The single, daily brainteaser of Wordle simply isn’t enough for some folks out there. Thankfully, there’s a way to play the previous day’s Wordle puzzle, as well as other past puzzles. What’s more, it’s even possible to look ahead and play future words. Here’s the full guide on how to play previous day, past, and future games.
How to play the previous day’s Wordle
To play the previous day’s Wordle, players must change their system clock backwards to the relevant date.
On PC, this is done by going into the “Date and Time” settings and disabling the “automatic” functions. Then users can set the date and time manually.
Wordle relies on the device it’s being played on to work out the time. Manipulating this allows players to try different words.
How to play past and future games of Wordle
To play past and future games of Wordle, players must adjust the internal clock of their device to match the desired date.
For example, it’s currently January 27, so if I wanted to play tomorrow’s word, I would change my system clock to have the date “January 28.”
How to play more than one Wordle game per day
Clicking the “Play A Random Wordle” will give players a random word to figure out. This can be done until the player gets bored, as there’s no discovered limit.
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