Watch out Words with Friends, there's a new Scrabble variation in town, and it's fontastic. California designer Andrew Clifford Capener set out to reinvent the beloved board game in a way that would excite people about typography. His concept was to replace the familiar bleached-wood, monofont letter tiles with rich walnut versions in a variety of typefaces. An additional design tweak: all of the game components would be magnetized, an innovation that anyone who has lost that lone "Z" or "K" can appreciate. Hasbro was impressed and tapped one of its licensees to manufacture Scrabble Typography in a limited edition of 1,200. Slated to ship in August, the sets ($199) are going fast, but have no fear, font fans: we hear that a lower-priced version is in the works.