In all seriousness the real German language wordle sux because it's also five letter words but highly generic ones like "deine" or "ihren". Whoever is responsible for it is a real Kreativitätsallergiker.
There may be, but as far as I can tell, the Wordlebot stats all fall within the parameters of statistical liklihood.I think there is a lot of Wordle cheating going on.
Yeah, right!?!I consider using a pen and paper as cheating too. And looking at word lists?!
I don't think they haveHave they finally hidden the word of the day from the .js file?
But Peegoo, social creatures "play" too, cubs, pups, kittens etc. Playing is both competitive and instructive in many species, as well as just being plain fun, don't you think? And yes of course, connected to basic survival, not arguing thatFor every other creature on earth, all competition is directly connected to basic survival.
The spirit of the time, on the other hand, is to use a spell checker, GPS navigation, music samples, and countless other automated thinking/performing devices. It's funny how the amount of pleasure we derive from doing things ourselves seems to depend on the nature of a game or activity or at least how we perceive it with respect to our identity.I think the "spirit of the game" means sucking on a pencil stump and working it out, without Turing's help
I can usually get it in 3 or 4. A few times in 2, then I go to the teacher next door and gloat.
There used to be a game show called “Lingo,” which was basically a mashup between Wordle and Bingo. A friend of mine pretty much broke the game, and we’re all sure he cheated somehow, but he’s kept his lips sealed. Just one of his many exploits.
Yeah, this was my "mistake".I think where a lot of people go wrong is they do throwaway words just to eliminate letters.
Now I don't know.Have they finally hidden the word of the day from the .js file?