. Well, the parts are all clean. I can show you each one.

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