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Numberle, the Wordle for Math Lovers

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Numberle, the Wordle for Math Lovers

What is Numberle?

Numberle is the numeric version of Wordle made for math lovers.

The same genre principles remain: players have six guesses to solve the math puzzle.

The numbers and symbols that don’t feature in this solution are marked gray, those that are in the wrong place are marked brown, and those in the correct place are green.

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Rather than being a word present in the game’s dictionary, each guess a player makes in Numberle must be a valid equation, for example, 3+4+7=14.

Numberle is a Wordle spinoff that is fast amassing a huge player base for itself as the viral word game’s numerical alternative.

The premise of the game is to solve a secret equation spontaneously generated by the game system using numbers, arithmetic operators, and the symbol ‘=”; the best part is that you may take on any number of challenges on the game page, no bars.

Add to this an upgraded setting box that allows for customization of your challenge, it is a near-perfect game to which you might willingly surrender.

Numberle also has a quick access button to generate a custom puzzle that you can share with your friends to challenge them. Let’s take a look at how it is done.

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Numberle, the Wordle for Math Lovers

Rules of Numberle

  • The guess is accepted only with the correct equation.
  • Each guess must contain one “=”.
  • Players can only use 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 numbers and + – * / = symbols.
  • The equation must have an integer to the right of the “=”.
  • Order matters. If the answer is 10+20=30, then 20+10=30 isn’t close enough.

How to play Numberle

The official website of the Numberle game is here.

There, players can play unlimited, as well as choose the difficulty of the equation and create their own math puzzles to challenge friends.

  • Go to numerbele.org 
  • Hit the N+ button to create a custom challenge.
  • A popup with a text box to enter “Your equation…” shows up. Enter an equation of any length between 5 and 12 in the text box.
  • Once you enter the equation, hit COPY LINK.
  • The link gets copied to your clipboard with a flash message “Link copied!’

You may share it with friends through various means like email, messages, instant messengers, and other social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, WhatsApp, etc.

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Numberle, the Wordle for Math Lovers

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How to create a custom equation

There are only two conditions to generating a custom Numberle game. The first one is to enter an equation that is at least 5 but not more than 12 characters in length. This includes the numbers 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and the symbols +, -, *, /, and =.

At the same time, you must follow the mathematical logic to use an equation that has an integer as its solution (that is, after the “=”). If you enter an equation that doesn’t compute, it will be rejected with the message “The left side is not equal to the right”, when you try to copy the link to the challenge.

Example custom game Numberle equations for reference

The following are a few example equations for each equation length allowed on Numberle.

  • 5 symbol equation: 6×5 grid — 4×2=8; 9-5=4; 1+3=4
  • 6 symbol equation: 6×6 grid — 9+9=18; 9×9=81; 13-5=8
  • 7 symbol equation: 6×7 grid — 12×6=72; 13+9=22; 90-8=82
  • 9 symbol equation: 6×9 grid — 12×12=144; 90+12=102; 100-75=25
  • 10 symbol equation: 6×10 grid — 158×9=1422; 1860/4=465; 152+98=250
  • 11 symbol equation: 6×11 grid — 182+151=333; 964-258=706; 258×25=6450; 2×15+56=116
  • 12 symbol equation: 6×12 grid — 5×12+17-6=71; 8×12×3-1=287; 63/3+137=158

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