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Moviedle is a Wordle-inspired game where you watch seconds of a film and guess which one it is.
A lot of people are obsessed with movies and have seen so many of them that they can tell right away which movie is playing on TV just by looking at a single frame. Are you one of them? If so, Moviedle is for you. Moviedle is one of many Wordle-inspired games, but this game takes a different approach since it is not a word-based game. Moviedle asks players to guess a movie from several scenes that appear within a second, so players will be required to pay attention to what they see.
On your first guess, you will have only one second of movie footage to work with. That's right, the entire movie flashes on a screen, beginning to end. Approximately 10 clips will be shown every second to help players identify the film of the day. To guess today's movie right, you only need to know one thing: its title. You'll have six tries before you fail, and each new try will slow things down a bit. As long as you don't identify the correct title of the movie, Moviedle will add more seconds so you can watch more of the movie. Hint clips continue to increase until the sixth turn, when they are six seconds long. Each day there is only one Moviedle, just like Wordle.
If you get stuck, you can simply skip until you think you know the answer. Also, this clip cannot be paused or replayed, so make sure you are focused when you hit play!
After you've guessed the right movie (or failed to guess it), you can try the previous day's puzzles by clicking the calendar icon at the top right. Clicking the button next to the calendar shows your stats, such as how many times you've played, when your streak ended, and your win percentage.
If you'd like to know more about the film or watch it for yourself at its regular speed, Moviedle also links you to its IMDb page and to where you can watch the streaming version. With its wide range of features, this is an ideal game for Wordle fans who wish to improve their film knowledge. Framed, which shows stills from movies, is not the same as Moviedle. As more clues are requested, the stills become clearer.