Jumble: That Scrambled Word Game was launched in June 1954. It was created by Bob Lee (the word puzzles) and Henri Arnold (the cartoons). It quickly became the leading word puzzle in newspapers after the daily crossword puzzle and has kept its position at the top since. More than 60 million people in over 600 newspapers in the United States and Canada have access to Jumble every day. It is also in English-language papers in other parts of the world.

The classic daily and Sunday Jumbles haven't changed since launch. They are currently created by Mike Argirion (the word puzzles) and Jeff Knurek (the cartoons). What has changed are the places and ways people can play Jumble. Classic Jumble and new variations such as Jumble Crosswords, Jumble Word Vault, Jumble Solitaire, Jumble Jong and others are now available as online games. Later in 2008, they'll also be able for playing on Mobile devices and as downloadable PC games.

Just released in 2009 is the first ever Jumble game for the Nintendo DS. It features classic Jumble puzzles with cartoon clues, Jumble Crosswords and a unique adventure game. In 2007, Hasbro introduced a simple but addictive Jumble electronic game on a key chain device.

Print Jumble puzzles, currently published by Triumph Books in Chicago, can be bought in almost any bookstore or on the Barnes & Noble and Borders Web sites. A Jumble board game has just been produced by Imagination Games and will be available at Toys 'R' Us in Spring 2008.

Stay tuned for more ways to Jumble in 2009, including board and card games, new electronic and mobile games, kids activities and other great games and products.