Muse, Paramore and Taylor Swift now have their own versions of ‘Heardle’

BTS, Waterparks and MONSTA X fans have also created band-specific takes of the game

Fans of Muse, Paramore, Taylor Swift and Waterparks have created band-specific versions of Heardle – find out where to play below:

The original version of Heardle provides players a daily challenge where they must guess a song and the artist in the least amount of time possible. Recent answers have included hits by Arctic Monkeys, Spice Girls and Red Hot Chilli Peppers but fans have created a few band-specific versions of the game for a more in-depth challenge.

First up there’s Muse Heardle which features album tracks and b-sides. The game has been officially endorsed by the band and you can find it here.

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Then there’s Paramore Heardle, which also includes tracks from their five-album back catalogue alongside standalone singles and b-sides. Check it out here.

Following on from the Taylor Swift version of Wordle (Taylordle), there’s also now a Swiftie take on Heardle to play alongside it.

There’s also a Waterparks version of the game which has confused the band and can be played here.

In the world of K-pop, fans can play MONSTA X or EXO versions of the game (here and here) while a BTS take on the name-that-tune games gives players seven tries in honour of the group’s seven members while also offering them the chance to collect band member photos from every era of the group.

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Earlier this month, a Sonic The Hedgehog version of Heardle was unveiled, pulling music from across Sonic’s 31-year legacy. 

In other news, Epic Games has announced that a line of Wu-Tang Clan cosmetics are coming to Fortnite, which RZA has dubbed “Fortangerous”.

Set to release tomorrow (April 23), the Wu-Tang Clan crossover will bring two outfits and a slew of other cosmetics and emotes. Just like Fortnite‘s recent Coachella-themed outfits, the Wu-Tang Back Bling items will be music reactive, and will create different visual effects whenever the player hears music playing in the game.

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