If you’re not a fan of the hit games Wordle or Heardle, maybe try the movie spin-off Framed.
Described as a game for “cinephiles and casual moviegoers”, it is inspired by popular guessing games around the world.
The game sees a new movie every day chosen from a list of curators who have all been purchased through ShotDeck.
Here’s how to play the game as well as tips for the 6th of July movie and that all-important answer when you eventually give up.
How to play Framed
The daily online game involves people trying to guess what the movie is by seeing images of scenes from the movie.
Each clue helps the movie work out, and in total you get five guesses, much like Worlde.
“Use the picture provided to guess the name of the movie.
If you’re wrong, a new image from the film is revealed.”
Box also records the number of games you play, your wins and win rate as well as your current and highest streak.
You can play Framed here.
Boxed advice from July 6:
If the 6th of July movie is shaping up to be a bit of a headache for you, we’ve included some subtle tricks to help you boost your memory without giving away the whole game.
- It was released in 2003
- The title of the film is a word
- It was directed by Park Chan-wook
- It is listed in genre Drama/Mystery
What is today’s framed answer: July 6?
If you dropped out of today’s game, we can save you the misery.
But those who are still trying to break the movie, look away now.
The sidebar for July 6 is: Oldboy
Play the game through the Frame website.