The only significant difference between Nerdle and Wordle is the substitution of numbers and equations for letters and words. TheMann0707, a Reddit member, created the game. The makers of the game dubbed it "Wordle for math nerds" and designed it with Wordle in mind. You have to predict equations every day in the game's 8 columns of 6 guesses. You receive color-coded suggestions for your guesses, just as in Wordle, that you may utilize to determine the correct response.

Nerdle prefers to use numbers instead of letters when playing the game. The addition (+), subtraction (-), multiplication (*), division (/), and equals (=) symbols are present next to these values. These things form equations when combined to construct various formulae; they can be accepted, but only fully or partially (correct answer). The idle game system disregards equations that are unreasonable and irrational as conjectures. Since integers are rational numbers, they are accepted in Nerdle, unlike powers, decimals, etc. Incompatible with the game.

Game rules

You can use - 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 + - * / or =.

- It must have one "=".

- It is not allowed to have a computation after the "=".

- Perform * and / calculations before + and -, for instance, 1+2*3=7 rather than 9!

- If the correct response is 1+2=3, we will also accept 2+1=3. (unless you disable commutative answers in settings).

Other games

There are many other games developed under Wordle NYT. Let's try them out