A great companion to Wordle, this game demands more focus and direction. It includes numerous puzzles to binge with plenty of modes. Just create words by shifting the letters from the combinations available.
Quite similar to wordle, Squabble has two main modes: Blitz and Squabble Royale. It has a different scoring pattern- with each correct guess, opponent deals with damage. However , wrong guesses can lead to negative scoring too!
A more competitive game than Wordle, players and opponents are given a series of letters resembling Scrabble tiles arranged in a hexagon, which combine to form words. The larger the words are formed, the more damage is done.
A scrabble-like game with the twist of battles. Here, 15 players compete at once and can only build off the first word made. The last one standing (or spelling) wins.
SpellTower is similar to Tetris and Boggle merged into one. From a given grid of letters, players connect adjacent ones to from words. These words disappear, making any letters above them drop downwards.
A true test of your listening-game, you have to guess the song that is played for one second. Six chances are given which are auto-completed to avoid any wrong guesses.
This geography-based game gives six chances to its players to guess the country/territory correctly. It also comes with options to make levels more challenging.
Another interesting twist on the guessing game genre, Framed displays to its players a frame of a movie. for each guess. Movie freaks would definitely love this game!
Essentially, a crossword puzzle with sudoku rules. Knotwords requires its players to fill in words. It has add-ons like restricted tiles to make it challenging !
Primel is the perfect game for number- lovers. A uniquely irking element to this game is it only accepts prime numbers as its guesses, adding to its difficulty. Primel is available on any web browser.