If you’re new to Wordle or just can’t get enough of it, your experience doesn’t have to stop at one puzzle a day.
A Duke University student has created a website archiving previous Wordle puzzles, allowing players to dive into the dozens of word puzzles they’ve missed.
Wordle is a web-based puzzle game in which users have six tries to guess a five-letter word. The letters change color to indicate how far you are from solve the puzzle.
The game has grown in popularity as users flock to social media to share their daily results, highlighted by a grid of multicolored squares detailing the path players took to solve or incorrectly guess the day’s puzzle.
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Ancient Word Puzzles
The puzzle changes daily, which means users cannot go back and revisit old Wordles.
Enter Devang Thakkar, a PhD student at Duke who created a Wordle archive of previous Wordle puzzles using the open-source tool GitHub.
“Like many people on this website, I love my Daily Wordles,” Thakkar wrote on Twitter. “But if you forget to make one, there’s no way to go back. So I decided to make one.”
There have been 222 Wordle puzzles through Friday, so new players can access dozens of previous Wordle puzzles.
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