Described by some as “Wordle on steroids”, this tricky puzzle game puts your skills to the test by asking you to guess four five-letter words at the same time.
Here’s how you can play this mind-blowing game, some tips to help you solve today’s brain teaser, and that all-important answer when you can’t take it anymore!
How Quordle is different from Wordle and how to play
Like Wordle, we’re looking for five-letter words that work, but rather than one word a day, we need four!
Instead of six gos, you get nine attempts to correctly guess the words and light up those satisfying tiles.
Just like its word game cousin, the colors of the tiles change color depending on your answers.
You will get a gray tile if the letter does not appear in the words of the day.
If you get a yellow tile, it means the letter is in the word but you don’t have it in the right place.
And finally, the tile will turn green if you have the right letter in the right place.
When you guess a word on Quordle, it will appear in all four answer boxes.
You must keep your eyes on all the tiles as you can solve the puzzle in any order.
In fact, you might even find the third or fourth word before you’ve even deciphered the first!
Quordle tips and tricks
Much like Wordle, the best strategy to increase your chances of solving the puzzle in as few guesses as possible is to maximize the amount of information you get.
Use your first guesses wisely by trying words with lots of vowels like GOODBYE, OUIJA, or AUDIO.
If your first answers produce very little, shake off your guesses and go in a completely different direction to give yourself a better chance.
Quordle hints at June 21
If the June 21 puzzle turns out to be a bit of a headache for you, we’ve included some subtle hints to help you solve it without giving away the whole game.
Word a Quordle Boards
Word Two Clues Quordle
The first letter is S
There are two vowels in this word
This word is used in biology, architecture and mathematics
Wordle three clues Quordle
Four Word Quordle Clues
What’s Today’s Quordle Answer: June 21
If you dropped out of today’s game, we can save you the misery.
But those who are still trying to break the melody, look away now.
The June 21 Quordle is:
Play the game through the Quordle website.