How to Play
You need to make words out of your 35 letters.
You can use each letter once.
Select letters in any order to make words.
When you're done, press
to confirm a
or cancel with
You can enter words with the keyboard. See the Tips page for more info.
When you can't make any more words, you are given a score:
WORD COUNT + LONGEST LENGTH + AVERAGE LENGTH - LETTERS LEFT OVER
You can compare your score with par and global best scores, and share it with others.
Tips and Hints
Words can be 2-15 letters long.
You can repeat words.
The Confirm button will only appear when you've made a valid word.
You can type with your keyboard. Backspace deletes a letter.
Enter confirms. Escape cancels. Space
The letter grid is the same for everyone, every day.
It's always possible to use all the letters.
The par score is based on the words used to build the grid of letters.
The best score is based on all standard games played today by anyone.
There's no guarantee that ★★★ is achievable every day.
Bonus Information and Game Modes
There are 448,400 valid words.
You can do things with the web address to change how the game plays. Try these links:
Random letters every time
Grid sizes 20
Check the Tips page after changing word list.
Different word lengths might be allowed.
Daily scores are not saved when playing other game modes.
Reset to defaults
Gramble was built by Andy Harsent in January 2022.
The name comes from a combination of the scramble
d letters and the aim to use all the letters
as with an anagram
. It's also been said you ramble
around the grid trying to work out
which letters from the alphabet are actually there.
It's always possible to use all the letters because each grid is not random; it is created from the list
of words behind the scenes. You can find out what score you'd get with these words by looking at the grid score
(or par) at the bottom of the Stats page or the par when you finish a game.
Gramble takes inspiration, particularly in the sharing feature at the end of a game, from
While still a word game, Gramble offers very different gameplay, but is designed around the same
concept of there being a new puzzle every day which is the same for everyone.
Earn up to three ★ to go with your score
A word at least as long as the longest par word
Beat the par score
Today's specific goal:
Do something amazing
Today's Global Best Score