It seems like only yesterday that Wordle had come out of nowhere to take the world by storm
But if the brain teasing language challenge has gone stale for you, or has left you frustrated with its choice of words, we have compiled a list of some of the best alternatives.
Whether you would prefer a tougher challenge, something with a little bit of pop culture, or a geographical take on the game, there are plenty of options to choose from.
wordle, heardle, and worldle waiting for me at midnight every night pic.twitter.com/nACltdeAVL
— chase (@pegmeijustine) March 19, 2022
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it's so funny how easy this game is lmfaohttps://t.co/ifCh8RJ60K
— largest rodent (@capybaroness) March 27, 2022
The first on our list is a relatively new one, and one for the film buffs.
You are presented with a frame from a movie. If you don’t get it in your go you are given a different frame from the same movie and so on. You get six different frames in total.
Check it out here.
Another one for the culture heads.
In this game you are given a second long audio clip of a song and six guesses, and can request to play an extra second of the song.
Most of the songs chosen are bangers, and we would highly recommend checking it out here.
someone who’s good at time management… this is my morning routine please tell me why i’m always late
1. wake up
10. brush teeth
12. get dressed
13. eat breakfast
14. go to work
— adderachel (@adderachel) March 21, 2022
This is one for the geography fans among us.
You are given the outline of a country’s shape and six guesses. After each guess you are told how the country is from your guess and in what direction.
Today’s answer was particularly difficult. See if you can get it here.
— Lawyer Cat Objects to Russia (@AppleCiderRadio) March 30, 2022
Wordle but with four words and eight guesses. It can be a bit of brain melter at times, and requires your upmost concentration.
See here if you are up to the challenge.
FOCLACH 65 - 5/6
Wordle 284 X/6 😭
— Cian O'Reilly 🇮🇪🇪🇺 (@CianOReilly2003) March 30, 2022
Wordle as Gaeilge, and a brilliant initiative to promote out native language.
If you feel like the Irish you learnt in school is on the wane, this is a great way to improve again. Or if you are an experienced speaker, it is a fun way to test your fluency.
Check it out here.