Gaming: Including a text picture, summarized in a tweet, Josh Wardle gives an update regarding the game “Wordle”

Wordle game designer, Josh Wardle, gives an update in a tweeted picture text about Wordle.

For those who can’t read the wordings on the picture, I have typed the message below.

From the poster

An update on Wordle

Since launching Wordle, I’ve been in awe of the response from everyone that has played. The game has gotten bigger than I ever imagined(which I suppose isn’t that much of a feat given that I made the game for an audience of 1).

It has been incredible to watch a game bring so much joy to so many and I feel so grateful for the personal stories some of you shared with me- fro Wordle uniting distant family members, to provoking friendly rivalries, to supporting medical recoveries.

On the flip side, I’d be lying if I said this hasn’t been a little overwhelming. After all, I am just one person and it is important to me that, as Wordle grows, it continues to provide a great experience to everyone.

Given this, I am incredibly pleased to announce that I’ve reached an agreement with The New York Times for them to take over running Wordle going forward. If you’ve followed along with the story of Wordle, you’ll know that NYT games play a big part in its origins and so this step feels very natural to me.

I’ve long admired the NYT’s approach to their games and the respect with which they treat their players. their values are aligned with mine on these matters and I’m thrilled that they will be stewards of the game moving forward.

When the game moves to the NYT site, it will be free to play for everyone, and I am working with them to make sure your wins and streaks will be preserved.

Thank you all for playing and making Wordle an unforgettable experience.


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