Swifties are testing their Taylor Swift knowledge on Heardle

Taylor Swift fans are testing out the lyrics they know All Too Well on a Swiftie-friendly version of Heardle.

Swifties can now test their musical knowledge on Taylor Swift Heardle.
Swifties can now test their musical knowledge on Taylor Swift Heardle.  © Collage: Screenshot/Instagram/taylorswift

First, there were the Harry Styles and BTS-inspired versions of Heardle. Now, Swifties can partake in the lyric-guessing fun with a Heardle all their own.

The music-lovers version of the wildly popular and addicting word-guessing game, Wordle, tasks players with guessing a song based on a short snippet of its intro.

Similar to its predecessors, Taylor Swift Heardle can only be played once per day, and users have six chances to crack the musical code.

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This particular version was made by Twitter user beachboysstan, who is also taking donations. Such monetary tips are not to fund the game per se, but rather to "fuel [their] matcha latte addiction."

The recently launched game has already taken over the Twitter-verse, with Swifties oozing with excitement over its mere existence and questioning how they know so much about Taylor Swift and Taylor Swift alone.

One user tweeted, "Taylor swift Heardle games confirm that I am 100% unwell and the only knowledge in my brain is the first second of every Taylor Swift song ever made," while another wrote, "Getting the taylor swift Heardle in one second on the first try is a personality trait."

Those who'd rather test their Swiftie knowledge in true Wordle fashion can try their hand at Taylordle, which gives players six shots at guessing a five-letter word related to the Grammy-winning singer and her work.

The game itself is modified by Holy Swift Podcast, and if we're being honest: Taylordle offers more of a challenge than its Taylor Swift Heardle counterpart.

As Swifties continue to speculate over their queen's next musical move, they can now do so while brushing up on their lyrical knowledge thanks to Taylor Swift Heardle.

Cover photo: Collage: Screenshot/Instagram/taylorswift

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