Heardle 90s, the popular music guessing game, has launched a special 90s edition for all the nostalgic millennials out there. This throwback mode lets you relive the 90s through iconic songs from the decade.
Introduction to Heardle and the 90s Edition
For thoseto Heardle, it is a music trivia game where one second of a mystery song. Based on that short clip, you have to guess the song’s name and artist.
With every failed guess,more of the song, up to six tries.
It mode follows the same rules but exclusively features smash hits from the 1990s. From grunge to pop, R&B to hip-hop, get ready fornostalgia!
How to Play90s
Playing 90s Heardle is easy and free. Go to the 90s Heardle website, and the game willdaily 90s
Listen to the short clip carefully before making your first guess. Make sure to type in the exact song name and artist.
If you don’t get itno problem! The clip lengthens with each incorrect or skipped guess. This gives you vocals, instruments or other details to inform your next try.
Oncethe right answer, you can share your 90s Heardle score for that day on social media. Try to solve each song in as few attempts as possible for serious bragging rights!
Tips and Tricks for90s
90s Heardle tests your knowledge of 1990s music across genres. Here are some tips to up your game:
Brush up on 90s music history – know major artists, bands, songs and trends
Listen for distinguishing instruments like electric guitar riffs, key synthesizers or saxophones
Pay attention to the vocalist’s tone and style
Identify the song’s genre early – pop, rock, hip-hop, etc. This narrows options
Listen closely for any lyrics or repetitive hooks you can detect
Eliminate possibilities – if you know it’s not Country, you can rule out Shania Twain, for example
Avoid repeated guesses – use logic and make each attempt count
Examples of90s Songs
To give you a taste of the diverse song selection, here are some examples of tracks you might encounter in 90s Heardle mode:
“Smells Like Teen Spirit” by Nirvana
“Baby Got Back” by Sir Mix-a-Lot
“Waterfalls” by T.L.C.
“I Will Always Love You” by Whitney Houston
“Creep” by Radiohead
“Losing My Religion” by R.E.M.
“I Want It That Way” by Backstreet Boys
“No Diggity” by Blackstreet
“Say My Name” by Destiny’s Child
“Killing Me Softly With His Song” by The Fugees
Benefits of90s for Music Lovers
It offers a fun, engaging way for 90s kids to reminisceSome benefits include:
Nostalgia – brings back fond memories tied to songs and artists
Music discovery – introduces you to hits you may have forgotten or missed the first time
Tests music knowledge – especially of more obscure songs beyond the big singles
Social connections – share score and discuss music preferences with friends
Brain exercise –for memory, focus, and listening skills
Quick distraction – each 90s Heardle only takes a few minutes
Q. How many guesses do you get?
A. Youguesses per 90s Heardle song.
Q. Can you replay a
A. No, each challenge is only available for 24 hours. You cannot replay previous songs.
Q. Does90s cost money?
A. Nope, it is 100% free to play online. No subscription or payment is required.
Q. Are there other Heardle editions besides the 90s?
A. Yes, there are 80s, 90s, 00s, and current hits editions on regular Heardle. There is also Heardlearound specific artists.
A. No, there are no built-in hints or help options. Your memory is your only source of information!
For anyone who grew up in the 90s, Heardle 90s is a fun blast from the past. It breathes new life into the legendary songs that defined the decade. Gather your friends, put on your Reebokand scrunchies, and enjoy this throwback edition of the viral music guessing game.
How many iconic hits can you identifysecond? Test your nostalgic knowledge of 90s music now with 90s Heardle!
Here you can also read about Heardle 70s.