Boggle dice shaker

Web design

Boggle Dice Shaker (Built With Javascript)

Matthew James Taylor17 June 2007
Updated 3 January 2022

I've always loved playing Boggle but I don't own the game myself.

The only time I was ever able to play was at my friend's house. But not any more...

That's right, I have now built a Boggle dice shaker with Javascript that works in any web browser. Now all you need to play is an internet connection!

Just click the 'Shake it' button to start.

                               

Title image by Rich Brooks.

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