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Edlrow has the same limits as Wordle, but you can play five puzzles a day instead of just one. As you might have guessed from the name, the game is the opposite of Wordle. You are given the correct answer at the end and have to use the color-coded letters to figure out how you got there.
Wordle and Eldrow both have the same rules and colors. Here is how they are used in the game. 5 puzzles a day. Solve the puzzles and tell us how you did.
The root word and multicolor grid make each puzzle one of a kind. The root word in this puzzle is "BLIND." You type your guess in the multicolored grid above it and press enter. Because of the colors on this grid, the right answer must be one of the following:
One green tile means that a correct answer should have "B" in the same slot as in "BLIND," which is the first slot.
A yellow tile means that a correct answer should have one letter of "BLIND" that is not "B" in a different place than the other letters of "BLIND." Three black tiles mean that the answer doesn't have two letters in "BLIND" that aren't "B."
One possible answer to this puzzle is "BOODY." Other words could be used. You can only get one right. If you put "BOODY" through all of the above rules, you'll find that it meets all of them.
You can delete your guess and start over by pressing the DELETE button.