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Eddie Nelson

Duotrigordle - Guess 32 words at once

Reported by Eddie Nelson | March 15th, 2023 @ 09:35 AM

Try out duotrigordle, a more difficult word puzzle, if you enjoy Wordle but are looking for something with a bit more of a challenge. You are no longer tasked with attempting to guess a single statement but rather 37 possibilities to guess 32 separate terms. There are a total of 32 different boards, and you are only allowed to have one word on each of them. Reading the boards one block at a time and applying the various colored recommendations will lead to the discovery of the greatest possible number of correct words. You can submit your scores on the web after playing duotrigordle.
The guidelines for playing the card game Duotridordle.
1. Start by typing the first letter of the word as if it were any other letter in the alphabet. You are strongly encouraged to make use of the keyboard that may be found at the very bottom of the grid. There is a single letter that is shared by four different words at the same time.
2. After you have typed the first five characters, hit the "Enter" key to continue. It is necessary to continue adding words to the board until it is entirely covered. You will advance to the next level if you are the first person to correctly predict all of the words that are displayed on the board. At that point, the board will be erased and you will start over.
Third, the color indications will tell you how close you are to identifying the color accurately. If you come across green tiles, it indicates that you have successfully discovered the letters and placed them in the correct order. The yellow tiles indicate that there was an error in the positioning of the tiles, even though the appropriate letters were chosen. The word is depicted using gray tiles since some of the relevant letters are absent from the representation.
Simply scrolling down the page will allow you to view all 32 units. You have 37 options available to duotrigordle game, therefore it should be possible for you to correctly guess the majority of the words on the list.
After you've figured out the answers to all of the puzzles, you can publish them online so that other people can utilize them.

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