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Words Words Words

says Hamlet
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Words Words Words is a collection of letter shaped blocks, which must be stacked vertically to spell a word. Letter values are based on how stable they are to support the letters above, rather the verbosity of the word itself.
simonj, Feb 23 2012

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       BCZ
MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 23 2012
  

       [A]
[U]
[S]
[T]
[R]
[A]
[L]
[O]
[P]
[I]
[T]
[H]
[E]
[C]
[U]
[S]
  

       187 points. Beat that.   

       [A]
[N]
[T]
[I]
[D]
[I]
[S]
[E]
[S]
[T]
[A]
[B]
[L]
[I]
[S]
[H]
[M]
[E]
[N]
[T]
[A]
[R]
[I]
[A]
[N]
[I]
[S]
[M]
  

       241.
RayfordSteele, Feb 24 2012
  

       so.... words composed entirely of B E H K M N R W X ?
FlyingToaster, Feb 24 2012
  

       B and R both tip to the right a bit, but maybe you could shore them up with punctuation.
Alterother, Feb 24 2012
  

       [w]
[i]
[l]
[l]
[y}
pocmloc, Feb 24 2012
  

       ...H..H
...HHH
...H..H

.....A
...AAA
.A.....A

W..W...W
.WWWW
..W...W

.....A
...AAA
.A.....A

.....I
.....I
.....I

.....I
.....I
.....I


...is more along the lines that simonj is thinking, I believe. Skinny letters at the bottom score higher than big, fat, stable ones. +
DrBob, Feb 24 2012
  

       [L]
[l]
[a]
[n]
[e]
[l]
[l]
[i]
pocmloc, Feb 24 2012
  

       So, "Scrabble" meets "Jenga" ?
8th of 7, Feb 24 2012
  

       [p]
[i]
[c]
[a]
[l]
[i]
[l]
[l]
[i]
pocmloc, Feb 24 2012
  

       g
n
i
i
k
s
MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 24 2012
  

       Finally. Making the letters into square blocks sort of defeats the purpose.
rcarty, Feb 24 2012
  
      
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