Letter Boxed is a word game that challenges players to create words using letters arranged in a square. The game consists of a square box with four letters on each side. The objective is to use all the letters to create as many words as possible, without using the same letter more than once in a single word.
To play, a player selects a letter from each side of the square to form a word. The selected letters must be adjacent to each other on the square. For example, if the letters on the square are "A, B, C, D" on the top row, "E, F, G, H" on the right, "I, J, K, L" on the bottom, and "M, N, O, P" on the left, a player could create the word "ABCD" or "MNO" by selecting letters from the top and left sides, respectively. However, a player cannot use the same letter more than once in a single word, so they cannot create the word "MOM" using the letters M, O, and M.
Players can continue creating words until they cannot make any more words using the available letters. The game can be played alone or with others, with players taking turns selecting letters to create words. The player with the most words at the end of the game wins.