This is a new game that consists of six set of 32 dice of differing colors (red, blue, yellow, green, black, and white). Seven dice have the letters of B, C, D, F, G, & H; seven dice have the letters of J, K, L, M, N, & P; seven dice have the letters of R, S, T, V, & W; ten dice have the letters of A, E, I, O, U, & Y; and one dice have the letters of Q, Q, X, X, Z, & Z.

In the first round, each player rolls all 32 dice and tries to form as large a word as possible and scores the word. For the second round, each player rolls the unused dice to form as big a word as possible and scores the word. For the third round, each player rolls the dice not used from round one and two and scores the word. This continues until someone uses all of his or her dice. At this point the player with the most points wins.

This game is similar to Scrabble, but each player has the same potential for scoring. With Scrabble, it is the luck of the draw as to who gets the X or Z tiles. You are also not limited to a seven character word. The speed of this game is substantially different from Scrabble. With two players, you have to place over 100 tiles on the game board. With Scrambleocity, each player only has to place 32 dice on the game board.

The board game is much like the board game used in Scrabble. The board is 21 squares by 21 squares. Each letter is assigned a point value, much like Scrabble

A - 1 point

B - 2 points

C - 2 points

D - 2 points

E - 1 point

F - 3 points

G - 3 points

H - 3 points

I - 1 point

J - 5 points

K - 4 points

L - 2 points

M - 2 points

N - 2 points

O - 1 point

P - 2 points

Q - 8 points

R - 2 points

S - 2 points

T - 2 points

U - 1 point

V - 4 points

W - 3 points

X - 9 points

Y - 2 points

Z - 10 points

Based on each letter used to form the word, the points are totaled.