Wordle has taken over the family group chat

My partner’s mom has this saying (more or less) that she doesn’t care what her kids text her, she just wants regular texts to make sure we all stay alive and well. Now, thanks to the viral word guessing game Wordle, She doesn’t have to worry anymore.

In Wordle, you spend six turns trying to guess a word every day. With each subsequent guess, the game gives you hints that tell you which letters are or aren’t in the last word. After you win (or lose), you can share your score by copying and pasting a grid that displays the colors that correspond to your predictions. Every day, everyone gets the same word. That, combined with this built-in sharing feature, makes it a perfect message to copy, paste and send.

Before Wordle, my family group chats are usually spent making plans or sharing photos. It’s not dead, but it’s sparse. Now, I regularly wake up to texts from family members with grades and comments on How does the puzzle play out?. “I was a little overzealous and started guessing the word right away instead of collecting possible letters,” my partner says about Wordle quiz 219. Recently my partner’s brother told us about how to have really a hard mode and how to turn it on.

My partner’s mom and stepfather are always the first to submit scores in the morning. (Both get up early.) Throughout the day, replies from my partner, two brothers, his sister-in-law, and I will drip back as we find the time of day, past different time zones, to do the puzzle. My partner’s mom says, “It’s a great way to take a few minutes after a busy day to engage in a shared experience.” She said, “It’s been fun to see how everyone is doing and how each of us has had different strategies for finding the answer.”

Wordle very easy to learn and doesn’t take much time every day to play. Because of its design, it’s a fun game that’s engaging and accessible across generations, and these group chats help us share that fun together.

https://www.polygon.com/22904543/wordle-scores-share-family-group-chat Wordle has taken over the family group chat

Aila Slisco

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