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Sheet Games: Learn to Build Games with Google Sheets
Discover how to build games within Google Sheets. From simple guess a number games to complex games like "Wordle"

Are you looking to build games that don't require any coding or programming skills? Do you want to create games that can be easily shared and played with friends or colleagues? Then you're in the right place! 

With Google Sheets, you can create all sorts of games, from simple guessing games to complex puzzles like "Wordle." In these tutorials, I'll show you how to get started with building games in Google Sheets, step by step.

Before we get started with building games, here are a few things you'll need:
  • A Google account (if you don't have one, sign up for free)
  • Basic knowledge of how to use Google Sheets
  • A creative mind and a willingness to experiment

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Looking for a way to segment data based on specific criteria? The FILTER formula is perfect for you. 

If you need to replace VLOOKUP, give INDEX/MATCH a try.

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