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- What is ‘Quordle’?
- Is ‘Quordle’ harder than ‘Wordle’?
- Where did ‘Quordle’ originate from?
- How do you pronounce ‘Quordle’?
- Does ‘Quordle’ require a different strategy from ‘Wordle’?
- What sets ‘Quordle’ strategy apart from ‘Wordle’?
- Is there a faster method to get the answer?
- Are there any double or triple letters in the words for today’s ‘Quordle’?
- Are any rare letters like Q or Z in the words for today’s ‘Quordle’?
- What are the answers for today’s ‘Quordle’?
For those who find “Quordle” a bit too difficult, don’t worry! This page has hints and the entire solution. You can scroll down to the bottom to reveal it, but perhaps you just need a strategy guide. Whatever you need, we have you covered.
What is ‘Quordle’?
‘Quordle’ is a five-letter word game similar to ‘Wordle’, but with the twist of having to guess letters that match four words at the same time. Instead of having six attempts, you have nine to correctly guess all four words. It may seem like playing four ‘Wordle’ games at once, but it’s not as daunting as it appears.
Is ‘Quordle’ harder than ‘Wordle’?
Yes, but not to an extreme degree.
Where did ‘Quordle’ originate from?
‘Quordle’ came to life following the ‘Wordle’ craze of late 2021 and early 2022, where people were gaining a liking towards free browser word-guessing games. Creator, Freddie Meyer, took inspiration from ‘Dordle,’ one of the first variations of ‘Wordle,’ which is essentially playing two ‘Wordles’ in one. Fast forward to January 30, when ‘Quordle’ was launched. Six days later, ‘The Guardian’ reported on Meyer’s creation, and now it attracts millions of daily users. Today, Meyer earns some revenue from Patreon, where loyal ‘Quordle’ fans can donate to keep their favorite puzzle game running.
How do you pronounce ‘Quordle’?
It’s pronounced “Kwordle”. Make sure it rhymes with “Wordle,” and definitely not like “curdle.”
Does ‘Quordle’ require a different strategy from ‘Wordle’?
Yes and no.
Your initial strategy should be similar to that of ‘Wordle.’ In fact, if you have a preferred opening word in ‘Wordle,’ there is no reason to change it here. We recommend using a word rich in vowels featuring common letters such as C, R, and N. However, beware, after your first guess, things can get out of hand if you play ‘Quordle’ identically to ‘Wordle.’
What sets ‘Quordle’ strategy apart from ‘Wordle’?
Solving a ‘Wordle’ puzzle comes down to single-letter variations. If “MIGHT” “NIGHT” “LIGHT” and “SIGHT” all fit the requirement of ” -IGHT,” there is a good chance one of those four is the solution. However, that’s also a common way to lose in ‘Wordle,’ especially on “hard mode.” In ‘Quordle,’ it’s vital to avoid this trap since single-lettering winning strategies won’t work. Instead, you should focus on eliminating as many letters as possible at all times to achieve the best outcome.
In ‘Wordle,’ guessing randomly to eliminate untried letters is viewed as a last-ditch and desperate move. Yet, in ‘Quordle,’ it’s a regular part of the player’s strategic tactics.
Is there a faster method to get the answer?
In my experience, ‘Quordle’ is a bit slower than ‘Wordle’, occasionally taking longer to play, but with a blunt-force guessing approach, you can get to the solution quickly. If you only want the answer and don’t care about having the fewest possible guesses, try starting with a series of words that put all the vowels (including Y) and other common letters on the board. We’ve had good luck with the three words: “NOTES,” “ACRID,” and “LUMPY.” YouTuber DougMansLand suggests four words: “CANOE,” “SKIRT,” “PLUMB,” and “FUDGY.”
With this strategy, most of the alphabet is eliminated, and you will only have the ability to make one or two incorrect guesses if you use it. In most cases, you will have all the necessary information to guess the four words correctly without any wrong predictions.
If the strategy doesn’t help and you are still stuck, some hints can be obtained:
Are there any double or triple letters in the words for today’s ‘Quordle’?
One of the words has a letter that appears twice.
Are any rare letters like Q or Z in the words for today’s ‘Quordle’?
Yes, Q is used.
What are the answers for today’s ‘Quordle’?
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