The Lord of the Rings combines Wordle with The Lord of the Rings
You may have heard New York Times bought WordlePopular word guessing game has start the year. In the meantime, a handful of free games Wordle fan projects – not those intended copy original game in the name of profit – has sprung up. One of these is called “Lord of the Rings“A pun title for a Lord of the Rings-according to the version of Wordle, where the winning words all come from the iconic series. “Use only five-letter words (including names) in The Lord of the Rings main text,” say the rules at the bottom of the word puzzle’s website.
There is a wide range of active words in Lord of the Rings, including names and other proper nouns from JRR Tolkien’s world. But it also includes words that are, well, commonplace – they just feel special when you think about them in this context (e.g. “shire” and “elves”). If it’s in the main text of The Lord of the Rings, it’s fair game. This isn’t the first time I’ve searched for “hobbit’s name” on Google, but it To be the first time I Googled “5 letter hobbit name”.