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Heardle Game

Heardle Game

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Description

I am familiar with the heardle game. It was a web-based music game created by London-based Omakase Studios, inspired by the popular word game Wordle. It tested players' knowledge of music.

Here are some details about the game:

Gameplay: Players had six tries to guess a popular song from a short snippet of its introduction. With each incorrect guess, more of the song was revealed, up to a maximum of 16 seconds.

Song selection: The songs were chosen from a pool of the most-streamed songs in the last 10 years.

Availability: Heardle was initially available for free on the web and had gained a significant following. However, in April 2023, Spotify acquired the game and then shut it down a few months later.

Despite its short run, Heardle left a lasting impact on the gaming landscape:

Inspired similar games: The success of Heardle led to the creation of numerous other music guessing games, demonstrating the appeal of this type of interactive entertainment.

Highlighted the power of music: Heardle showcased the ability of music to evoke emotions, connect people, and serve as a shared cultural experience.

Demonstrated the potential of social media: The game's popularity was largely driven by its social media presence, with players sharing their results and engaging in discussions about the songs.

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