Obscordle is a word-guessing game that draws inspiration from the popular game Wordle.

Game Overview:


The primary goal of Obscordle is for players to guess a five-letter word within a limited number of attempts, similar to Wordle.


  1. Word Selection: The game starts with one player, known as the "wordmaster" or "puzzle creator," selecting a secret five-letter word. This word is kept hidden from the other players.

  2. Guessing: Players take turns guessing five-letter words. Each guess is a potential solution to the puzzle.

  3. Feedback: After each guess, the wordmaster provides feedback to the guesser. The feedback typically includes information about which letters in the guessed word are correct and in the correct position (often represented as colored or highlighted letters) and which letters are correct but in the wrong position (often represented differently).

  4. Limited Attempts: Unlike Wordle, where players have six attempts, Obscordle might have a different number of allowed attempts. It could be more or fewer, depending on the rules established by the players.

  5. Winning: The game continues until a player successfully guesses the hidden five-letter word or until all the allowed attempts are exhausted. The player who correctly guesses the word is the winner of that round.


  1. Difficulty Levels: You can adjust the difficulty of Obscordle by changing the number of allowed attempts. Fewer attempts make the game more challenging, while more attempts make it easier.

  2. Word Restrictions: You can introduce rules about which words are allowed as guesses. For example, you can restrict guesses to common English words or allow any five-letter word.

  3. Time Limits: To add an extra layer of challenge, you can set a time limit for each guess.

Educational Benefits:

Obscordle, like Wordle, is a word-based puzzle game that can help players improve their vocabulary, spelling, and deduction skills. It encourages critical thinking and word association as players try to guess the hidden word based on limited feedback.

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