Quordle games have always been fun for people of all ages. The best part is that there are many different kinds of word games, so everyone can find one that they like. Some people like to play single-player games to test their skills, while others use them to learn. Multiplayer games, on the other hand, are always fun and friendly competition.

1. Letter arrangements

People often call these kinds of word games “Scrabble” or “like Scrabble” because Scrabble is the most well-known and popular game in this group.

Even though their rules and how they are played may be different, they are all board games with regular squares and special squares (that provide extra points). Each player gets a set of letters, and the goal is to use those letters to make words and place them on the board so that they overlap, like in a crossword.

The letters have different points based on how often they are used in the language. For the players to get points, they have to play words with them. The person with the most points wins.

2. Word searches

Crossword puzzles have been around for a long time and don’t really need an introduction. The name immediately makes me think of a grid of black-and-white squares that overlap in some places. Still, there are other ways to set up games. In some versions, the black squares are added by the players as they go. In some, there is no grid at all, and the squares in the rows and columns form different shapes.

No matter how the game is set up, the rules are always the same. The players have to put words in the squares based on a hint. Most of the time, this is a definition or an example of how the word is used.

Crosswords and Fill-In Crosswords are not the same things. Even though they share part of the same name and the same grid layout, the second one has no clues and doesn’t require you to know any language. Instead, it focuses on logic by having players find a way to fill the crossword grid with words from a set list.