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Gosto de jogar “Termo” enquanto tomo o pequeno-almoço. Depois de completar o jogo principal, faço a versão “Dueto” e a “Quarteto”. Hoje fiz um erro parvo na “Quarteto”. Já identificara as letras 1,2,3 e 5 (não digo quais as letras para não dar spoilers!) . Só precisava de adivinhar mais uma letra para preencher o último espaço. Infelizmente, havia várias opções de palavras possíveis, dependendo da quarta letra. Podia ser uma R, V, C, T, D… Hum… Provavelmente haveria ainda mais opções.

De qualquer maneira, devia ter escolhido uma palavra que utilizasse 3 letras possíveis (por exemplo “DUCTO”) para experimentar três de uma vez mas queria usar o mínimo número possível de tentativas, portanto, experimentei o V. Não. Então, T? Não. V? Em breve, desperdiçara 4 tentativas e por fim falhei.

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A fellow learner, Frollein_d, put me onto this game, Quina, which is like a harder version of Termo. To be honest, it’s a little too hard for me. I can do it, but it makes my eyes bubble. It’s definitely worth a look though, if you’re a hardcore puzzle fan.

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Termo-nator 2 (and 4!)

I’ve mentioned Termo on here before. I like word games and doing a portuguese version just seemed like too good an opportunity to pass up. But I didn’t realise that there were other versions of it on the same site: you can play Dueto and Quarteto.

This is really exciting. My breakfast brain teaser just got ten times harder!

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Wordle On Tap

I’ve mentioned before that there’s a Portuguese version of Wordle called Termo and I’ve been enjoying that in a daily basis. Well, there’s now a termo not on twitter, so this vice is on tap 24 hours a day!

To play, just tweet at this account and tell it a five letter word. It’ll reply straight away and you can keep going till you win. Or don’t.

It’s not as easy to follow as the website because you have to keep track of what letters you’ve used but that’s OK, it’s still fun and challenging and you can do it more than once a day!

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Wordle Eclipse of the Heart

Sorry if anyone followed my tip the other day about Termo, the Portuguese Wordle. God knows what happened with today’s word. I think it was the name of a female character from an anime or something. I couldn’t even get it.

joguei #23 X/6 *


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I keep seeing people posting these funny little boxes online, looking like a bad game of tetris, but I only found out today that there’s a Portuguese version of Wordle called Termo. This is definitely going to be a part of my study-adjacent messing about from now on.

joguei #20 4/6 *