Great fun, and nicely educational, but beware the Spanish and American influences.
This is the same game as Flash Scrabble (Electronic Scrabble Flash Cubes
The different letter tiles communicate by LEDs in teh sides, so when you place them in a line, tehy know the order, and so can recognise the words made. And at the end, it uses the order to tell you the best word, or the score you've achieved.
Three games: each can be played with four or five letters.
First game provides a set of letters that have to be combined into the maximum number of words. After a time interval (depends on the number of letters) the round ends, and when you line up the tiles, it tells you the score you achieved, and the maximum you could have achieved. It is this game that shows the foreign influences, with LAS, RAS, NOS etc beiong accepted words.
Second game provides one player with a set of letters to combine into a word; once found, the letters change, and a new word needs to be found. After a time interval, the count of words found is displayed.
Third game is similar to the second game, but after the word is found, it pauses with "NEXT" (to allow the tiles to be passed on) and once the button shows the next letters, the timer is restarted. This game is apparently recommended for two players, but can probably be used for many more; you just have to restart the game 3 and carry on if it stops after one or two drop-outs.
So, yes, great; I love it, my grandson loves it, and the entertainment just keeps on coming.