You think you’ve mastered Wordle? Well, let’s add a little pressure to your game.
Squabble is a battle royale/Wordle mix, in which you battle a bunch of other players, all of whom are trying to win a series of Wordle-style challenges faster than you. You have health points, which reduce with time, but can be replenished by solving the puzzle correctly. In the end, there can be only one (cue lightning).
As you might imagine, it’s a lot more stressful than the regular game, though you do get the additional excitement from watching your enemies
fall on the battlefield get crossed out with a big red “X” mark.
There are two basic modes: in Blitz, you compete against up to four other players. Battle Royale is a massive fight, with a maximum of 99 players.
Is “missy” even a word? I don’t know! It’s all happening so fast!
Squabble lets you create a game of your own or join an existing game. From my experience, finding a game to jump into was easy. And if you want to analyze your
pitiful mistakes glorious tactical choices, you can even watch a replay of the game.
Settings include a dark mode as well as a colorblind mode, and a “Coming Soon” section promises better support for phones and tablets, improved matchmaking, solo and daily modes, and more.
For you, what all this means is that your raging Wordle addiction isn’t going away yet. To battle!