Each player draws on their own paper, a table of evenly spaced 5x5 boxes, like a small empty crossword table (you can find a readymade one below).
Players take turns saying a letter. Each player place the letter on their game sheet in a box of their choice.
In a variant of the game, players can also say ‘blank’ instead of saying a letter. In that case, all players place a blank in a box of their choice. But it's advisable that the number of
blanks are kept limited (max 2).
The aim is to lay the letters with craft such that the player can form as many and long words as possible on the sheet.
After all boxes are filled, players score a point for each letter of a meaningful word they formed vertically or horizontally.