‘Quordle’ has a fitting new owner as Merriam-Webster buys the ‘Wordle’ clone
Merriam-Webster makes a genius ‘Wordle’ clone acquisition
Well well well, looks like there’s been a big shake-up in the world of random word generation! Merriam-Webster, the renowned dictionary company, has recently snapped up Quordle, an ingenious “Wordle” clone. Wordle was a hugely popular online toy that randomly generated aesthetically pleasing word clouds from the words submissions.
However, Wordle is no more and players were left in the lurch – until now. Merriam-Webster obviously saw the potential of Quordle, and knew that a void in the market needed to be filled. And thank goodness they did, because it’s shaping up to be a masterstroke of genius.
Introducing, Quordle 2.0
Quordle 2.0 will come with some amazing new features and capabilities:
- A larger selection of art styles and colors.
- A random word generator fully integrated with Merriam-Webster’s extensive dictionary.
- A “Jumble” mode which scrambles words, making word clouds even more visually appealing.
- A “Wordsearch” mode that the player can use to find words in the word clouds.
- The ability to create single-word art without any additional words.
Looks like the world of random word generation just got a major face-lift! Quordle 2.0 is sure to become the go-to toy for any Wordle enthusiast, and we can’t wait to see what Merriam-Webster do with it.
In the meantime, it looks like Merriam-Webster just acquired the perfect addition to their impressive arsenal of dictionaries. Quordle 2.0 is sure to bring a breath of fresh air to the world of random word generation – and we’re excited to see it hit the market!