Do you like to play video games? You’ve most likely heard of Redactle Unlimited, a popular web-based game. Wordle, a word guessing game, rose to prominence during the Covid-19 outage.
The game was extremely popular because it allowed Twitter users to broadcast their gaming results as emoji squares all over the world. Redactle Unlimited is a popular version of Wordle that now contains a myriad of genre-specific versions.
Redactle Unlimited Playing Strategy
Part of what makes Wordle so popular and easily cloned is that it’s a basic game with six guesses to get the solution. It’s a short puzzle that you can solve in a few minutes before moving on with your day (unless you want to use Wordlebot(which opens in a new tab) to explain in great detail how stupid each of your guesses was).
But what if you want something a little tougher, a daily guessing game where you may guess dozens, if not hundreds, of times and still not find the solution? I’ve got you covered if you’re a guess-glutton.
Every day, Redactle (opens in a new tab) delivers you a Wikipedia article. To be explicit, a whole Wikipedia article, from top to bottom, is picked from Wikipedia’s own list of “Vital articles(opens in new tab),” of which there are slightly more than 10,000.
The problem is that nearly all of the words have been redacted from the article, so you’ll have to start guessing words that might occur in it to figure out which one you’re looking at.
If you successfully guess a word, it will be revealed, and if you’ve revealed a large number of words, you might be able to determine the topic of the article. But first, there are lots and lots and lots of assumptions.