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If you have more of an ear for music than an eye for words, Heardle might just be the game for you.
The new Wordle-like game gives players the chance to guess a song by listening to its intro.
Players can skip or make guesses to unlock more of the tune, but the goal is to guess the song in as few tries as possible.
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The game’s songs are taken from a list of the most-streamed songs in the past decade, so you’re likely to be familiar with the intros to most of the songs.
Heardle appears to have hit all the right notes on Twitter too, with people now sharing their Heardle score in the same way we’ve seen people share their Wordle results.
One Twitter user joked: “They wordlefied Name That Tune and I'm on board.”
Another quipped: “This is by far my favorite Wordle variant.”
My kind of carrying on\n#Heardle #8\n\n\n\n As soon as the beat dropped\u2026pic.twitter.com/PqsG37cOeX — Melissa Jenkins, MS (MJ) (@Melissa Jenkins, MS (MJ))
Heardle is one of the many Wordle-inspired games we’ve seen pop up in recent weeks.
There’s Worldle for geography lovers, an NSFW version of Wordle called Lewdle, and for those who find Wordle too easy, there is Quordle.
If you’re a fiend for these types of puzzles, check out our picks for the 17 best alternatives to Wordle.
Give Heardle a go for yourself by visiting Heardle.app.
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