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|First appearance||"Fry and the Slurm Factory" (1ACV13)|
The Three-dimensional scrabble (or 3-D scrabble for short) is a 31st century version of Scrabble. It has little tables each one above the other. The rules may be the same of Scrabble: choosing letters and putting them on the tables to form words.
- It is a reference to "Three-dimensional chess" from Star Trek.