It was Wednesday, the clock struck midnight, and a new Wordle puzzle was about to be solved. Recent puzzles have been criticized for being too difficult, especially since The New York Times acquired the rights to the game. Fortunately, Express Online makes solving your Wordle puzzle a little easier, with three spoiler-less tips and hints to help you solve Wordle 270 on March 16th. Go to the bottom of the page for tips. Remember not to share the answer with those in the comments. Good luck!
Wordle is a pretty straightforward game, but if you are new to popular entertainment, this is how it works.
Fans are given six opportunities to guess the five-letter word correctly. For each guess, the writing tiles will be displayed in one of three colors. If the letter tile turns gray, the letter will not appear in the word you guessed.
If the tile turns yellow, the spelling you guessed is in the word, not in the correct position. If the tile turns green, the letter will be in the word and in the correct place.
You can share your score on social media (for pride), while apps keep track of your stats.
On the other hand, if you fail to solve the puzzle, you will have to wait until the next day for the new Wordlay to be released.
Following are three specific tips for Wordle 270, read some general Wordle notes …
Wordle Tips and Tricks …
Do not use the same letter twice in your initial guess.
Try to use vowels like ‘A’ and ‘E’ especially in your first guess.
Avoid letters like ‘X’, ‘Z’ and ‘Q’ if you know exactly what the answer is.
‘CRANE’ is a good word to start with, while ‘GHOUL’ is a good second guess.
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Wordle 270 Traces …
1. Wordle 270 has two vowels.
2. Wordle 270 starts with the letter ‘C’.
3. As the popularity of the game increases, it will not be long before people start hosting Wordley parties. Make sure you get someone decent to do the food and drink.
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