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Octordle

Guess 8 Wordles at once

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Waffle

Solve the Waffle

3.6

Quordle

Guess 4 Wordles at once

3.5

Spelling Bee

Spelling Bee is a game rose to prominence in 2018 after the New York Times published its digital version. According to the traditional rules, the game consists of a honeycomb-shaped grid of seven letters...

3.8

Wordle

Play Wordle game Unlimited

3.9

Duotrigordle

Duotrigordle is a more difficult version of Wordle for true word puzzle enthusiasts. Now, rather than guessing a single word, you must discover 32 words with 37 guesses. There will be 32 boards on the screen, but only one word can be typed at

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Who Are Ya?

Who Are Ya? is a football game that can be played in a web browser . The game can be thought of as a Wordle for football aficionados.

3.8

Anti Wordle

Anti Wordle is a type of Wordle game that can only be played in the daily mode and requires players to have a lower level of vocabulary knowledge to correctly guess the word...

3.7

Chessle

The puzzle game Chessle is a lot of fun, and it's based on chess. You have to choose an opening, and then you can view the beautiful hue. The Chessle Game is a daily game that can....

3.7

Moviedle

The game Moviedle is similar to Wordle in that you watch a short clip from a movie and try to identify which movie it is.

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Play the math-themed Wordle game called Nerdle. In contrast to the original game, you must guess hidden mathematical equations rather than words. You can enter your own algebraic equations using symbols and numbers to receive suggestions. You will have a total of six chances to figure out which equation was hidden by using numbers, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and equality. Play with equations from 5 to 12 characters and select different game lengths in the settings.

By substituting numbers and equations for letters and words in Wordle, Nerdle is a commonplace math game. TheMann0707, a Reddit member, created the game. The makers of the game dubbed it "Wordle for math geeks" and designed it with Wordle in mind. You must daily guess equations in the game's eight columns of six guesses. You receive color-coded hints for your predictions, just like in Wordle, that you can utilize to determine the correct response.

1. Enter your own equation

Enter any valid equation to begin the game and start looking for hints. You will have a total of 6 attempts to estimate the target equation. You can use integers (0–9) and arithmetic signs (+––*/=) when calculating.

2. Find out what numbers and signs are in the e quation

The target equation will have any numbers or arithmetic signs that are in the wrong position underlined in yellow. The exact location of any numbers or signs within the equation will be marked in green. The absence of certain numbers or signs in the equation is indicated by the color gray.

3. Try to solve the target equation

You must correctly guess the equation in order to win the game (all spots are green). When the game is over, it's simple to post your score on social media, copy the link, and challenge your friends!

**Conclude**

The guidelines are straightforward: In six tries, you must correctly estimate the mathematical equation. To determine what numbers and mathematical signs are in the equation, enter your own accurate equation in each line. If a number or sign is included in the equation but is in the incorrect location, it will be marked in yellow; otherwise, it will be highlighted in green. The color will be gray if the equation contains neither a number nor a sign. In six tries, can you predict the goal equation?