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Cuedle: The Music Guessing Game (Like Wordle)

Cuedle: the song guessing game. Choose your favourite decade of music, guess the track, and share your best time with friends. It's like Wordle, but with songs.

Jamie Ashbrook

by Jamie Ashbrook in News

Last updated 05.07.2024

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You've probably heard of Wordle, the word guessing game. Massively popular, you try to guess a word correctly in as few goes as possible, then share the results.

Wordle 321 4/6

But wouldn't it be more fun with music instead? Enter Cuedle 🎉

A new game by, the idea is to guess the song in the quickest time possible.

#CUEdle #2000s #15
🟩 1.7s

So to show you how it all works, a few of the team tried Cuedle in real life. And the game was a lot harder than you might think.

Cuedle: Like Wordle, but with Music

The rules are simple: guess the song quickly.

To start, choose your favourite decade (I'm an 80's man myself).

Image is a screenshot from the Cuedle game, showing the choice of decades.
From 1970s to 2020s.

Then tap and hold "CUE".

Let go once you think you know the song, then make a guess. You have 6 attempts to guess correctly, so if you don't get it the first time, you can try, try, and try again.

Gif shows guessing a song correctly in the game Cuedle.
Sneaky Phil Collins.

Finally, share the results. Paste them into Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and even message your friends to see if they can beat your time. Just like this...

#CUEdle #2000s #15
🟩 1.7s

And if you're really feeling up for the challenge, try another decade. Once all 6 decades have been played, you'll need to wait for the next round, as each challenge is 24 hours. So play, share, and compare against your friends.

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