Wordle - a free daily word game

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PostRe: Wordle - a free daily word game
by jawa_ » Mon Jan 29, 2024 8:52 am

jawa_ wrote:The problems seem to be on-going at Wordle, with more connection issues over this weekend. I can't connect right now...

I can't access the website again. Four days in a row... this is not the streak we wanted!

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PostRe: Wordle - a free daily word game
by Balladeer » Mon Jan 29, 2024 8:55 am

You're not missing much today TBH.

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PostRe: Wordle - a free daily word game
by rinks » Mon Jan 29, 2024 10:53 am

Wordle 954 4/6





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PostRe: Wordle - a free daily word game
by jawa_ » Mon Jan 29, 2024 1:40 pm

Managed to get onto the website.

Nearly failed again; got it in six. After three goes I had just one letter and that was in the wrong place!

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PostRe: Wordle - a free daily word game
by rinks » Wed Apr 03, 2024 4:27 pm

Got yesterday's in three, and thought that was pretty good. Then, today...

Wordle 1,019 2/6




(First guess was LEAST. Then took a chance instead of narrowing down the options.)

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PostRe: Wordle - a free daily word game
by Knoyleo » Fri May 31, 2024 8:01 am

NYT are being massive banana splits and taking legal action against the guy who runs spin off Worldle. (No, not that worldle, the other one.)

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/articles/cjrr5ee5zv8o

The owner of the hit online game Wordle is legally challenging a geography-based spinoff called Worldle.

In the filing, the New York Times, which purchased Wordle for a seven figure sum in 2022, accuses its near-namesake of "creating confusion" and attempting to capitalise on "the enormous goodwill” associated with its own brand.

But the creator of Worldle, software developer Kory McDonald, is vowing to fight back on the grounds that there are many other games with similar titles.

“There's a whole industry of [dot]LE games,” he told the BBC.

“Wordle is about words, Worldle is about the world, Flaggle is about flags," he pointed out.

The New York Times disagrees.

Worldle is “nearly identical in appearance, sound, meaning, and imparts the same commercial impression to… Wordle,” it says in its legal document.

pjbetman wrote:That's the stupidest thing ive ever read on here i think.

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