It is estimated that some three million people around the world play Wordle, a kind of crossword puzzle in which we have to guess a five-letter word in six attempts, and whose result you can share on social networks. If you like this type of entertainment and this option is not enough for you, here we offer five games like Wordle to continue having a good time..
Another of Wordle's tricks to 'hook' so many users is that it is only updated once a day, which generates virality (everyone has the same challenge every 24 hours) and expectation. We have to find out a five-letter word through different clues: we place a word at random and the program reveals to us which letters the one we have to guess contains, and tells us if they are placed correctly in the correct place. Once done, we must wait a full day to play again . Therefore, if the wait is long for you, these are five alternatives based on the same way of playing.
Heardle is the 'wordle' for music lovers. In this game, instead of a word, we have to guess a song with a progressive listening, of just a few seconds. We have six chances to hit it. Every time we fail, a little more of the theme is played. A 'wordle' that will put your musical knowledge to the test.
If ours is cinema and not music, once we have completed the 'wordle' of the day we can go to Framed, which will test our visual acuity and knowledge of movies . This time we have seven opportunities to guess the title of the feature film through as many frames of the film in question.
It is the turn of Nerdle, the 'wordle' of numbers. Instead of having to guess a word, we have to guess a mathematical operation by putting numbers in the cells. This time, figures that do appear in the original calculation but are misplaced will appear in burgundy. If the number is correctly placed, it will be displayed in green. And if it does not appear, in black.
Be careful, because the name of this game, Worldle, is very similar to the original Wordle, but this time the game of words in English refers not to 'word', excuse the redundancy, but to 'world'. And it is that we find ourselves with a geography game : we will have to guess the country that is shown to us through the silhouette of its map. Are we experts in this matter? Worldle is our game.
5. Absurd him
We end the list of alternatives to Wordle with a game quite similar to this one, but with a twist that makes it even more difficult: it's Absurdle. We have to guess a word too, but it changes every time we try . The letters that are well placed will appear in green and we will have infinite attempts.
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