Players cooperate as a single team to spell words in order to rid their hands of as many letters as possible. The catch? Silent play proves challenging when one doesn't know his teammate's hand. Shh!
Vowel cards are placed in the playing area, along with several PASS cards. Players are dealt the remaining alphabet cards (consonants) and may not share them. Players take turns adding a letter to the active word until it is valid. Each turn, a player may either contribute a consonant from their hand, or use an available vowel card or PASS card. Players try to score as close to 26 points as possible.