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Wordle

ItalophileNJ

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Thing about wordle... you can look at it over coffee and give it a stab. No need to obsess, probably no need to spend more than five minutes. Not nearly as time consuming (or as satisfying) as a good crossword puzzle.
But... as someone said recently.... such a nice little thrill when those five green boxes appear one after the other. ;-)
 

phirhon

100+ Posts
Contest 2019 Winner!
I vary my start word. I try adieu, alien, bread, gloat, tried and a few others. Thanks to the poster who mentioned the Wordle archive. I am working my way through with a couple each day. A bit of light relief from Covid and war.
 

joe

500+ Posts
Today's Worldle (country riddle) was another eye-opener, and the first time I used all my guesses (and Google maps) in order to find the answer.
 

phirhon

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Contest 2019 Winner!
For those who want an extra challenge, there is Quordle
https://www.quordle.com/#/
This requires you to get four words in nine attempts. It is tricky as each guess comes up on all four words at the same time. I begin with the one which has the most letters after the start word and work from there. Each guess hopefully gives more letters in other words. I have been successful but sometimes end up with only one attempt left to guess the last word.
Have fun.
 

phirhon

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Contest 2019 Winner!
It took me a couple of times to get it and I still occasionally do not get all four. I do Wordle every day. We have just visited our 16 year old twin grandchildren and the whole family does Wordle and our son does Quordle. I had not come across it before. All good brain exercise for us oldies!!
 

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