Today's word is hard
Wordle players are looking for another possible streak switch. Today's puzzle seems to be encouraging many players, with "Wordle 288 X" as a trend during the first hours of the day. We will deepen the Wordle puzzle today later in the article, for those looking for some clues or tracks. However, if you have not yet made the puzzle, you may not want to move until the end of the article, as we will eventually discuss the answer.
For those who somehow Wordle's madness have been lost so far, the rules of the game are simple: the players have six attempts to guess a five-letter word. Players receive tracks based on letters that their assumption shares with the correct word. A shaded letter in yellow means that letter also appears in the correct word, but in a different letter location. A shaded letter in green means that letter appears in the same place in the correct word.
On average, Wordle players take approximately 4 attempts to correctly guess a daily riddle, although some riddles can be significantly more complicated. Last week he presented a series of difficult riddles, with Found breaking Rachas because he shared a 4-letter word that ended with several other words, and Nymph eluded the players due to the lack of a traditional vowel.
So, what about today's wordle? Well, this wordle presents a common problem to many words that tend to break stripes: it has two of the same letter. Neither does it help containing two uncommon letters that many players will not use while looking for correct answers. There are also a handful of words that share four-letter locations with the correct answer, which could also encounter players.
Do not you know today's Wordle puzzle? The answer to Wordle 288 is... less.
As a note to the margin, it seems that some players who obtained the alternative answer to Wordle 283 could be a day behind in Wordle's responses. If you had Harry as a response a few days ago, make sure you review yesterday's answer.
Tell us if you got Wordle's puzzle today in the comments section and if you managed to match our score to solve it in five attempts!