Remember the vintage Clock-A-Word game from the 1960s?

Clock-A-Word puzzle game from the 1960s

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The most exciting word game ever!

Think fast, race against the clock. Sets letters automatically. Fun for the whole family — For 2 or more players.

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Warning: Clock-A-Word is habit-forming!*

*… especially for people who love action, fun and excitement.

Clock-A-Word is the exciting new word game sensation that starts off where other word games leave off! Celebrities and personalities all over the country are already playing Clock-A-Word and agree — there’s never been any game like it!

Press the lever — a new group of letters appears — the clock starts ticking — the action begins — as you and the other players race against each other to make the longest possible word in the shortest possible time.

It’s more than just a game — it’s a challenge to the word-skill and the speed of players of all ages! But be careful — because the fun and excitement are contagious — and once you get the CLOCK-A-WORD fever… you just can’t quit playing! From Topper Games

SEE MORE: Popular vintage board games from the ’60s

Remember the old Clock-A-Word puzzle game from the '60s

Vintage Clock-A-Word word game puzzle box

Vintage Clock-A-Word word game puzzle from the 1960s


Tremendous fun for two or more players as they race to make words against the clock. ‘Scrambled’ letters are set and changed automatically. Fastest made, longest words score most points. Entirely automatic. 

Vintage games from 1966 - Clock A Word

ALSO SEE: Popular vintage board games from the ’50s

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