The VSORDLE game takes our beloved and familiar wordle formula and injects a twist of competitive multiplayer into it. As a result, its players always get an extra dose of word-guessing excitement against other players. Players’ main goal is still solving hidden words.

However, you are racing against time and other players to complete the puzzles in real-time. This new spin that VSORDLE puts on the same old brain-testing genre will foster intellectual competition and a sense of community within word puzzles.

One cannot call VSORDLE a cheap imitation of the popular Wordle game. Despite clearly taking inspiration from the latter, this game’s addition of real-time competition creates a unique feel of urgency and excitement.


When you access the VSORDLE game, you will be asked to input your name and, optionally, a room code. This room code allows you to join a game room previously created to play with your friends. If you don’t want to join a predetermined room, you can randomly join a room or create your own.

If you create a room, you get to decide the length of the answer, which can range from 1 to 15. There are also options for the number of rounds and the number of guesses a player can make before the round ends. The last few options let you decide the time limit, the visibility of your room, and the difficulty.

Tips To Play VSORDLE

The first thing that you need to keep in mind while playing the VSORDLE game is that there is a time limit. You don’t get a whole day to sit and search for the word. When the time limit of a round runs off, and you still haven’t figured the word out, you lose that round.

Of course, as each round is still a Wordle game, you can use your Wordle experience. That is why you should start the round with a strong word like “adieu” every time. This word has three vowels out of the possible five, so it will hit something or reduce the possibilities greatly.

If you love word puzzles with a healthy dose of competition, the VSORDLE game should be an excellent chance to flex your quick-thinking skills and vocabulary.

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