Wordle is a web based game and is very easy to play. It has become more popular lately and has become a routine for millions of people around the world. If you want clues and the answer for today’s Wordle (Wordle 406 for July 30), you’ve come to the right place.
The game was created and developed by Welsh software engineer Josh Wardle. The New York Times Company now owns the game. It’s a straight forward game. A new word is assigned each day and players must guess this word in six attempts. The word game can be played on mobile browsers, laptops and desktops.
The Wordle today is a noun and a verb. Today’s Wordle answer has one vowel. It begins and ends with a consonant. As a noun, it means “an attempt to make someone believe that someone can or is going to do something”. As a verb, the word means ‘to try to mislead someone as to one’s abilities or intentions’. Hints for today’s word are – fried, black, blunt and cliff.
Wordle for July 30 is “BLUFFING“
Wordle for July 29 was “UPSET“
The game has a 5X6 grid. Players must guess the word by entering characters into a maze box. Alphabets entered by players for each attempt are marked in different colors. If a box turns green, it means that the letter is part of the word of the day and is in the right place. If the box turns yellow, it means the letter is part of the Wordle, but not in the correct place in the Wordle. The box turns gray if a letter is not part of the word.
How to play Wordle:
- Go to nytimes.com/games/wordle/index.html
- You have six attempts to guess the Wordle word of the day.
- Type five letter words and send them by pressing the ‘Enter’ key on the Wordle keyboard.
- The color of the tiles changes as soon as you submit them. A green tile indicates that you have placed the correct letter in the correct place. A yellow tile means you chose the correct letter, but placed it in the wrong position.