WEBoggle is an easy-to-use implementation of Boggle that displays your score alongside others who are playing the same version. You have to type in the words you find. Clicking the mouse on the grid rotates it.
When the timer starts, each player searches the assortment of letters for words of three letters or more (four or more on the 5×5 board)… The winner is the player whose words have earned the most points. After a 30 second break, a new round will start, with a new random board.
Some people think I’d be good at word games like this because I read a lot. Well, I’m not. I suck at them, although I learned from The Know-It-All: One Man’s Humble Quest to Become the Smartest Person in the World, which I’m reading now, that “Qa” is a Babylonian liquid measurement and is a great word for Scrabble.