Out-guess the competition in Wordle: The Party Game. | Source: Hasbro

The New York Times’ daily word game, Wordle, took the world by storm, giving players six chances to guess a randomly selected 5-letter word each day. Now, Hasbro is teaming up with New York Times Games to reinvent the sensation as a new board game.

Wordle: The Party Game delivers the same Wordle gameplay from the digital version, but with a real-life twist. Each round, one player is designated as the Wordle Host, who writes down a Secret Word. The remaining players each have six attempts to guess the five-letter-word, all while competing against one another.

Wordle: The Party Game contents | Source: Hasbro

Players write their guesses for each round on a dry-erase board that is designed to look just like the online Wordle interface, which they hide from other players using a Wordle-branded privacy barrier. The iconic green and yellow squares also play the same role as they do in Wordle — The Wordle Host doles them out after each guess to tell players which letters they guessed correctly. The number of points players score corresponds to the number of tries they need to correctly guess the word, and whoever has the fewest points at the end of the game wins.

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There are four different ways to play the Wordle game: classic play, timed, fast, or teams. In fast mode, players race to solve the Wordle word before the others. In timed mode, players have to beat the clock to avoid receiving more points. The game can be played over and over with all modes of gameplay, thanks to the included dry-erase Wordle boards and markers. 

Wordle: The Party Game is available for preorder at Amazon and Hasbro Pulse for $19.99. It is expected to ship on Oct. 1.