A game of strategy and vocabulary
WordCord is based on the "Doublets" game made famous by Lewis Carroll in the late 1870s. It's sometimes called word ladder, word links, stepwords or even word golf.
The aim of the game is simple - change one word into another, changing just one letter at a time - but each change must make a new word!
So you could change CAT into DOG like this;
A game might have many different solutions.
WordCord allows the player to try the games first set by Lewis Carroll in 1879 and published in Vanity Fair magazine. These are classic games like "Change WET to DRY".
WordCord can also create new games on demand - using 3, 4 or 5 letter words. So WordCord always has a fresh challenge for you.
This section answers the questions we are frequently asked by WordCord players.
What is the difference between WordCord and WordCord Free?
WordCord Free lets you play 3 and 4 letter games. WordCord Free challenges can be either "easy" or "medium".
WordCord lets you play 3, 4 and 5 letter games and can create challenges that are either "easy", "medium" or "hard".
Are the WordCord challenge games solvable?
Yes. When WordCord generates a new game there will always be a solution.
Why does WordCord show "Word Not Found" for some words?
WordCord uses a word list that is based on the dictionary available on the device. In some cases, true words won't be in the word list supported by the device. Try using a different word to solve the game.
I have an idea to make WordCord better, can I tell you about it?
Sure! Contact us, we love to hear ideas from our players.