Like other daily Wordle variations, the goal of Reversle is to guess as many words as possible correctly. In the same vein as Wordle, your goal in this game is to figure out the answer through trial and error. The goal of Reversle, a kind of Wordle, is to correctly guess words by using only incorrect or partially incorrect letters.
In Reversle, the grid is 5 by 5, and the task is to reverse a 5-letter word that is given to you at the outset and reversed within four tries. Time spent on each row is recorded and added up at the end of the game to determine your final score.
Reversle's color system is a carbon copy of Wordle's, with the standard green, gray, and yellow feedback to signify good letters and problematic ones. The game's tips, however, take the form of static colored tiles; rather than receiving immediate feedback for the letters you type, you must adjust your predictions to fit around the tiles' predetermined locations, which are indicated by yellow and green dots.
Reversle doesn't put too many constraints on players to dictate or retrain them beyond playing the Wordle in reverse according to the original game rules. Shall we have a peek at the gameplay right now?