Wordle screenshot
Wordle gameplay screenshot
User Rating:

Based on 1 user rating
Page views: 7,665
Shareware ($12)
Single player
For Kids:
640 × 350
wordle12.zip - 230k - Run WORDLE.EXE to play
Downloading ...
Found your game? Great! Glad you found it! Please consider saying thanks by making a small donation to support DOSGames.com. There are also other ways you can help!
Need help running the game? Check our DOSBox Guide to run DOS games on modern computers.

Play online in browser

Wordle screenshot
Wordle gameplay screenshot
DOSGames.com Review:  Rating: 3

Note: If you are looking for clones of the popular modern Wordle game, try one of several DOS Wordle clones! The game on this page is a different game made many years before that other game was created.

Wordle is a Boggle clone. The object is to spell as many words as possible (4 letters or more) from a grid of 25 random letters. The game offers a large dictionary of 80,000 words, so it's likely that your word will be recognized. (At least if it was considered a word back in 1993!) As usual with Soleau Software games, the presentation is minimal but functional in EGA 16-color mode. There are similarly not many options, and no two-player mode.
WORDLE  v1.1   Req. EGA/VGA   Wordle11.zip
Wordle is another challenging word game
from Soleau Software. The objective is to 
spell as many words as possible from a grid
of 25 random letters. There are many ways to
play, either with variable time limits or by 
number of words spelled. Wordle has its own
dictionary of over 80,000 words, score 
cards, and much more. The game will provide
hours of entertainment for all ages! 
Requires EGA/VGA - Hard Disk Recommended

Play Wordle in Browser

Game will not be saved after closing your browser. Download and install the game if you want to save.
CTRL-F12 attempts to speed up game, CTRL-F11 attempts to slow it down.

Related / similar games:

If you enjoy Wordle, you might also enjoy playing these games:

Wordle, #1291. Added to website: 2020-10-26. All copyrights, trademarks, etc, are property of their respective holders.
Back to top