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At this point, there are enough games like Wordle to satisfy just about anyone - even those who aren't very fond of them.word puzzle. Keep scrolling for 36 of the web's most fun and creative Wordle alternatives.
WordPlay is like Wordle - six tries for a five-letter word - but you can play as many times as you like.
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Dordle is also similar to Wordle, but you have seven tries to guess two five-letter words. Each guess appears in both boxes - so as you get closer to solving one word, you often have to type in letters that you know won't help you solve the other.
Quordle, Octordle and Sedecordle work the same way, but you are trying to guess four, eight and 16 words respectively.
If you're tired of guessing five-letter words, check out Hello Wordl. You can choose the number of letters in the word, from four to eleven. (But you still only have six tries to guess correctly.)
Speedle is pretty much the same game, but the goal is to get to the answer as quickly as possible. In addition to the timer, there are several other settings you can change to make the game easier or harder depending on your interests.
Wordle tells you exactly which letters are in the right places and which ones need to be moved. Barrier, on the other hand, just tells you how many letters are correctly placed and how many need to be moved - it's up to you to figure out which letters it refers to. You have eight tries to guess the five-letter word.
Crossword is essentially reverse Wordle. You get a grid full of gray, yellow and green blocks with only the last word filled in. Your task is to work backwards, filling the entire grid with wrong answers.
Adverswordle is another type of reverse wordle: you think of a five-letter word and a bot tries to guess it. You are responsible for figuring out how many letters are green, yellow and gray for each guess.
Waffle offers a waffle-shaped grid of cross-hatched letters highlighted in green, yellow, or gray. In 15 moves or less, you must swap the letters so that they form three horizontal words and three vertical words.
Like Wordle, Absurdle involves guessing a five-letter word. But unlike Wordle, this word changes over time. Suppose you start withTo dream. The AI finds all possible solutions that don't contain any of those letters – which are a lot – and hides the entire word. so you guessDetour. If there are still possible solutions that do not containTo dreamorDetour, your second guess will also be all grey. When the letters disappear, the AI will eventually only be able to find solutions for themagaincontains some of your guessed letters and should give you some green and yellow blocks. This continues until you guess the only word left. When there's more than one possible solution, the AI essentially forces you to keep guessing until there isn't one. (Fortunately, you can guess endlessly.)
Spelling Bee hosted byDie New York Times, offers a collection of six gray and one yellow letters. You need to find as many four-letter (or more) words as possible using these letters - they must all contain the yellow letter. In each game there is at least one word that contains all seven letters.
Guess the song based on its beginning. For every wrong guess, Heardle will play a little more of the intro.
Article, created by the National Gallery of Art, shows a work of art from the gallery's collections and asks you to guess the artist. For each wrong answer, you will see a different work by the same artist.
Framed asks you to guess the movie based on a single frame. For every wrong choice (you get six), you see another board.
Box Office Game is another fun puzzler for movie fans. You will be shown theTheatrekasseEarnings (and some other stats) for the top five movies in theaters for a given weekend. You have a total of 1000 points to spend on clues - gender, actor, etc. - that will help you guess what it is about.
Weather enthusiasts will love Cloudle, which names a city and challenges you to guess its next five-day forecast in six tries. Your options are similar to the icons you would see on a realprediction: sunny, cloudy, partly cloudy, etc.
Worldle shows the outline of a country and offers six attempts to guess it. Each wrong guess tells you the distance between your country and the right country (plus the direction you would need to get there).
Globle also lets you guess a country, which is displayed on an interactive globe in a color that represents how close you are to the correct country. Colors range from light orange to dark red; The closer you are, the redder the earth becomes.
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With Nerdle you have six attempts to guess a basic equation that can involve addition, subtraction, multiplication and/or division. None of the eight blocks are filled from the start, so try to figure out the numbers.ethe symbols.
Numberle is the same basic premise, but whereas Nerdle allows you to use the commutative property - e.g. (2 + 4 = 6) is the same as (4 + 2 = 6) - Numberle requires your answers to be in a specific order.
Chessle shows a chessboard and offers six attempts to guess the opening moves for both players. Green means you got it right; Yellow means the move is correct, but the location or player is not.
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Lordle of the Rings is like Wordle where you try to guess a five-letter word in six tries. Unlike Wordle, all these words come fromJ.R.R. they Tolkien Lord of the RingsTrilogy.
star WarsFans have two Wordle clones to play with: SWordle and Star Wordle offer six tries to guess a five-letter wordstar wars universe.
Holy Swift Podcast created Taylordle for Swifties who have six triessayinga four to eight letter word somehow related toTaylor Swiftdiscography or career.
BTS fans also have their own word: they have six attempts to guess a five-letter word related to the K-pop band.
With Squirdle you have eight tries to guess whichPokémon. Each time you guess wrong, you discover what the correct creature has in common with yours - things like type, size and generation.
Who are you? is very similar to Squirdle, but forFootballfans. Guess a football player from any of the top five European leagues (England's Premier League, Spain's La Liga, Germany's Bundesliga, Italy's Serie A and France's Ligue 1) and you'll discover what that player has in common with the correct answer - team, position, nationality etc.
Jewdle was created byshalom, an organization dedicated to “promoting inclusive Jewish living and learning” in the Jewish community of Sydney, Australia. You have six tries to guess a six-letter word which "can range from English to Hebrew and Yiddish to Aramaic and everything in between," the site explains. “Try text names, holidays, slang, prayers, anything you can think of. Every Jewish word is fair game in Jewdle!”
Queerdle players have six tries to guess a four- to eight-letter word related to the LGBTQIA+ community. "Occasionally, two words can be put together if I want to," says creator Jordan Bouvier in thewebsite, where you'll also find a form for suggesting words to add to the list of acceptable guesses.
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Sweardle is specifically designed for four-letter swear words that you need to guess in just four tries. Lewdle is a little wider, allows for slightly longer words, and covers alldirty wordsconceivable.
With Passwordle, you only have six attempts to guess a 12-digit characterpassword: a random combination of letters (does not contain dictionary words), numbers and special characters. It's incredibly difficult, that's the point. Like developer Ashley Knowlesexplainedon Reddit: "I did this because I work in security and I thought it would be a fun little lesson to talk about password security."
Redactle offers an edited Wikipedia page that you gradually reveal by guessing the words it contains. Prohibitedbattle, for example, and each instance of the wordbattleit doesn't get dark. You win as soon as you guess the page title.