Adverswordle is a spoof of Wordle in which a computer program attempts to predict the five-letter word that you provide. When the game provides an answer, the player indicates whether or not a certain letter belongs in the word by clicking on it. In this entertaining twist on the Wordle, you go up against an artificial intelligence in an attempt to outsmart it. If you're looking for a way to stop guessing for a moment and put your brain to work, this is a great game for you.
Right, so now you need to come up with a word. Think of a word that would be challenging for someone to guess. This word actually exists. The minimum acceptable length of a valid word is five letters. Then, the computer or AI will make some educated guesses, and it will be up to you to record which letters it got correct and whether or not they were in the right spots. When an AI or computer correctly guesses a letter's location, the light turns green. However, it will become yellow if the correct letter is not placed in the correct place. The only difference is that Wordle flips the traditional roles.
The AI adapts to the new data, learning from its previous efforts. Adverswordle differs from previous Wordle clones in that players are not graded on whether or not the AI correctly guesses their word. It all comes down to how many times the computer gets it right. In this game, the higher the number of correct guesses, the higher the score.
However, unlike Wordle, there is no limit to the amount of guesses that can be made via Adverswordle. For this reason, it's not enough to simply win in a short amount of time (preferably under five rounds). Instead, you're testing the AI's patience by keeping it in the dark for as long as possible. The AI will eventually guess the correct word because there are no constraints on the references it can utilize. Be wary; if you try to make up words or deceive the system, you will immediately lose. Then, tell the truth.
Adverswordle, much like Wordle, can only be played once each day. After you play, you can upload your high scores immediately to Reddit or Discord to brag about.