Poeltl – A Guessing Game That Involves the NBA
Having a good knowledge of NBA players is important for any sports fan, but a new website is launching a guessing game that involves the NBA. Poeltl is similar to the popular Wordle game, but the players’ names are hidden inside a silhouette. Players have eight chances to guess a player’s name from a variety of facts. In addition to the player’s name, the site also displays his position, height, team and division.
The San Antonio Spurs nearly traded away Poeltl last week, but did not. Instead, teams offered first-round picks in an attempt to acquire him. Despite his dazzling performance against the Wizards last week, Poeltl remained unmoved. He nearly recorded a triple-double during his last game, a 109-90 loss. That made many fans want to see the Spurs make a move for the 6-foot-8 forward.
The new daily game, called Poeltl, is similar to a word puzzle, but the aim is to guess the name of a mystery player in as few as 8 tries. The game also gives players the option to share their guesses on Twitter or Facebook. Although it’s still early in its development, it has already gone viral in a matter of hours. So, if you’re a fan of NBA players, don’t miss it!
If you have ever played scrabble, you’ll know how much fun this game can be! It’s easy to play, especially for young players. The game asks you to guess a player’s name by using the clues provided. Each time you guess correctly, the game will offer tips and hints that can help you make an educated decision. Just be aware that the clues can change after a few tries.
Aside from the player’s name, the game also includes a headshot of a mystery player. While this hasn’t been a major factor in its development, it’s certainly been welcomed by some users, and the mystery player headshot feature is also getting a good reception. In fact, Danon, who is also the producer of the popular NBA podcast Dunktown, which aired its final episode on March 23, was overjoyed with the positive response to Poeltl. He knows how important it is to have a distraction in these tough times.