Wordle Fans “Convinced This Game Is Just Based On Luck” As They Get To Grips With Today’s Word
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Wordle fans are “convinced this game is just based on luck” as they’ve gotten to grips with today’s word.
Players of the daily word game, which was recently taken over by The New York Times, have taken to Twitter to share their joy at the shockingly “easy” word on 22nd February 2022.
Warning: Wordle 248 spoilers ahead
Hel took to the social media platform to share their results, which saw them correctly guessing the word in just two attempts, while they penned: “I'm convinced this game is just based on luck”.
Meanwhile, another branded today’s puzzle as “easy smh [sic]”, after decoding the word in three tries.
Another user managed to guess Wordle 248, which was “thorn”, in just two attempts and felt very proud of themselves.
“It took me like 20 min to do my first one yesterday and i did this today. i’m literally a god [sic]”, T said.
Ronnie similarly wrote: “Excuse me how was this such a good guess?” while another player added, “NY Times being very extra with these words recently”.
A different user, however, reflected that “wordle makes me think i’m smart [sic]”.
I'm convinced this game is just based on luck— ⊹ hel ⊹ 🕊 (@97hellboy) February 22, 2022
Wordle 248 2/6
Wordle 248 3/6— .real (@realMATTure) February 22, 2022
Wordle 248 2/6— T ✮ (@taranurkamal) February 22, 2022
it took me like 20 min to do my first one yesterday and i did this today. i’m literally a god
Wordle 248 3/6— Ronnie 🍊🍓 (@boofairi) February 22, 2022
Excuse me how was this such a good guess ???
Wordle 248 3/6— Sk_ally_wag (@sk_ally_wag) February 22, 2022
NY Times being very extra with these words recently 😁
The “easy” Wordle comes after users previously accused the creators of using “a stupidly easy word in yesterday’s game to “mess with” users.
The latest Wordle reaction comes around a week after the game was taken over by The New York Times after the original creator, Josh Wardle, sold the game for a currently unknown seven-figure amount.