Maven was an early implementation of the Scrabble board game for the Macintosh and Windows operating systems. Its ability to analyse positions using Monte Carlo simulations, its high (but adjustable level of play) and near-perfect endgame module made it the gold standard among tournament players for many years. It was withdrawn from the market in 1996, when Hasbro Interactive bought the rights to its game engine and incorporated it into their first Scrabble CD-ROM.
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This entry to the MobyGames database was contributed by John Chew (7)
on Mar 09, 2003.