The New York Times has gone "off book" again, and added its second brand-new word to the Wordle answer list, changing the possible list of answers for the second time!
Over a year after purchasing Wordle, the New York Times has added a brand-new word to the Wordle answer list, changing the possible list of answers for the first time!
Wordle caused some consternation among its players by having RIPER be an answer, but more amazingly, while RIPER was an answer, WIPER is not eligible to be a Wordle answer!
The New York Times has now officially taken control of what the answers will be on Wordle, breaking from the original set list of words that existed since the game began
See how the New York Times changed the Wordle answer in celebration of Thanksgiving.
The New York Times has finally decided to put ads on its free-to-use Wordle game, and honestly, more power to them.
The New York Times made its first major change to its setup with Wordle, but it is an optional change that cleverly plays right into Wordle player interests.
Spotify has made a good move by purchasing Heardle, but it has to handle the transition to the new company a lot better than it has so far