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Dungleon is probably the most unique idea on this list for a game like Wordle. The game is based on games like Dungeons & Dragons, but it uses the Wordle format. A new dungeon-building puzzle is presented each day. There were monsters, adventurers, and treasure. Some monsters only show up on certain days, with other monsters, or in other situations. You have to figure out all the unspoken rules.
Dungleon is unique in that it is unrelated to words. The idea is that you try to figure out what's in a dungeon. Instead of letters, your guess is made up of little pictures of heroes, monsters, treasure, and other things from fantasy. Like in Worldle, each guess fills one of five slots, and you have six tries before you lose. If an icon turns green, it's in the right place. If it turns yellow, it's in the wrong place. If it turns red, it's not in the dungeon at all.
There are some rules, and there are also some hidden rules that you can only learn by playing it over and over again. First, each dungeon will have at least one hero (who faces right) and one monster (who faces left). If the same icon shows up more than once in the same puzzle (Dungleon is more forgiving than Wordle in this case), a little plus sign will show up on the icon, telling you to use it again.
If you're more of a brave knight than a bookworm, you might want to give this dungeoneering a try. Have fun!