Wordle mania is sweeping the globe

PowerLanguage's Wordle is the internet's new favorite word game.


A good word game is not only great for keeping your mind stimulated and expanding your vocabulary, but it can also be an excellent tool for those learning the English language. Games like Scrabble and Words with Friends have become household names in this sphere, and a new name is now sweeping the world. Wordle is a new word game from PowerLanguage and it’s quickly gaining momentum on social media and the internet.

Wordle is a free-to-play browser-based game available on PC, smartphones, or any device that can surf the internet. Each day, players will be given six attempts to guess a 5-letter word. The word is the same for everybody and is refreshed every morning.

When players initially type a word, they will see a green box if a letter is indeed in the word and in the correct spot, a yellow box if the letter is in the word but in the incorrect spot, and a grey box if the letter is not in the word. Using this information, players must figure out what the word of the day is before they run out of attempts

The real phenomenon of Wordle comes in the way that users are sharing their results. Each day, social media platforms are flooded with posts from users showcasing their path to solving the latest word. Wordle’s share feature copies the Wordle number, how many attempts it took, as well as a graphic of box emojis that illustrates exactly how you found the word. It’s gained so much popularity that the phrase Wordle has hit trending status a couple of times on Twitter.

With such popularity, players are always eager for the next Wordle, often solving it as soon as it becomes available in the morning. It will be interesting to see if PowerLanguage has any plans to expand on the game following its smash success.

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Donovan is a young journalist from Maryland, who likes to game. His oldest gaming memory is playing Pajama Sam on his mom's desktop during weekends. Pokémon Emerald, Halo 2, and the original Star Wars Battlefront 2 were some of the most influential titles in awakening his love for video games. After interning for Shacknews throughout college, Donovan graduated from Bowie State University in 2020 with a major in broadcast journalism and joined the team full-time. He is a huge Scream nerd and film fanatic that will talk with you about movies and games all day. You can follow him on twitter @Donimals_

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