We attempted to play the game Antiwordle, which can only be played in daily mode, and we persevered until we were successful. It's challenging to refrain from making predictions regarding the word of the day in this game. You know how you feel about those green blocks on your social media profile. Try Antiwordle out. Antiwordle wants you to guess the word as many times as you can to avoid it, whereas Wordle wants you to guess a word every day in as few attempts as possible. The letters will turn gray, yellow, or red if your guess is correct. Red means the letter is present in the word exactly where it should be and cannot be moved, while yellow means the letter is present in the word and must be considered in every subsequent guess. The letter is missing from the word and cannot be used again, as shown by the color gray.
Wow, that sounds really simple! The game contains guidelines that must be obeyed, and adding dictionary words makes it harder. You can find out why this anti-word game is so popular and why it's more difficult than wordle if you give it a try.
How to play
- The following word that contains the red letter must go there once it is in the appropriate place.
- When a letter is highlighted in yellow, it indicates that you must use it, but not in the same place as you did before, in the following word.
- You won't be able to use any of the grayed-out letters in the next word because you already know they don't exist.
- Your objective in Antiwordle is to fail.