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Wordle was invented by Josh Wardle, a New York-based software developer, as a play on his name. The word game Wordle is shown on a mobile phone on January 12, 2022 in Houston, Texas. Newsweek has provided some hints to help you work out the latest puzzle.What is the wordle game?
Wordle is a daily word game that tests players' knowledge of the English language, fortunately Newsweek is on hand to help those who might be stumped with today's brain teaser. The rules of the game are simple, players use a color-coded system in order to work out what the day's word is and input five letters into the six rows.Is wordle still popular in 2021?
It's nearly a year since Wordle was first released to the public, in October 2021, and the popularity of the online brainteaser shows few signs of abating.Is wordle the most popular digital puzzle ever?
Whether it's the fact that it provides us a new challenge daily or that it's truly difficult at times, Wordle has indisputably become one of the most popular digital puzzles.