The Wordle game creates a lot of confusion as players report two different words in one day

Players of the hit word guessing game Wordle were scratching their heads as two different words appeared to have been circulated in one day. The majority seemed to understand a word, while a minority bizarrely solved another riddle for the day.

(If you don’t want to see the Wordle Answer of the Day for 284, read no further!)

The Wordle puzzle for Day 284 left many players confused as they struggled to figure out which teammates and acquaintances got which word for the day. It seems that the vast majority of players came up with the word “stove” for the tag, but some other users reported that they got an entirely different word. The minority of players seemed to get the word “Harry” to their surprise.

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Across Reddit, Twitter, and other social media platforms, gamers have denounced this bizarre event, particularly those who fear it could become a regular thing in the future. Many find the appeal of Wordle in the consistency of the puzzles, requiring everyone around the world to guess the same word every day. Those fears had already begun after The New York Times bought the pun from creator Josh Wardle. Some fear this could be the start of unsavory changes for the game.

Want to read more about Wordle? Watch How to Play Wordle Hard Mode – What’s the Difference? on Pro Game Guides.

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Isaiah Colbert

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