Redactle is a popular and easily replicable puzzle game in which you get six guesses to reveal the solution. Redactle is one of the most recent hits to emerge from the Wordle-induced Cambrian bloom of independent guessing games.
Though Redactle(opens in new tab) provides basic words (such as 'of,' 'the,' and 'in') up front, you are virtually in the dark when you first start. And because you have no idea what the topic is — all you know is that it's one of Wikipedia's 10,000 'important' articles(opens in new tab) — it's unclear what kinds of phrases to assume first.
As you play a word, it shows on the right side of the screen with a count of the number of times it appears in the article, if it appears at all. Of course, it's also given within the page, so you can begin to decipher entire words and get hints about what else to guess. Additionally, you can click on a word in the list to navigate to each occurrence.
The only similarities are that it is played online, that it is free, and that there is only one game every day. Once you've discovered the answer, you're provided with some statistics, including your number of guesses, your accuracy (how many terms you accurately guessed were in the article), and how these numbers compare to those of everyone else who has played the game that day.