Old English wordle

How do you play?
A five-letter word is chosen which players aim to guess within six tries. After every guess, each letter is marked as either green, yellow or gray: green indicates that letter is correct and in the correct position, yellow means it is in the answer but not in the right position, while gray indicates it is not in the answer at all.
You can play using both the on-screen keyboard or a physical keyboard.

The word list which is used in this game includes 5470 entries of 5 letters. They have been selected from this online dictionary, created by Richard Zimmermann.
As far as orthography is concerned, accented letters have been replaced with non-accented ones (e. g. áglǽca > aglæca).
The letter "k" is not given, since it is replaced by "c".
For a first approach to Old English vocabulary you can read this core word list, published by C. Rauer (University of St Andrews).

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I used a wordle clone (written by A. Antunović).

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