About Wordle

Wordle is a fun word game that will challenge your vocabulary. Try to correctly anticipate a five-letter word in six trials to win the game.

This game was made by Welsh software developer Josh Wardle. In 2022, The New York Times Company published it. The gameplay of this game was influenced by the 1955 board game Jotto and the Lingo game show series. Millions of players from all around the world have joined since it launched. The game served as an inspiration for many copies and adaptations. However, no one will ever reach the level of popularity of the original. Why have this game's users come from all around the world? To find out more about the fascinating aspects of this game, play it right away.

The playing rules

You will see a 5x6 grid and a keyboard underneath in this game. Your goal is to correctly guess a five-letter word in six tries. You must first complete the rows with letters. A significant word can be found in a row. Yellow tiles indicate that a letter is present in the concealed word but is not in the proper order. Green tiles indicate that the letter is in the word and is in the proper place. This letter is not in the globe, as indicated by the gray tiles. You can activate the Letter Hint button in the Settings if you run into trouble. The letter that appears twice or more in the secret word will be suggested. The solution will be displayed after all of the grid's letter-filled tiles have been used. You will succeed if you can find the proper term. On the other hand, you will lose if you are incorrect.

You can select the concealed word's letter count in this game. There are four to eleven letter options. It becomes harder to predict a word the more letters there are in it. I suggest starting with words of 4-6 letters if you are a beginner. If you succeed in this game, you may test your vocabulary with terms that include seven to eleven letters.

How to play

To choose letters on the screen, click the left mouse button, or use your keyboard's keys.


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