The Unofficial Wordle Lover’s Puzzle Book: The perfect new activity gift book for word game fans
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Wordle Challenge presents a fun, interactive collection of brain-teasing puzzles, that can be played offline and will entertain for hours and hours. Murdle is brilliant fun! Each one is like working to unravel an Agatha Christie-esque mini-mystery in a visually enticing logic puzzle. Move over Wordle, my brain cells want to solve a Murdle!" ― Celeste Connally, author of Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Lord
Covid times might spell ennui. Those hours after night falls, where often zilch takes place. Which hobby could bring vital daily sport using skill, craft, brain power? Games using words, maybe? Have you noticed what I’ve done there? The first four sentences of this piece are composed entirely of five-letter words.Do you love playing wordle? Do you wish you could do more than one puzzle a day? If you do, then you will love this collection of 500 puzzles to do anytime, anywhere. Opinion | Wordle is the antidote to conventional gaming, so it’s no wonder people love its slow pace 05 January, 2022
Murdle is a high-speed game of Clue that tortures your brain in the most enjoyable way. " ― Mindy Quigley, author of Six Feet Deep Dish and Ashes to Ashes, Crust to Crust The thing we love about Wordle is obviously that it’s word-based and since we’re all logophiles, we wanted to give you a few of the best stories where a love of words inspired an author to write a book that we just can’t put down.Whether you are looking for puzzle practiceto train your brain, or seeking a screen-free offline alternative to online puzzles, this collection will have you enthralled. A playful take on a sometimes-pretentious subject, The Liar’s Dictionary is a superbly whimsical novel from wordsmith Eley Williams. Williams’ debut novel successfully intertwines both contemporary and historical story plotlines, meditates on the meaning of agency, and allows language itself to be rightfully center-stage. Prepare yourself to be delighted!
Murdle is perfect for the armchair detective. With a mystery story, a challenging puzzle, and just enough clues, you can be your new favorite sleuth.” ― Dianne Freeman, author of the award-winning Countess of Harleigh mystery series Thoroughly entertaining and equally as challenging. These bite-sized mysteries will keep even the most seasoned sleuths guessing." ― Vivien Chien, author of the Noodle Shop Mystery series Like other such sensations, Wordle has a narcotic property, but what I particularly like about it is that it doesn’t feed an addiction. There’s no opportunity for bingeing. And an all-consuming passion for Wordle is not going to result in you losing your home, or your marriage. In some senses, it belongs in another time. There’s only one game every day, and it teaches you patience (although my guilty secret is that, if I’m awake after midnight, I sometimes find myself doing that day’s puzzle).Of course, it’s a genre that may be in some amount of danger following Wordle’s acquisition by the New York Times. The newspaper recently moved to shut down the Wordle Archive, which was a third-party web application that allowed players to attempt previous wordle Puzzles. While other similar apps still exist, it stands to reason the NYT will likely try to shut these down as well. Hopefully, the same thing doesn’t happen to themed variants like Bookdle.