npm i -g wordle-cli
Play without install
How to play
Try to guess the 5-letter word! After each round, you'll see the results, which are color-coded. Take the results into account when entering your next word and try to guess the selected word within six rounds.
A green tile means that the letter is guessed correctly.
A yellow tile means that the letter appears in the word, but is in the wrong place.
When a tile is not colored, that letter does not appear in the word.
To start the game, run
wordle in your command line and guess your first word! To display a help message, including a manual and options, add the
<DD-MM-YYYY>: Choose a date to play with the correspondig word
--hard: Disable yellow tiles from the results
--random: Play with a randomly selected word
<number>: Set a custom amount of rounds for a game
--spoiler: Show the word of the day immediately
--unlimited: Disable the maximum of 6 rounds per game
<word>: Manually choose a word to play with
This is command line interpretation of Wordle, created by Rob van Bakel. The original game was created by Josh Wardle (@powerlanguish) and is available on www.nytimes.com/games/wordle.