Adversary Wordle, or Adverswordle for short, is an adversarial variation of Wordle in which a bot guesses the five-letter word you are considering. When the game provides an answer, the player clicks on each letter to indicate whether it belongs in the word, does not belong in the word, or does not belong at all. The AI learns from each outcome and modifies its behaviour accordingly. Unlike other Wordle clones that require players to pass or fail, Adverswordle offers points based on the time it takes the AI to predict each player's word. This is a nice game if you want to take a break from guessing for a little while and act as the mastermind.
How to play the Adverswordle game?
Now you must consider a word. Try to think of a word that is obscure and difficult to guess. This is an actual word. As long as the word contains five letters, it is acceptable. The AI or computer will next make estimates, and you will need to record whether letters are correct and whether they are in the correct position. Turn the light green if the computer or AI guesses the correct letter in the correct location. However, if the correct letter is not in the correct location, it will turn yellow. In Wordle, though, the roles are reversed.
The game is over when the computer gets the word right. The final score is based on how many times the computer guesses the right answer. The score goes up as people try to guess.
Wordle, on the other hand, can only make so many guesses. Adverswordle, on the other hand, can make as many guesses as it wants. So, your goal isn't just to beat your opponent in less than five tries. Instead, you're trying to keep the AI guessing for as long as possible. Since there are no limits on what can be used as a reference, it is just a matter of time, or guesses, before the AI guesses the right word. Be careful, because you will lose right away if you try to make up words or trick the system. So, be truthful!
Like Wordle, Adverswordle can be played once a day. After you play, you can also share your scores directly on social media sites like Reddit and Discord.
If you type "TRIAL," for example, the AI will guess "BIRDS." After putting a yellow mark on the "I" and "R," you must click "submit." Then, Adverswordle's AI might guess "THEIR," and you would mark the "T" in green and the "I" and "R" in yellow. The AI then says "TRY," and you mark all the letters as green. Then you will get 3 points because the computer had to try three times before it got it right. The AI can make as many guesses as it wants, and the person who made it said they got a score of 12 as their best. Enjoy!