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Huh, I thought this would be undoable or at least not fun, but

nerdlegame 21 3/6

8 out of 10 Cats does Countdown is very watchable, that’s where I learned the Countdown math game.

Been playing Quordle https://www.quordle.com/

and Spanish Wordle https://wordle.danielfrg.com/

ETA: A friend’s kid is playing Latin wordle in class, which I found impressive.

nerdlegame 21 3/6

I’ve only played a few games of Nerdle, but find it a slightly more satisfying than Wordle.

Are right hand side equations like Rob’s done common in the game? I find that solving placement of the equals sign is crucial to winning the game, and having a few more possibilities would really screw up my strategy.

Oooh, now I want one for balancing chemical equations…

The rules say the solution will only have a number on the RHS, but apparently it’s still a legal guess. Maybe guessing that way can be a helpful way to get more information, like when people guess obscure words that would never be a Wordle answer, but incorporate a bunch of unique letters you don’t have clues for yet?

Daily Quordle #16

I actually managed to get an Old Norse Wordle right on 5/6. It’s the only time I tried, though, and I’m happy to retire on a 100% success rate.

My nerdle start equation is

1+4x6=25

It gives you 5 numbers and 3 operators in one go

bet rachel riley all over that

OMG. This one is hard because I wasn’t sure how to proceed?

Daily Quordle #16

Daily Quordle #17

A win!

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