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Wordle moved from its original web address to one run by the New York Times (NYT) last weekend and some players are not happy.
Those still playing the daily word game on the original website - because they downloaded it or have not refreshed their browser - are getting different words to solve from the NYT version.
That is because the paper has removed five-letter words it deemed offensive.
But it has denied the other big fans' complaint - that it has got harder.
The game, which asks players to find a five-letter word each day with clues along the way, has grown in popularity from fewer than 100 players in November to millions by the end of January.
The NYT denied any changes to gameplay, but it did admit that it was in the process of removing "offensive words" which included whore, slave and wench from both the list of acceptable guesses and the answers.
Wordle isn't fun since the New York Times took over. Is it just me?
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