‘High Score Day’ is a ‘Wordle’-style game that tests video game knowledge

There’s Wordle, SUTOM and Tusmo for words, Heardle for music lovers, and even Nerdle for maths lovers. Well, gamers can now count on High Score Day to test their video game culture daily.

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Launched at the end of March, this new browser game offers you, every day, five images from more or less known video games. It’s up to you to put a name to these pixels!

A daily video game quiz

No need to know the studio, the publisher, or even the year of release of the games offered. For each image that appears on the screen, you just have to type its title in the input bar and validate your choice.

Like Heardle, not all video games are represented in the database. As soon as you type a letter, a drop-down list of varying lengths appears and allows you to make your choice. Useful if a particle of the name escapes us.

But beware: players are only allowed one try per picture. If you get the answer wrong, you immediately move on to the next image. And just like the other browser-based games that High Score Day is inspired by, your score is then easily shared on the networks to show the world your video game culture.

Source: High Score Day

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