The WORDLE Bug

"There are many puzzle games available, but one in particular has generated heaps of buzz in recent months: Wordle. From starter-word discourse and posts about multicolored blocks to memes about the word game, you can’t seem to open social media without seeing something about Wordle. The game even taught us a life lesson.

Wordle asks players to figure out a five-letter word in six or fewer guesses. After each guess, the game shows gray blocks for wrong letters, yellow blocks for right letters in the wrong spot and green blocks for letters in the right spot. It’s addictive, but after you solve the daily puzzle or use up all your guesses, you have to wait until the next day to play again (unless you check out Wordle Archive)" - Source C/Net Tech

How do you keep the grey/gray matter active and working to optimum capacity?

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Wordle is a fun game and it is one of the first thing we do in the morning while we are still in bed. We have a mini competition going who is going to guess the word faster. The key is to correctly guess at least 1-2 letters on your first try. The game is British but was recently sold to NY Times with a lot of controversy around people loosing their streak and and also some of the recent word choices - aloft, caulk, bloke etc.



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I love playing Wordle Unlimited. I am not the type of personality that would be satisfied solving only one word a day. :sweat_smile: :rofl:

I play Wordle, Quordle, and Octordle every morning - love it!

For travellers, I also suggest two geography related games:

and

I also work on my Duolingo daily to keep my mind active and get ready for travel.

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Roger still prefers paper puzzles…I’m a fan of using IPad or iPhone. Lumosity free is a daily personal challenge, love Duolingo, and the mindless stuff is fun too…travel crush comes to mind. :wink:

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It’s replaced my obsession with Sudoku. I only do one sudoku a day now instead of the usual ten.

Bring them on….

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Thanks for the Globle link, that one is fun!

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