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If you’re more of a film fanatic than a wordsmith, we’ve got just the game for you.
Popular brainteaser Wordle has all but taken over the internet, and now there’s a version for movie buffs.
Each day, cinephiles will be given six movie stills and six chances to guess the name of the film they are from.
If you guess incorrectly, you’ll be presented with another image.
By the end, you should (hopefully) have enough clues to guess the correct movie if you didn’t get it sooner.
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When you want to make a guess, start typing it into the space provided and the site will auto-generate several titles for you to choose from.
It already seems to be quite the hit as it's been roundly welcomed by Twitter:
movie wordle is so much better than that other wordle https://framed.wtf/ — Jerry the expert (@Jerry the expert)
Now this is a wordle version I can get behind \n\nFramed #18\n \n\nhttps://framed.wtf — Derek Lieu (@Derek Lieu)
Move over Wordle, this is my new jam:\n\nFramed #18\n \n\nhttps://framed.wtf — Sam Hardacre \ud83c\uddea\ud83c\uddfa (@Sam Hardacre \ud83c\uddea\ud83c\uddfa)
If you're not playing 'Framed' - Wordle but with film screenshots (kinda) - I highly recommend it \n\nhttps://framed.wtf/\u00a0\n\nBit of fun, bit of funpic.twitter.com/ett2NiDMZO — Ali Plumb (@Ali Plumb)
I like it!\n\nI clearly suck at it, but I like it!\n\nFramed #18\n \n\nhttps://framed.wtf — Michael Brockbanks (@Michael Brockbanks)
Give it a go yourself by visiting the Framed website.
If you’re a fan of these kinds of puzzles, check out our picks of the 17 best Wordle alternatives.
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