How to play Sumplete, an AI-generated game that will challenge Wordle for the top spot
If you find that one Wordle a day isn’t enough for you, you should learn how to play Sumplete. To test your mental acuity, ChatGPT can create fully original games. One of these has developed into a complete game called Sumplete, which can be downloaded from sumplete.com. Yes, this is an AI-generated game, but fortunately neither you nor it require artificial intelligence to play, nor will it deviate from the intended course.
Playing Sumplete is described here.
Rules for playing Sumplete
Sumplete is remarkably straightforward for a game made by an AI. We prefer to think of it as being somewhat like a reverse Sudoku where you remove the numbers instead of adding them.
In order for each row and column to add up to the target numbers outside the grid, it is necessary to remove numbers from the grid.
Simply choose a number, slap a red ‘X’ across it, and then remove it; alternatively, create a green circle around any numbers you want to maintain. Look at the illustration below.
Another illustration: in this straightforward 4×4 grid, we must get the top row to exactly add up to 3 and the first vertical column to equal 2 . The core of the game is that removing a number from one row or column will inevitably affect the others.
View the answer to this puzzle. Although this one was simple, larger 9×9 grids can be quite challenging and even contain awful negative values.
How to play Sumplete — access
2. Remove numbers in a row/column
Choose numbers to keep or remove them with a red “X” or green “O” sign. Each row and column should add up to the same number as the numbers outside the grid. Try to complete the entire grid.
3. Start a new game or make it harder
After you’ve finished solving the grid, you can either choose New challenge to start over or use the drop-down box to select a harder challenge by selecting a larger grid size.
ChatGPT created the
How, therefore, did an AI design a game? Creator Daniel Tait utilized ChatGPT on OpenAI’s website (not the Bing version) and typed in the prompt “can you invent a logic puzzle similar to sudoku that doesn’t currently exist.”