‘Wordle’ Archive lets you play all previous word games
Did you make it through the day today wordle and addressed all wordle clones and alternatives? Well, you can finally play the entire archive of the game thanks to the aptly titled wordle Archive website.
The Free Daily Word Game wordle exploded in popularity in early 2022 despite having no app and only allowing players to tackle one puzzle per day. Both were intentional choices, because wordle founder Josh Wardle say it BBC, so fans can’t spend too much time on it. As such, the previous puzzles are not available on the official website.
“wordle is very simple and you can play it in three minutes – and that’s all you get,” Wardle said in his BBC interview. “There’s also no advertising and I don’t do anything with your data – and that’s also quite deliberate.”
Nothing golden can remain, however, and the New York Times bought wordle just weeks after it went viral. While the game will “initially” remain free, it won’t be forever. We also don’t know if the Time will host its own archive or try to have it removed offline.
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For now, however, you don’t have to worry about a Time paywall with wordle Archive – or stick to one set per day. Computational biologist Devang Thakkar builds the archive, and even includes dark and colorblind modes. Now you can replay days that left you puzzled or practice your skills for upcoming games.
What wordlethe future of Time anyone guesses, but for now we are free to enjoy this archive of past puzzles uninterrupted.