The free browser puzzle game Wordle continues to be a hit, even months after its release. While it was initially launched as a free game by an independent programmer, Josh Wardle, it has since been acquired by The New York Times.
Despite worries from fans about Wordle's acquisition, the game is still currently free-to-play with some minor changes to the previous version.
The transition has been rather slow, as it was only a few months ago that the site left its old URL and has been transferred to the NYT's domain.The latest update from NYT adds a brand-new feature for Wordle fans, which involves linking their NYT account between devices.
This feature allows gamers regardless of what platform they are playing on, to save their accomplishments, including their win streak and stats.Read more on gamerant.com