If you're new to Woordplay, the concept might seem a little strange, but once you get the hang of it it'll seem perfectly natural.
So, what you need to do is take the first letter of the object/colour/flag depicted in the picture and write it in the submission form. You do this for each image
shown in the line, and you'll end up spelling a word. Hit submit and you'll earn points!
- Points are awarded for stringing the first letters of the images shown to successfully form a word.
- At present it's only the first letter, but in future, later levels will use other letters from the images.
- Words are spelt using their UK English common-usage spellings. So, we're not looking for the technical Latin names and that it's "colour" not "color"
- If a picture depicts something that is two-worded, all letters will be taken from the first word. That means if a picture of a "golf ball" is shown, all the letters will be from "golf" and "ball" will be discarded. On the other hand, the common-usage of a word like "football" is a single word, so it shall be deemed as such.
- If a picture shows a group of objects, it will be the singular of what is shown. If the image is of a bunch of "grapes", then it will be taken as "grape" (obviously if the singular word naturally has an "S" on the end, that'll remain).
- Country flags depicted will be spelt in English and not in their native languages. They also abide by the two-word rule, so "Czech Republic" for example would simply be "Czech".
- If you need a hint for what a picture depicts, simply hover over it and the alt message will tell you what it is, with the first two letters hidden.
- Common sense is key in Woordplay, whilst the game is designed to be challenging, it is not designed to trick players. If a picture or word continually confuses you, please do let us know (@woordplay) as it may be an issue for other players as well.
Although most of the images used on Woordplay are created by us, some have been sourced from places on the internet in good faith that they are able to be used for commercial purposes without attribution (not that we have anything against attribution, just it would get messy with the number of images per word).
Each image is given a unique code. If you believe any image on the site is licensed under different terms than free commercial/non-attribution, hover over the image and tweet us
the unique code displayed in the alt text and we'll investigate.
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