9 Letter Game

Wordle Rules 9 - letter game

9 - Letter Wordle won’t be easy! You have to have a rich vocabulary to be able to succeed. With 6 tries, you have to think and be careful with your guesses, since longer words can have a lot of repeated letters. If you find yourself losing a lot, try practicing on fewer letter word versions, which you can find under “More” section. With a bit of practice, you’ll definitely improve!

Start the game by writing any real 9 letter word and pressing “enter”. Based on how many letters you got correct or at least know that they’re included in the word - you’ll be able to decide on how to approach the game further. There are 3 colors which will help you along the way:

  • If the written letter stays grey - this letter is not included in the word and you can exclude any words coming to mind with it.
  • If the written letter becomes yellow - this letter is not in the correct position, but it is a part of the hidden word!
  • If the written letter becomes green - you're on the right track, it's the correct letter in the correct position, now your job is to get them all green in a single guess!

As for any variation Wordle game, the best starting word should have all unique letters, for example - “Education”

If you’ve written a word that is not accepted, you can simply delete it by using “backspace”. Don’t just write any 9 letter word that comes to mind, always take into account which letters won’t be a part of the hidden word.

If you win a 9 letter Wordle game, you can call yourself an expert. A statistics overlay will appear on the screen if you’ve found the correct hidden word, showing your overall results for the 9 letter Wordle category. You can always access the statistics mid-game by clicking on the “pedestal” icon in the top right corner of the screen.

You can only finish a game by winning, losing, or giving up. Enjoy the game and have fun playing Wordle.

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