Today's Wordle hint and answer #833: Saturday, September 30
"Win the September 30 (833) Wordle instantly with the answer 'DADDY'. Here are some tips to improve your Wordle game!"
Are you ready for today's Wordle challenge? If you're having trouble spotting those green letters, don't worry, I've got a hint for you. Sometimes they can be a bit elusive, but I've got you covered. Now, if you want a more direct answer, just keep scrolling or click your way down to find today's solution.
I have to admit, my Wordle game got off to a bit of a rough start. It took me two guesses to uncover just one yellow letter. But don't let that discourage you, because once that piece fell into place, the rest of the greens followed suit. Well, most of them, at least. There was one sneaky green letter that decided to hide until the very last row, just to keep things interesting.
Now, let's talk about today's puzzle. The word we're looking for is a term that a young child might use to refer to their male parent. However, adults and older children often use a shorter three-letter version when talking about or to the same person.
Here's a clue for you: the same letter is used three times in today's solution. Keep that in mind as you work through the puzzle.
Now, let's talk strategy. If there's one thing better than playing Wordle, it's playing it well. So, I'm going to share a few quick tips to help you succeed.
First, remember that there's no time pressure. You have until midnight to solve the puzzle, so feel free to take your time. Treat it like a casual newspaper crossword and come back to it later if you're feeling stuck.
Second, the more past Wordle answers you can remember, the better. This will increase your chances of guessing today's answer without accidentally repeating a solution that has already been used. Plus, past answers can give you some creative starting points to keep your daily puzzle-solving fresh.
Now, let's dive into the mechanics of the game. Each day, you're presented with six rows of five boxes. Your goal is to figure out the secret five-letter word hidden within them.
Start with a strong word like "ALERT." Choose a word that contains multiple vowels, common consonants, and no repeating letters. Hit enter, and the boxes will give you feedback on which letters you've guessed correctly or incorrectly. A black box means that letter isn't in the word at all, a yellow box means the letter is in the word but not in the correct position, and a green box means you've got the right letter in the right spot.
For your second guess, choose a word that complements the first one. This will help cover any common letters you may have missed in your initial guess. However, be careful to avoid any letters that you now know for sure are not present in today's answer.
From there, it's all about using what you've learned to narrow down your guesses and find the right word. You have a total of six tries, and remember, you can only use real words. No filling the boxes with "EEEEE" just to test for the letter E. Also, keep in mind that letters can repeat, so don't overlook that possibility.
If you need more guidance, feel free to check out our Wordle tips. And if you're curious about which words have already been used, you can find that information in the relevant section above.
Now, let's take a moment to appreciate the origin of Wordle. It was created by software engineer Josh Wardle as a surprise for his word game-loving partner. The game quickly gained popularity within his family and eventually made its way to the public. Since then, Wordle has inspired countless variations, incorporating music, math, geography, and more. Its success was so remarkable that the New York Times acquired it for a seven-figure sum. Who knows, maybe one day we'll all be communicating solely through tricolor boxes.
But for now, let's focus on today's challenge. Start your weekend with a win and uncover the answer to the September 30 (833) Wordle: DADDY. Good luck!