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by Ben Bleything

This is a riff on the Jumble puzzle found in many (US) newspapers. More
specifically, it's based on the game TextTwist[1], made by GameHouse[2] and
published in various places around the web.

The mechanic of TextTwist is simple. The player is given six letters and is
tasked with unscrambling those letters into as many words as possible. If the
player can use all six letters in a word, they proceed to the next round.

Your task is to build the back-end engine to run a TextTwist clone. Effectively,
this means that you must generate a list of three- to six-letter words that can
all be constructed from the same six letters. This list must contain at least
one six-letter word.

Bonus points for building a completely functional game!

	[1]: http://games.yahoo.com/games/texttwist.html (just one example, java)
	[2]: http://www.gamehouse.com/