Summary: Having been a fan of Scrabble for many years now, I had to think long and hard before shelling out my hard earned cash on the GBA version - Could a small portable console do it justice? The answer to that question is a resounding YES.
Summary: This is a great game, excellent for taking on holiday with you, and you can play up to a four player game on it and pass it round to your mates when it's their go. You can zoom in on the board for those with poor eyesight, and change the graphical style of the board too.
Summary: I agree that the Gameboy colour version is far superior and that the advance version is too easy to beat in expert level. It also seems to get stuck in a sequence of passing moves for no good reason.
Summary: Ubisoft have done an fairly impressive job of bringing the world's greatest word based board game to the GBA. The implementation and presentation are excellent, with three game types (standard, anagram and conundrum), three board styles and ten play levels.
Summary: Scrabble for Gameboy Advance is quite simply one of the best ways to while away boring train journeys. As one might expect, the graphics are a little more polished than the Gameboy Colour version.
Summary: Scrabble for the gameboy advance is not nearly as good as Scrabble for Gameboy colour. The previous version of this software allows you to save games, an essential function with what may be a long game. The Gameboy advance does not have this feature which make it pretty unusable.