A Twice version of Heardle has recently gained traction online. Heardle is based on the viral word game, Wordle, and has fans guessing the song based on a little snippet.
Made by Twitter fan accounts @twicefiles and @minaszns, the game picks the Heardle randomly from the band’s discography. OT9, sub-units, promo songs, some projects/melody covers and OST are some of the included songs.
Clips are often chosen from the beginning of the song, but they can be chosen from any other section.
Twice Heardle works the same as previous versions of the game
Wordle has spawned a slew of spin-offs ranging from intricate puzzles to brain teasers. In February, music fans got hooked on Heardle, a musical guessing game, as they had to guess songs from a wide range of artists spanning countless genres and decades.
While Wordle gives you six chances to guess the word of the day using clues related to the placement of different letters, Heardle challenges fans to guess the song of the day in six tries using excerpts from the intro of the song.
The unofficial fan-made TWICE Heardle follows the same format and rules as the original Heardle. The main difference is that all the songs in the game are taken from the well-known band’s discography. Each player has six chances to correctly guess the song. For each guess, an additional one-second snippet of the song is unlocked. If the player chooses to skip a chance, they can listen to two seconds of the song sample.
When a player is ready to guess, they can enter the title of the song and the game will immediately display a list of matching titles for them to choose from. The game resets at midnight, depending on the player’s time zone. It can only be played once per day.
If you like this Heardle, you can also try other Worldle music spin-offs like BTS Heardle, Red Velvet Heardle and NCT Heardle. The onslaught was sparked by the popularity of Josh Wardle’s original game, released in October 2021.
Learn more about TWICE
The group’s hit song “Fancy” has surpassed 300 million streams on Spotify. They will perform at the Tokyo Dome in Japan on April 23, 24 and 25. Additionally, they are scheduled to hold an encore concert in the United States as part of their “4th World Tour III” on May 14 and 15.