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Crosswordle is similar to Wordle, but it has a Sudoku twist. Here, the goal is to put the right letters in the daily grid.
Crosswordle Sudoku is more challenging than it appears at first. Players are given a Wordle-like board, with the final word filled in, to use in the game. Based on the provided answer, you must reverse-engineer the Wordle grid. Then, using the known letters as well as the yellow and green squares, you have to figure out words that will lead you to the final answer.
Guesses can only be made using the letters in the final result. In green tiles, you need to put the letter that goes with that column in that exact spot. For the yellow tiles, you can use any of the other letters, as long as you put them in the wrong places on purpose. As an added bonus, Crosswordle includes a timer to keep you on your toes.
Every day, there's a new puzzle to solve. On weekdays, there are four rows of puzzles; on weekends, there are six. There is an "Unlimited" mode that lets you play the game as many times with your preferred number of rows as you like. You can also use the "Builder" mode to make your own Wordle puzzles. You can choose the final answer, choose the size of the puzzle, and check to see if you have made a valid one.
Crosswordle's seven error notifications help players find one of the many possible solutions to the grid's clues. The wrong letters are marked with a red flag in the top right corner.
The error alerts are:
Letter doesn't appear in the last row: This message is shown when the letters used by players in the colored tiles don't match the letters in the last row.
Letter is in the last row: Players can't use any of the final word's letters in a gray tile in Crosswordle. Wordle uses gray tiles to represent incorrect guesses that don't exist in the solution.
The letter is in the same spot as in the last row: This alert appears when a letter on a yellow tile is in the same spot as the last row. Correct guesses in the original Wordle would be marked by the use of the color green.
Words that don't exist: All words guessed must be real words that actually exist.
Crosswordle's Sudoku element comes into play here. Players can not, like in Sudoku, repeat letters from previous rows.
Letter is used more than it happens: The player can't use a letter more than once in their guess if it doesn't appear more than once in the final row.
Should use letters already found: This is consistent with Wordle's hard mode, in which properly predicted letters (both green and yellow) are required to be used in subsequent guesses.
Crosswordle is a difficult-to-solve variant of the popular word-guessing game Wordle. Players should be able to get the feel of the game quite quickly once they start playing. Have fun!