From humble origins as a game played by only two people, Wardle It has become a global phenomenon with the participation of millions of players since its release in 2021.
The English puzzle game was created by New York software engineer Josh Wardle and developed during the pandemic lockdown as something he and his partner would enjoy.
Wardle The popularity can be explained by the simple pick-and-play gameplay that saw the game go from a player base of a few tens to millions in the space of a few months.
The rules of the game are simple and players use a color scheme to make a five letter word with six or fewer guesses.
Green tiles show how many letters are in the word and in the correct position, while yellow tiles mean that the letter is in the word but is in the wrong place. However, the gray box indicates that the letter is not in the word at all.
Wardle said previously Newsweek He was surprised to learn that the game had first become very popular in New Zealand.
He said, for obvious reasons, Wardle It was mostly popular in English speaking countries. After all, it is a language-based game. When it was launched, it had already taken root in New Zealand first.
The Twittersphere there is very small, so everyone tends to be interconnected. That means if someone shares something, chances are a lot of others will see it too, and that’s how Wardle I gained that momentum.”
Jamming today is a challenge, so Newsweek Here with some tips on how to solve the puzzle and help keep any winning streaks alive.
Wardle #757, Tips for Sunday, July 16th
Today’s answer will be revealed at the end of this article, so scroll down carefully if you want to solve it yourself. Here are some clues that can help you.
Tip #1: today Wardle The answer is a name.
Tip #2: The answer has no repeated letters.
Tip #3: is metal.
Tip #4Answer: It shares its name with two brightly colored South American hummingbirds.
Tip #5: Wordle’s answer today contains the letter “Z”.
‘Wordle’ answer #752 for Sunday July 16th
The answer is today Wardle The puzzle is “topaz”.
Hopefully on Sunday Wardle Solving the puzzle wasn’t particularly difficult, and it will return at 7pm ET when the daily update happens.
What does “topaz” mean?
The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines “topaz” as “a mineral composed primarily of aluminum silicate and typically found in semi-transparent or translucent crystals or in translucent white blocks.”
For example: “Her golden bezel is lined with rubies, amethysts, sapphires, garnets, topazes, and tourmalines.”
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