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Heardle

Heardle was created for you if you believe you have a great memory and can memorize all the music you've heard. You'll hear anything from pop ballads to classical or upbeat songs. The game gives the idea of playing a soothing tune, but then switches to exciting blended music, which is somewhat unexpected. Because most relaxing games lose interest after a few trials, you'll receive six wonderful chances. Despite this, the game manages to keep you hooked all the way to the conclusion!

The best part of the game is that you get to listen to the entire soundtrack, regardless of whether you win or lose. You can play the game every day and never get bored since the music will keep you amused while you try to identify the song titles. It's a terrific game that you may enjoy with your friends and family for a long time. Put your worries aside and enjoy the moment.


Heardle offers an excellent feature in the form of a skip button. It makes sense mechanically: guessing a word and seeing which letters are or aren't in the correct answer will only bring you closer to the answer with Wordle. However, regardless of whether you picked the song right or not, listening to a new clip will offer you with further information. Of course, Heardle provides a similar publishing option that enables you to copy a number of emojis to your clipboard and show off how fast you guessed the song.

How to play Heardle

A popular song's first two seconds will be heard. After that, you can either guess the artist and title or skip the round. If you skip or guess incorrectly, you'll hear a little more music. This game will continue until the sixth and last guess, at which point you will be given 16 seconds to listen to the audio.

Because there is so little time to listen, you will be surprised at first, but as you correctly answer part of the question, you will get more anxious to find the answer immediately. You can play alone, but it's far more enjoyable with friends and family. It's a way of supporting in the development of attachment and unity among the members.

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