If you enjoy Heardle's concept but are more of a movie lover than a music specialist, you may prefer Framed. Just like Wordle, Framed gives you six tries to correctly guess the daily answer. This time, though, instead of trying to guess a word, you'll have to try to guess the title of a film.
In Framed, a still image from the day's featured movie is presented. In the event that you get the question wrong the first time, you will be given a second chance, and so on, up to a maximum of six chances. Unlike Wordle, where your bad answers are displayed alongside their similarity to the correct ones, no such information is offered here. But when your guesses run out, the strategically selected film stills start to make more sense. Although the first image in a Framed game may be unfamiliar, subsequent photos will typically include recognizable scenes or even the film's protagonist.
As you enter a movie's title, the game will propose similar titles to prevent you from accidentally misspelling the word. The current Framed response, Howl's Moving Castle, follows in the footsteps of such classics as Knives Out, Catch Me If You Can, and 12 Years a Slave.
Since Framed does not seem to specialize in any particular genre, the guessing game could involve anything from Hollywood blockbusters to indie films. To be fair, Framed doesn't play much like the original game it was inspired by, but it's still fun in its own right.