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by Krista Gross (2022-08-28)

Players are limited to a single daily session of the cooking-themed game phoodle. It's a puzzle game inspired by the well-known service Wordle. There is a sharing feature in Phoodle that is very similar to the one just described. You can now show off to your pals how well you picked the daily menu by copying an emoji string to the clipboard.
Rather than guessing a single word, as in phoodle, players here must instead predict a series of food-related words, with each set of words appearing in a different order each day. In this simple game, your goal is to accurately guess the food name within six tries. You must guess a real, five-letter food-related term.

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