New ‘Heardle’ app is like ‘Wordle’ but for music
move wordle, there’s a new sheriff in town. An application called Heardle was released, but instead of guessing five-letter words, players guess a song after listening to progressively longer snippets of the track.
wordle recently took the world by storm. The guessing game challenges players to guess a five letter word. They have six tries to get it right, with the color of the tiles changing to show how close you are to the word after each guess.
Heardle players listen to the song’s intro, with incorrect or skipped guesses unlocking more of the song. The goal is to guess correctly in as few tries as possible so you can share your score and make all your social media followers jealous. As wordle, you can only guess one Heardle one day.
On the About Game page, Heardle says they are “a respectful tribute to wordlewith a musical touch.”
“Each Heardle is randomly selected from a list of the most-streamed songs over the past decade,” they explain. “Much love (and all relevant copyrights) to all featured artists.”
Players can also search for artists and song titles to get an idea of the pool of answers available. Unfortunately, artists like Metallica, Slipknot, and Rammstein don’t seem to feature in the game. But, Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit,” Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams,” and the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Californication” are all in the game bank. answers.
Do you try to Heardle here. Let us know if you guessed the song correctly.
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