Q: Who or what is Artle?
No, it’s not your old third-grade buddy. It’s another Wordle spinoff, but this time it is about great works of art, so it is much more high-brow than say, Lewdle (although art can be quite erotic) or Subwaydle (yes, you guessed it, New Yorkers). Artle is the real thing: it’s from the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C, and considering that their collection contains over 155,000 paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, and sculpture, they can easily offer a new Artle game each day.
How it works
Basically, a player is given four chances to guess the artist’s name from the picture. Each wrong guess earns another chance until all the chances are used up. Can’t figure it out? The artist’s name is revealed at the end.
Artle, like The National Gallery of Art, is free, everyday.