TypeShift is a great companion to Wordle but does have a bit more focus and direction. It has a huge number of puzzles included to binge with plenty of modes.By moving letters up and down,words need to be created using the available combinations.
Having two main modes: Blitz and Squabble Royale ,the game has rules otherwise the same as Wordle, with the twist being that every word you guess correctly deals damage to an opponent and heals you, but wrong guesses causes damage to your own game.
A more competitive game than Wordle, the player and opponent are given a set of letters similar to Scrabble tiles set in a hexagon that connects in order to form words. The larger the words are formed, the more damage is done.
SpellTower is a little bit like Boggle and Tetris wrapped into one.A grid of letters is given in , as one would be playing Tetris, with the goal to connect any adjacent letters together to form words.Whatever letters are connected into words will disappear, dropping any letters above them down.
In this game, a song is chosen from a list of popularly streamed artists, one second of the song is played and you have to name the song. There are six guesses that are auto-completed to avoid wrong guesses based on typos and things like that.
This geography-based Wordle spinoff gives six tries to guess the country or territory shown. There are options to make the game harder by either not showing the country or rotating the country shown randomly. Worldle is available on any web browser.
Framed is yet another awesome twist on the guessing game genre. This game shows you a single frame of a movie for each guess starting out fairly obscure.Film fanatics will love testing their knowledge and memory while trying a shot at this game.
Essentially, a crossword puzzle with sudoku rules.The ultimate goal is to fill the entire structure with words, following the restrictions of specific tiles and making sure each row and column form a real word - it being incredibly simple to pick up.
For more of a numbers person, Primel is their game. Only one puzzle a day, what makes this game even more frustrating though is the game only accepts prime numbers as guesses, that alone is difficult. You can play Primel on any web browser.