If you love word games, then Wordle is the perfect challenge for you. In this game, players must try to guess a 5-letter word in just six attempts. Each day, a new word is given for players to guess. The rules are simple, similar to Scrabble, only real words are allowed both in guesses and as the final answer.
Here’s how it works: if you correctly guess a letter and it’s in the right spot, the square turns green. But if the guessed letter is in the word but not in the correct position, the square turns yellow. Any letters that are completely wrong turn grey, helping you eliminate them in subsequent tries.
So, how can you crack today’s Wordle? Here are some hints to help you out. Today’s word starts with the letter M and ends with the letter A. It has one vowel that is used twice. The word describes something that is hot and can be found either below or within the Earth’s crust.
If you’re still struggling to save your streak, don’t fret. There’s always a chance for redemption! But if you’ve given up on cracking today’s code, we have the answer for you. Today’s Wordle is MAGMA.
Wordle was created software engineer Josh Wardle, who later sold the game to the New York Times. Since its launch, Wordle has become a worldwide sensation, bringing joy and entertainment to players around the globe. Wardle expressed his gratitude for the game’s success and the personal stories shared players. He also acknowledged the overwhelming response the game has received.
So, why not give Wordle a try? Challenge yourself to crack the 5-letter code and join the global community of enthusiastic Wordle players!
– Wordle New York Times (No URL provided)
– Twitter statement Josh Wardle