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Odordle is a much harder version of Wordle. In this game, players must guess eight five-letter words in as many as 13 guesses. For an even more challenging game, try Octordle.
Players solve each grid and word quickly to leave room for guesses, using the same rules as Wordle and its color-coding scheme. Working on eight grids at once is difficult and frustrating because you can't see everything on the screen, but solving all eight before you run out of guesses is more rewarding.
The basic gameplay of Octordle is the same as Wordle. There are eight 5-letter words that you must guess, and you get a total of 13 chances to figure them out. As with Wordle, you get green, yellow, and gray highlights when you guess the right position, wrong position, and wrong letter. The whole point is to solve eight different puzzles at the same time, where each guess works on all of them. This immediately changes the whole plan for how to play the game. So, when you're done with today's Wordle, try this monster of a Wordle alternative.
Octordle Game Modes:
Dordle, Quordle, and Octordle, which are newer versions, have two different ways to play: Daily Play and Free Play. In the Daily Octordle, everyone around the world gets the same set of eight five-letter words. For those who want to enjoy the classic Wordle experience, this mode is a perfect choice.
The free version of Octordle, which you can play as much as you want, is a good way for players to get used to the game's multitasking style before trying the daily Octordle. With this mode, players can play as many times as they want, each time with a different Octordle.
A few examples of good words with 3–4 vowels are ADIEU, ABOUT, EQUAL, OUIJA, AUDIO, and LOUIE.
The best way to solve the puzzle is to start with the grid that has the most letters shown and try to figure it out in the first one or two tries. Only then should you move on to the other grids. You can start with any grid first. If you can't think of a word, scroll down and look at the other grids. If you try one of those, you might find a new word.
Both Wordle and Octordle are based on the same basic rules that are applied to each grid. Both have the same word input rules and use the same color scheme (green, yellow, and gray) that we're used to. But Octordle is very different from Wordle because it has 8 grids at once that each takes the word you type in. You can use the scroll bar to see these grids.
While Wordle displays only the spoiler-filled answers, Octordle displays the entire result. Unlike Dordle, Octordle copies all results along with the answers if you select the copy to clipboard option.