Weaver is an online puzzle game where players are given two words and the aim of the game is to ‘weave’ your way from the first word to the second word. The way in which you do this is by entering a four-letter word, which only changes one letter from the starter word to get you closer to the bottom word.
In this game, you can solve puzzles as often as you like and on any device. You don’t have to wait for new levels to be released, just log in from anywhere and at any time to enjoy this mind-bending game.
Weaver is super easy to play; the only thing you need to know is that you must use both words and only letters from each word. For example, if the first word was ‘orange’ and the second one was ‘lemon’, your answer would be ‘yellow’ because it uses both words but only letters from both of them.
It might sound easy but it’s actually pretty challenging. You start by reading the two words, for example, Cherry and Apple. Then you have to think of a word that connects the two, in this case, Cherry Tree.
Cherry + Tree = Apple (The word we want)
After that, you need to think of another word that connects them both again and so on until you reach the second word. The difficulty increases when there are more than two words in between, like in this case: Lemon + Orange + Tangerine + Grapefruit > Apple > Pear.
The game is challenging because there are so many different ways to connect the words that you’re not always sure which way is correct! Anyone can come up with their own creative solutions; it depends upon your imagination and how ridiculous you want to get.
See if you have what it takes to master this game? Good luck!
How to play Weaver
Examples of Weaver games
Each time you enter a 5-letter word, the program will inform you of the letters that are present in the word you are looking for. If the letter is there but not in the proper location, it will change to green.
Your guess's letters are:
- Green if either word contains green (right letter, right spot)
- Yellow if either word contains yellow (right letter, wrong spot)
- Gray if it doesn't appear in either word.
This is an illustration of how to solve weaver in the present.