Wordle.INFO is a reincarnation of the web puzzle, created by Josh Wardle, and later purchased by New York Times.

The rules of Wordle are pretty straightforward. The player has to guess a five-letter word. Each guess must be again a five-letter word in the Wordle dictionary (essentially, an English dictionary of five-letter words). The game will tell you once you submit if it is an eligible guess or not. You have to guess the Wordle in six goes or less. After each try, the game will mark the matched letters in two colors. Yellow is for the letters that are present in the target word, but are in the wrong place. Green is for the correct letters, which are also at the right location.

Wordle’s hard mode adds a rule to make the game slightly more difficult. Once players have found a correct letter in a word — yellow or green — those letters must be used in their subsequent guesses

In the original game, you can play once a day, and everyone gets the same word. The rules here are more relaxed. You can choose a daily, hourly, or an infinite challenge in the settings area.

Double-click any of the entered words in order to get their meaning.

The present game was created by Mikha Davids, a developer from South Africa.