Turn your Wordle results into fun Townscaper buildings

Mollie's Worlde2Townscaper structure.
(Image credit: Oskar Stålberg)

I've seen them. You've seen them. We've all seen the little black, green and yellow squares flood our Twitter timelines as people share their Wordle victories and woes. The daily five-letter word game has quickly become a part of many people's routine, but sharing your results in a tweet is so blasé. Instead, why not announce your victory over the English dictionary with a Townscaper building?

Keep Your Streak

Today's Wordle being played on a phone

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Wordle today: Get the answer
Wordle tips: Don't get STUMPed
Wordle starting words: Headstart
Games like Wordle: More dailies

GitHub user tarmo888 has created Wordle2Townscaper, which lets you take those coloured squares and turn them into funky-looking structures. You can either paste your tweet into the GitHub page, copy over your results or enter it all in manually. It'll then spit out a link for your shiny new Townscaper building that you can view in the recently released browser-based demo. 

There are a few customisation options, like filling in the gaps or removing the bottom gap so you're not potentially rocking a building on giant stilts. It gives you a rather basic tower (or bungalow, depending on how good you are), but as Rock Paper Shotgun points out it can make a good starting point to add some depth and build upon.

It's a cool alternative way to share your guesses, and it's friendlier for accessibility too—while Wordle's current share function is nice and abstract for those who've yet to complete the puzzle, it's a nightmare for people who use screen readers to navigate Twitter. Even Townscaper's creator Oskar Stålberg got in on the fun, tweeting his "embarrassing attempt" at Wordle in building form. I got some of the PC Gamer team to send me over their own results for today's word and ran them all through Wordle2Townscaper for your viewing pleasure.

Mollie Taylor
Features Producer

Mollie spent her early childhood deeply invested in games like Killer Instinct, Toontown and Audition Online, which continue to form the pillars of her personality today. She joined PC Gamer in 2020 as a news writer and now lends her expertise to write a wealth of features, guides and reviews with a dash of chaos. She can often be found causing mischief in Final Fantasy 14, using those experiences to write neat things about her favourite MMO. When she's not staring at her bunny girl she can be found sweating out rhythm games, pretending to be good at fighting games or spending far too much money at her local arcade.