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Reversle

Reversle is the Wordle game in reverse mode. That is, the solution is already present in the grid when you join the game. The challenge is to play the game as though you were tracing your steps to the solution.

Time (seconds) to solve the puzzle determines scoring. Kiru developed the game independently. Kiru's Twitter bio calls him a "recursive problem solver," so it's no surprise that the Wordle algorithm's linear paradigm would stimulate his passion to pulverize it through a recursive form of programming. Reversle, a game about replaying moves to match the rules, is the result.

How to play

The game requires guessing to solve, like Wordle. Reversle is just Wordle with the goal of producing right "wrong" guesses with entirely wrong or partially correct letters.

  • Like most Wordle games, Reversle requires correct guesses. With the answer in the "all green" 5th row, players must navigate around the grid's "fixed" yellow or green tiles.
  • In Reversle, you have four attempts to solve a 5-letter word on a 5×5 grid. When you finish the puzzle, the system adds up your time to complete each row to your score.
  • Reversle's green, gray, and yellow feedback mimics Wordle's. The game's suggestions are static yellow and green tiles, so you must adjust your predictions to fit them.

 

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Word Games

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