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Quordle is an awesome puzzle game based on Wordle in which you have to solve FOUR of the tricky puzzles at once. In total, players have nine chances to solve all four five-letter words, and their guesses appear in all four fields.
Quordle's rules will be easy to understand if you're already familiar with Wordle. There are four five-letter words to guess, and you have nine attempts to do so. Each letter of the words you guess will count in all four-word puzzles. When you guess a valid word, some letters may be highlighted in yellow or green.
The green highlight indicates that you have the right letter in the right spot.
Yellow highlights indicate letters that are in the word but are in the wrong place.
Lastly, if any of your letters are highlighted in grey, it means that those letters are not included in the secret word.
Trying to find as much information as possible first is the best strategy, and then you can narrow it down to the exact words later. There will be a new puzzle every day. You'll be able to view and share your results.
Is there only one Quordle per day?
In the daily challenge mode, Quordle only allows one game per day (echoing Wordle's underlying principles). You can also play as many Quordle challenges as you like in Quordle's practice mode without any restrictions on how many you can play.
Previous Quordle challenges: how to play?
Wordle has a lot of archives and tools that make it easy to find older challenges, but Quordle hasn't gotten to the point where it has its own archives. So, the only way to play older Quordle games is to change the system date to a date in the past that is still valid.
Which one is harder—Wordle or Quordle?
In Quordle, there are four grids to solve instead of just one, like in Wordle. However, the number of chances to win doesn't change much. In a way, Quordle seems like a monster version of Wordle that requires you to shed blood, sweat, and tears in order to find 4 hidden words in 9 guesses... all at the same time.