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Reversle is another version of Wordle that looks more like Crosswordle in its layout. You are given the final five-letter answer, and your job is to guess the missing letters based on the colors shown. A nice alternative to Crosswordle's daily grid is the reverse Wordle.
The puzzle in Reversle is a 5-by-5 grid with a 5-letter word that is already known at the start of the game. The answer is already written on all the green tiles in the 5th row, and the players have to guess the other words that fit within the fixed yellow, green, and grey tiles. Reversle is different from Wordle in that it has 5 rows and you have to guess, but in the wrong direction. Well, the green and yellow tiles can be thought of as hints. Another big change is that you have a limited amount of time to guess the other 4 wrong words.
The rules of Wordle are used to figure out how to guess on Reversle. For example, you can't put a letter in the solution word that's in a gray column or right above it in a yellow column. In the same way, if a green "fixed green" tile shows up in the guess rows, the letter that goes with it must be typed there for the entry to be valid. You should also be aware of what happens when your guess is accepted on Reversle. If you type in a guess and hit enter to submit it, and the system accepts it, the whole row is added to the grid, and you can no longer change it. But this doesn't really change how you play Reversle because the game isn't too picky about where and when letters show up. Have fun!