Muse, Paramore and Taylor Swift now have their own versions of ‘Heardle’
The original version of Heardle provides players a daily challenge where they must guess a song and the artist in the least amount of time possible. Recent answers have included hits by Arctic Monkeys, Spice Girls and Red Hot Chilli Peppers but fans have created a few band-specific versions of the game for a more in-depth challenge.
First up there’s Muse Heardle which features album tracks and b-sides. The game has been officially endorsed by the band and you can find it here.
— muse (@muse) April 20, 2022
Then there’s Paramore Heardle, which also includes tracks from their five-album back catalogue alongside standalone singles and b-sides. Check it out here.
— chelsea (@Prangaerie) April 16, 2022
In the world of K-pop, fans can play MONSTA X or EXO versions of the game (here and here) while a BTS take on the name-that-tune games gives players seven tries in honour of the group’s seven members while also offering them the chance to collect band member photos from every era of the group.
Set to release tomorrow (April 23), the Wu-Tang Clan crossover will bring two outfits and a slew of other cosmetics and emotes. Just like Fortnite‘s recent Coachella-themed outfits, the Wu-Tang Back Bling items will be music reactive, and will create different visual effects whenever the player hears music playing in the game.
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Fans of Muse, Paramore, Taylor Swift and Waterparks have created band-specific versions of Heardle – find out where to play below: READ MORE: Against The Current: the pop punk band who found a home in gaming The original version of Heardle provides players a daily challenge where they must guess a song and the artist…