A bit more challenging today! 🙂
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My initial reaction was to agree with Mandy (and now Tarantella). "Let's picnic in the woods opposite my house." Semantically the destination is singular. Grammatically, however, Dorkle is right, you cannot get away with "The woods *is* opposite my house." Singular or plural, grammar vs. semantics. I think there's a good case for including "woods" as a valid answer nevertheless.
I take your point, and agree that 100% should be reserved for a perfect score. It would only require one extra rule, however, to preserve this while allowing normal rounding rules to apply in all other cases.
Add #losses or #wins (or both) to stats, please.
Also, the win% seems to be rounded down, not rounded to the nearest integer: 8/9 wins registers as 88%, not 89%. (Dordle does the same.)
P.S. Very good game, a real mental challenge! Bravo!!!