Wordle has become so popular, so fast that if you haven’t heard of this word game, then it’s likely you’re living in a cave. However, unlike most games that you can play all the time, Wordle can only be played once a day, which leaves one wanting more.


If you are one of those people who love a daily Wordle dose and wish you could play it more frequently, then you are in luck. In this article, we will share the most popular alternatives that have been dominating the App Store for quite some time now. Let’s take a look at them below!


1.   Wordle!

Before Wordle, there was Wordle! Initially released in 2016, Wordle! is a classic word game that gets your mind buzzing by giving you brain teasers and fun word games. Whether you love crossword puzzles or are looking for a Wordle alternative, this game would challenge your spelling skills in a fun way. Wordle! offers multiple unique game mods, including a timed mode where you get to test your guessing speed.


2.   Word Guess — Word Games

Word Guess is yet another Wordle alternative that gives six tries to guess the mystery word. Once you have guessed a word, the letters will change their colors to indicate the results. For instance, the gray color indicates that the letter does not appear in the word, the yellow color indicates that the letter does appear in the word, but it is in the wrong place, and the green color indicates that the letter is in the right place and does appear in the word.


The only difference  is that you can play unlimited games in a day. There’s no cap on how many words you can guess in a day. The game is available to download in the App Store.


3.   Nerdle

If you are looking for a math version of the Wordle game, then Nerdle is the game for you. Nerdle is a game for number crunchers that involves digits and mathematical signs instead of letters like in Wordle.




Rather than trying to guess a word, you get to guess the right equation in digits by following the same rules as in Wordle. You will have to insert a multiplication, a plus, a minus, or an equals symbol to complete the equation. Sounds pretty challenging, right? It’s a great game for math geeks.


4.   5 Letter — Word Puzzles

Th 5 Letter — Word Puzzles game rolls out three daily puzzles that you can either solve solo or compete with your friends by sharing the puzzles on social media. There is also an unlimited puzzle mode that you can play all the time. The Daily Puzzles have words with 4, 5, and 6 letters whereas the puzzles in Unlimited Play mode consist of 3 to 8-letter words. There is also a stat-keeping feature that allows you to keep track of your daily wins as well as wins based on letter categories.