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Hello Wordl is a new version of Wordle, and the rules are the same: You have six chances to figure out the mystery word by using the clues. Unlike the original Wordle, this new version allows you to play for an infinite amount of time. You can even adjust the length of the hidden word, which can range from four to eleven letters.
There are two modes in Hello Wordl: Today's and Random. The first option is the same as Wordle, where everyone guesses the same word, but you can still choose the character limit. You can play the game as many times as you want with the second option, which is very similar to Wordle Unlimited. Continue guessing a new word, then go back to step one and try it again. There are no rules, but you have to get each word right in six tries or less.
Hello Wordl is an online game that can be played using a web browser. To play, you need to navigate to this page on your computer or mobile device and use any web browser. When the page loads, the Hello Wordl Random mode will appear.
Hello Wordl's "Today's" mode can be accessed by clicking the "Today's" button in the upper left-hand corner. In addition, you may set the maximum number of characters for a mystery word. The slider's range is between 4 and 11 characters. When you have selected a game mode and character limit, you can type words using the on-screen keyboard or your keyboard.
First, you must type in a random word. Make sure you pick it carefully and don't use words with letters that aren't used very often, like Q, X, Z, etc. Then, the color of the tiles will change based on what you do.
If the tile turns green, the letter is in the right place; if it turns yellow, the letter is in the wrong place; and if it turns grey, the letter isn't there. Just keep guessing based on the colors of the tiles, and you'll figure out what the secret word is. If one word a day is not enough, you can play Hello Wordl after the daily word. You can't send individual challenges to your friends like you can with Wordle Unlimited, but it's still a great way to improve your skills.