Airportle can help you remember your early-morning airport visits. The game contains six tries and was created by Scott's Cheap Flights, a travel company that gives information on low-cost plane tickets to over two million customers. Numerous individuals will likely find this mind-numbingly dull. But for travel nerds? This may be the Wordle you were searching for.
How to play the Airportle game?
Airportle is similar to the original Wordle in that players are allowed five guesses, but each day the hidden word is a three-letter IATA airport code, such as LAX or ORD. After making their initial guess, players will see the letters they selected highlighted in one of three colors: green if the letter is correct and in the correct location, yellow if the letter is in the airport code but in the incorrect location, and gray if the letter does not appear in the code. If a player fails to crack the code within six attempts, they are eliminated from play for the day.
Due to the extensive overlap of IATA codes, this variant of Wordle, which reduces a five-letter challenge to a three-letter one, is actually rather difficult. The airport must be included on the official list of airports maintained by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). There are about 20,000 unique airports in the globe, each with its own IATA code. Therefore, Airportle is pretty difficult, especially if you have no interest in airports.
Similar to Wordle, Airportle features only one daily job. If you have time to play a few more rounds, try Taylordle, BRDL, and Sweardle, which are all variations of the original game. Wordle can be played in multiple languages.