The new "Wordle" spin-off Primel is challenging and will give you headaches. A prime number list from the University of Tennessee at Martin, a Wordle clone made by Hannah Park, and Wordle itself served as inspiration for the founder. Players can make several guesses at a mystery term that provides them with hints along the way, similar to Wordle.


Primel is really easy to play as long as you have a solid understanding of prime numbers. Simply pick a five-digit prime number as your initial value. You will receive a set of green and yellow tiles based on how closely your term matches the correct prime number for the day. Green tiles indicate that the number is correctly positioned. You have the right number if you receive a yellow tile, but it should be placed somewhere else. You have six chances to choose the right answer.

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