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Weaver Game is also known as the "word ladder" game and was created in 1877 by Lewis Carroll. It's a bit like Wordle, but this game has you figuring out how to ladder from one word to another. You have six chances to guess the path between two words in Weaver. To do this, you type in a four-letter word that only changes one letter from the starting word. This brings you closer to the bottom word. In order to succeed in getting to the end word, you need to change one letter in every subsequent word. This could be accomplished by changing one letter in the bottom word to make the optimal four words, but this may not be the case in every Weaver puzzle.
Start with the start word and weave your way to the end word.
Only one letter can be changed from the previous word.
The concept of the Weaver Game is actually different than Wordle, since instead of guessing words, you weave them. In the daily weaver mode, the results are the same for everyone, but in the weaver unlimited mode, you can see the results of games that have already been played.