Software developer brings Wordle to the Nokia N-Gage

While Wordle started out as a small game for a single person, it has quickly grown into one of the most popular games in the world. Every day, players log in to try to guess the day’s answer in as few tries as possible, but until now this only worked on smartphones.

However, software developers @mupfdev announced today that it has managed to create a successful port of Wordle for the Nokia N-Gage, a mobile phone that Nokia released in 2003 to enter the hybrid handheld console market. For the few people who still own or use an N-Gage today, a portal opens up to play not just a modern game on the device, but one that is at the peak of its popularity.

At the time of writing, it’s unclear if this version of the game will receive daily updates with new words. We’ve reached out to the creator for confirmation, but we suspect that this version doesn’t get any new words like the official release, and instead is based on all the words that have been used in Wordle to date.

@mupfdev also added a link to a github repository where anyone can download the game to get it running on their N-Gage. In addition, the project was compiled with SDL, which means that other developers could use it as a base to create ports for different platforms. Software developer brings Wordle to the Nokia N-Gage

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