Since Wordle appeared in our lives, surely many of you are (or are) competing with friends to see who is able to guess the word of the day in the shortest possible time and in the fewest attempts. This game became so famous in just a few days after it was released that the English version was acquired by The New York Times for a good amount of money. It also came in many languages.
Now, The New York Times has launched a new tool: the WordleBot. If you are a competitive person (even with yourself) you will love it. This bot can answer a question: are you really good at playing Wordle?
What is WordleBot?
The New York Times has launched WordleBot, an online tool designed to check your Wordle results and judge your skills. The judge is based on three categories: skill, luck, and steps or attempts.
The ability checks to see if you’ve reduced the number of times you have to try to hit to a minimum. Luck wonders if the player’s decisions removed more solutions than he or she should have expected. And the attempts are something that’s a lot easier to keep track of: how many there have been out of the six possible hits.
Introducing WordleBot, our daily Wordle companion — it'll take your Wordle every day and rate you on your Wordle skills.— Josh Katz (@jshkatz) April 7, 2022
To use it, first play Wordle. Then visit this link: https://t.co/atnY7um8cN pic.twitter.com/qjfFFhkgEg
Using the WordleBot is quite simple. You do the Wordle of the day in English, and then you go to this link. This website analyzes your daily work directly. You can also upload a screenshot of your Wordle for the bot to analyze your performance.
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