Jewdle is a word game in which reasoning and spelling skills are required to fill in the missing letters. Sounds elementary, right? The game consists of proceeding through the alphabet. The objective is to form words by connecting tiles of the same letter. Different letters have varying multipliers; therefore, utilize them with care. In this instance, it is for Jews who wish to guess the six-letter words from the famous alphabets. English, Hebrew, Yiddish, Arabic, and more languages are included. Also, terms are frequently associated with a specific culture, such as holidays, slang, and prayers. As long as the topic is predominantly Jewish, it is fair game.
How to play
In Wordle, players must guess a five-letter word using code-breaker reasoning. In Jewdle, players must predict six-letter Hebrew words, making the game more challenging. The rules of Wordle continue to apply to colored tile hints. The cell turns green when the correct word is placed in the correct position, in this example for the correct term. If the letter is correct but placed in the incorrect location, the tile will turn yellow. If the letter is not present in the word, the corresponding cell will be grayed out.
The wordlist is compiled by the Shalom team, which consists of a large number of devoted Wordle players. After solving a Jewdle problem, users are able to search up the definition of the full word.