Tool (Solver) to resolve daily grids of Wordle, a game where the player has to find one word per day, in less than 6 tries.
Wordle Solver - dCode
Tag(s) : Word Games
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Wordle is a word game offered by Josh Wardle here (link) whose goal is to find a 5 letter word.
Each try should be an existing word in the dictionary, and after each try a color system indicates which letters are well placed, which are misplaced, and which are not in the word.
The object of the Wordle game is to find the word in 6 tries or less.
Indicate the pattern of the word with - (dash) for unknown letters. At the first word, no need to use the solver, start with a random word (or almost, see below).
Example: -C-D- for a 5 letter word with C in 2nd position and D in 4th position.
Indicate the misplaced letters and the missing letters deduced from the preceding words.
The solver will show the full list of possible words.
The first word can be decisive, it is advisable to propose a word which uses a maximum of distinct letters among those used in the language of the game.
In English, the most frequent letters are E, T, A, O, I, N, S, R, H. dCode therefore suggests using as the first 5 letter word: NOTES , NOISE, etc. If no letter is well placed, try the following letters like the word CRUSH or LUNCH.
In the variants of the game using more letters, dCode offers INSERT, RETAIN for 6 letters and ANOTHER or SENATOR for 7 letters.
Use of Word Solver is at the player's discretion. Some use it as a learning tool to progress, while others may consider it a cheat.
Wordle was created in 2008 by Jonathan Feinberg, a very successful copy was put online in November 2021 by Josh Wardle, a concept which was bought by the New York Times.
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Cite as source (bibliography):
Wordle Solver on dCode.fr [online website], retrieved on 2023-12-03,