More than a year after its initial release in October 2021, Wordle continues to excite and frustrate tens of thousands of English-speaking people.
The game was first developed during the coronavirus lockdown by New York-based software developer Josh Wardle from Wales, UK.
Wardle explained his motivation for developing the game in his January 2022 interview with Newsweek. I mean, you really don’t know what tomorrow will bring.
That means you can participate just like anyone else. ”
Later that same month, Wardle sold Wardle to the New York Times for his undisclosed seven-figure sum.
The word game Wordle will appear on mobile phones on January 12, 2022 in Houston, Texas. Newsweek has some tips to help you solve today’s puzzle. Brandon Bell/GETTY
His Erhan Aslan, associate professor of applied linguistics at the University of Reading, UK, argued to Newsweek that social media played a key role in Wordle’s success.
“I think Wordle has gained popularity not just for its simple rules, but for people sharing/posting their discoveries on social media platforms to demonstrate a sense of accomplishment and validation.”
Newsweek offers some tips for solving Wordle today. The answer to today’s riddle will be revealed at the end of this article, so scroll down carefully if you want to find out for yourself. ‘
Wordle’ #615 Tips and Hints for Friday 24th February
Players in the world can use these 5 clues to solve Mystery #615.
Tip #1: The answer contains two vowels.
Tip #2: Both the 2nd and her 5th have repeated letters.
Tip 3: You can find one of these in gorgeous parks.
Tip 4: Not a common word.
Tip 5: The first letter is a vowel.
‘Wordle’ Reply to #615 on Friday 24 Feb
Wardle’s answer today is “Arbor”.
Now that was a tough nut to crack! The rare word (a confession – we didn’t know exactly what it meant) is a double ‘r’ and two common vowels Simplified a little bit by , you see? If so, congratulations!
But if not, don’t worry. Wordle is meant to be a challenge, and one of the best parts is seeing if you can improve your score over time. Either way, Newsweek will be back tomorrow with another round of tips and tricks.
What does “arbor” mean?
The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines an “arbor” as “a shelter of vines, branches, or trelliswork covered with climbing shrubs or vines”.
Example: “Let’s meet later in the garden of the hotel’s pavilion.”