A popular form of word guessing, Nurdle requires players to identify male and female cricketers who have participated in many ODIs, T20Is, or Tests. The game was made to appeal to cricket fans and word game players alike by providing a fun and challenging way to test players' cricket knowledge.
The goal of the game is to correctly guess a cricketer's name within a set number of guesses (often 6). Each problem has a cricketer's name on it, and players have to choose either the cricketer's first name or last name as their guess. The objective of the game is to guess the names of cricket players who have played a considerable number of One-Day Internationals (ODIs), Twenty-Over Internationals (T20s), or Tests. A change in color for the tiles that represent the letters of the guessed name after each guess indicates how accurate the guess was.