UPDATE: Jun. 17, 2022, 11:19 a.m. EDT While you could once play the entire archive of past puzzles, the archive was taken down at the request of the New York Times, according to the site. “[A]ll good things must end,” wrote creator Devang Thakkar. “The New York Times has requested that I shut the archive down – to be honest, I was wondering what took them so long.” Our original story remains below.
“Wordle is very simple and you can play it in three minutes — and that is all you get,” Wardle said in his BBC interview. “There are also no ads and I am not doing anything with your data — and that is also quite deliberate.”
‘Taylordle’ is ‘Wordle’ for Swifties
Nothing gold can stay, however, and the
For now, though, you don’t have to worry about a Times paywall with Wordle Archive — or about sticking to one game a day. Computational biologist
What Wordle‘s future looks like with the Times is anyone’s guess, but for now we’re free to enjoy this archive of past puzzles with no disruptions.
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