Quordle, challenges you to crack four words in nine tries. Turning your guessing game into a more vibrant linguistic adventure than Wordle…
Think of Quordle as the upgraded, swanky cousin of Wordle. You know the Wordle drill, right? Well, imagine that, but now, you're not tackling just one word – you're going head-to-head with four! And you've got a cozy nine tries to crack the code.
Now, let's break down how to play Quordle. You've got nine shots to guess four random words. Việc phản hồi được thể hiện qua các màu sắc của chữ cái.
Gray: The letter's a total no-show in the target word.
Yellow: It's in there, but just hanging out in the wrong spot.
Blue: Bingo! Doing a little victory dance, the letter's right where it should be.
Your goal? Turn all those letters green – a flashy signal that you've aced the Quordle puzzle. It's not just about guessing words.
What sets Quordle apart from Wordle?
Quordle adheres to the classic Wordle rules, but with a unique twist – players must decipher four words simultaneously within nine attempts, as opposed to Wordle's six. Given the four hidden words, color hints on the keyboard keys are segmented into four parts corresponding to each word's placement. This variant has garnered popularity for its heightened difficulty and added intrigue compared to the traditional Wordle format.
What's the optimal starting word for Quordle?
When initiating a game, opting for a word without repeating letters and rich in vowels, like "RADIO," is advisable. However, mathematician Grant Sanderson suggests that the most effective starting words are "CRANE" or "SLOTH," incorporating frequently used letters.
Can Quordle be played in different languages?
Quordle provides language versatility through its game dictionary settings located in the top left corner. Currently available in American English, UK English, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Dutch, Russian, Polish, Ukrainian, Swedish, Irish, Czech, Greek, Turkish, Indonesian, and Filipino, players can enjoy the challenge in their preferred language.