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A new Wordle clone called Rolldle inspired by the popular video game Destiny 2, in which users must solve puzzles by predicting the rolls of various weapons. In Bungie's multiplayer first-person shooter game, weapons have random attributes, and Rolldle gives players six tries to guess the right set of perks. The web-based puzzle game adds new features to the Wordle format, such as an indicator that tells the player if their guess was too popular or not popular enough. Even though the popularity mechanic makes the game a little easier than Wordle, it's still a fun twist on the usual five-figure puzzle format.
Here, you're not trying to guess five-letter Destiny words like "Shaxx," "Cabal," or "Saint." Instead, you're using what you know about popular and less popular perks. Here are the Rolldle rules that Light.gg says are official:
For the given weapon, each guess must include four benefits and a masterwork.
As an extra hint, the answer's popularity rank is also given.
To confirm your guess, press the orange "ENTER" button.
After each guess, the direction of the arrow shows how popular the correct perk is. Upward arrows mean that the trait players should guess is more popular than the one they chose before, while downward arrows mean that the trait is less popular than the one players chose before. So, Rolldle is a fun little game you can play to find out what the community thinks are the best weapon rolls in Destiny 2.
To summarize, you are given a certain gun and must predict a unique roll for it. In my first game, I got the Pulse Rifle from Europa called "Hailing Confusion." Remember that you're not trying to guess the god roll; you're trying to guess a certain roll.
Unlike Wordle, you don't have to log in once a day and can play as many times as you want with new weapons. It's a fun way to see how much you know about weapon perks, but unlike Wordle, your first guess might not be based on a real "strategy." You might want to try to guess mid-tier perks instead of the god roll, because if you guess the god roll, you'll just get a bunch of down arrows and have a lot more choices for less popular perks after that.