Play Wordle in Terminal via SSH

Wordle is the game of the moment and you can play it on your terminal with this version written in Go.

Play Wordle in Terminal via SSH

The internet only talks about Wordle, it’s the game of the moment!

Wordle is a web-based word game created and developed by Welsh software engineer Josh Wardle and owned and published by The New York Times Company since 2022.

Players have six attempts to guess a five-letter word, with feedback given for each guess in the form of colored tiles indicating when the letters match or occupy the correct position.

The mechanics are nearly identical to the 1955 pen and paper game Jotto and the Lingo television game franchise.

Wordle has a single daily solution, with all players trying to guess the same word.


Clidle is the version of Wordle in the terminal with TUI (Terminal User Interface) written with the programming language Golang .

To run it on your system you don’t need to install anything. Just use command SSH as follows:

ssh -p 3000

If you want to run locally, just have Go installed and use the command:

go install

For more information go to clidle repository .

go tui terminal