Wordle has kept people hooked from time to time. It has become a part of many people’s daily schedules. This is currently the best way to have fun and test your knowledge. It won’t be wrong to say that Wordle has taken the entire internet world by storm lately. People like to play with words by playing Wordle.

Who created the ‘wordle’ game?

Josh Wardle, based in Brooklyn, New York, created the wordle game. His girlfriend, Palak Shah, loves crossword puzzles, which led Wardle to create her own game as a gift.

What are Wordle’s rules?

If you are a beginner and wondering how to get started with the game, read on to learn more about the rules.

  • The player must guess the five-letter word based on the clues.
  • Six tries are allowed to guess the word and the tiles change color depending on how close the answer is to the answer.
  • If the tiles turn green, it means that the letters and their positioning are correct. However, if the tile turns yellow, the letters are correct, but they are placed in the wrong positions and you will have to try again.

The rules are simple. However, that doesn’t make the game any easier. Sometimes the most common words confuse your mind and you tend to solve difficult words quickly.

Where to find the game?

You can play Wordle for free every day on the official Wordle website. The site only publishes one challenge per day. However, you can visit the archives to solve more challenges from the last days.

Now comes the main part. Suppose you can’t get the correct answer from Wordle 285 on Thursday either. Here are some tips to help you.

  • It has only one vowel.
  • It has 2 L and a W.
  • This word ends with Y.
  • It would be better if you stooped to get the word.

Now, if you haven’t guessed it by now, the answer to Wordle 285 is LOWLY. Wasn’t it quite tricky and easy at the same time?

Anyway, good luck with Wordle 286!

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