Wordle has become a global sensation since it has been released officially by The New York Times. It has gained huge popularity and it is one of the most played online games. Wordle has become a morning tea ritual for people for its interesting play of words.
Wordle was initially designed by Engineer Josh Wardle for his wife who loved word games. Later on, it was bought by The New York Times for six figures. It is available on the official website of NYT and is globally accessible.
It does not require any log in formalities and is completely ad-free.
How to Play Wordle?
Wordle is a word puzzle game in which you have to crack a five letter word given in a grid. You have to randomly type letters inside the grid across and down in order to check the word.
The blocks will change color to let you know if you are playing it right or not. Here's how-
If it turns Red, it means letters from your word are not there in the secret word at all.
Yellow means, the letters are there but not in the same position.
Green means, you've nailed it, letters match with the same position in which they are placed
Wordle Hints for October 2
The word starts with M.
It has only one vowel E.
The word ends with Y.
It has two repeated letters.
Hope these hints help you with the answer for today's Wordle puzzle. If not, scroll down to maintain your winning streak.
Spoiler Alert!!! Answer Ahead!
Wordle Answer for October 2
Wishing you luck for your next puzzle, keep looking for this space to know hints and answers for all the upcoming Wordle puzzles.
Who designed Wordle?
Engineer Josh Wardle designed Wordle for his wife who loves word games. It was made publically accessible publically when The New York Times bought it for an undisclosed amount.
Can you use Wordle and Quordle interchangeably?
Quordle and Wordle are different word puzzle games and have no connection with each other. In comparison to Wordle, Quordle is four times more complex.
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