If you are not a fan of popular games Wordle or Hurdle then maybe try the Framed spin-off.

Described as a game For movie buffs and casual moviegoers alike, it’s inspired by the world’s most popular guessing games.

The game features a new movie every day, selected from a curated list and all sourced through ShotDeck.

Here’s how to play the game, along with hints for the July 25 movie and that all-important answer when you finally give up.

Get a tip for today’s Framed. (Canvas)

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 the movie.

Each hint makes it easier to work through the movie, and in total you get five guesses, just like in Worlde.

“Use the picture to guess the name of the movie.

If you made a mistake, a new image from the movie will open.”

Framed also records how many games you’ve played, your wins and winning percentage, and your current and highest streak.

You can play Done here.

Hints in the box for July 25:

If the July 25th movie is a bit of a headache for you, we’ve included some subtle hints to help you remember without giving away the whole game.

  • It was released in 1999
  • The title of the film consists of two words
  • It was directed by Roger Michell
  • It is listed in the Romance/Comedy genre

What is today’s answer in the box: July 25?

If you’ve given up on today’s game, we can put you out of your misery.

But those still trying to crack the movie look away.

The Framed on July 25: Notting Hill

Play the game through The site is framed.


Previous articleChina buys 300 acres in North Dakota 20 minutes from military base, sparking security concerns
Next articleDharmendra Pradhan calls for inclusion of information about Anusilan Samiti in NCF to inspire the next generation