I'm still trying to sort through how I feel about this. To be honest, as a learner myself, this is definitely not the best for my learning style. I am more motivated by real-life discussions and posting on forums feels very disconnected. Scrolling through screens doesn't feel much different than turning pages in a textbook. I'm sure there are adults/students that benefit from this kind of instruction, but I think it is a learning style preference that isn't specific to self-motivated learners or advanced learners. But yet, I'm not sure what my solution is either.
Mastering the Instructions of heardle:
Each player receives one daily challenge featuring music sourced from SoundCloud. Heardle introduces unique elements and rules. The game provides six boxes for entering song guesses, but there's no traditional grid or keyboard. Colors play a minimal role in the clues, and the challenge is to figure out the music with just six guesses.