Honing your Wordle skills takes time, effort, and a surprising amount of research. But an interesting tool called WordleBot can help streamline things a bit. Developed by The New York Times, WordleBot expands upon your Wordle stats and analyzes your daily performance, helping you see how certain choices affect your game.
You’ve played Wordle, but have you ever heard of Worldle? Confusing names, I know, but Worldle is a daily guessing game that focuses on countries, not words. And unless you’re a geography genius, it will make you question all those years you spent in school.
Let’s be honest—at this point, there are probably more Wordle clones and alternatives than there are weird versions of Monopoly. But that’s fine. After all, Wordle is fun and it always leaves us wanting more. Thankfully, Hurdle serves up five rounds of Wordle.
It’s fair to say that pretty much everyone has heard of Wordle at this point. It’s also fair to say that folks have heard of all the Wordle clones out there. But what about clones of those clones? This new game is based on Heardle, and you’ll need to guess a video game song.
Apparently, no one is bored of word games yet, and that’s fine by us. We’re huge fans of Wordle and all of its clever spin-off games. The newest variant to enter the arena is Periodle, and we’re crossing our fingers we remember that semester of Chemistry we took back in freshman year.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve likely heard of Wordle, the popular word game that’s taken the Internet by storm. And while plenty of clever Wordle alternatives have popped up in the game’s wake, this one—Waffle—is by far the tastiest of them all!
Word games have been all the rage this year, with the likes of Wordle and its many equally fun alternatives taking over everyone’s social media feeds. So it shouldn’t come as any surprise that Scrabble (aka, the ultimate word game) is now available to play digitally.
After taking the world and internet by storm earlier this year, Wordle is now owned by the New York Times. And while it remains largely the same addicting game and productivity killer, your favorite Wordle archive just got shut down.
We’ve covered all the best Worlde alternatives, including Quordle, a game where you’re forced to guess four words at once. But a new game called Heardle turns the word-guessing formula on its head—instead of guessing a new word each day, you guess a popular song.
Unless you’re a total wordsmith, multi-tasking while playing Wordle is basically impossible. But you know what’s even harder? Multi-tasking Wordle with three other games of Wordle. That’s the idea behind Quordle, a new game that’s (unfortunately) made me too tired to finish my workday.