How does Lewdle function?


    The creation of lewdle was a group endeavor. While Nickerson was working on the game's technical backend, Whitta and his wife started compiling an extensive vocabulary of insulting insults. This is a more challenging undertaking than it may at first appear due to the fact that the majority of vulgar terms consist of only four letters, although the format calls for five letters.

    Lewdle works in the same way that Wordle does. Players have six chances to guess a five-letter mystery word. You can play it right now.

    The catch is that with Lewdle, all of his responses are unpleasant or "lewd."

    The phrases "dicks," "titty," and "queef," for example, are presented in the game's tutorial.

    Lewdle isn't the first time Wordle has been twisted in a naughty way. Sweardle, who is two weeks old and only utilizes four-letter words, is another option.

    They can only be played once each day, just as Wordle.

    To play

    As a result, it's perhaps not unexpected that someone made a snarky version soon after.

    • You make a stab in the dark at your first word, and then type it in the first row.
    • You formulate a plan for your second term using the information that you have been given (green, yellow, and grey).
    • The presence of the letter at the appropriate location is denoted by the color green.
    • The letter is present in the word, but it is not at the appropriate location, as indicated by the yellow coloring.
    • When a letter is shaded grey, it indicates that it does not appear in the given word.
    • And the catch is that all of the swear words that you need to guess are ones that aren't very nice.
    • You have a total of six chances to solve the problem.
    • If any of the letters are highlighted in yellow, it implies that the letter is present in the word but in the incorrect location.
    • Finally, if any of your letters are highlighted in grey, that signifies that letter isn't part of the secret word.
    • You must also predict a word; you cannot enter arbitrary letters, such as vowels, in the hopes of breaking the code.
    • You can only do one puzzle every day, so once you've finished one, you'll have to wait until the next day to try another.