Tirdle, or Wordle3, is intended to meet the needs of players who enjoy Dordle but find Quordle to be a more difficult rendition of Worlde than they would like to try their hand at. Don't worry, Tridle requires you to solve three Wordles at the same time, no more, no less.
Tridle, like Wordle, uses 5-letter words as its solution set and the set of words that qualify as valid guesses. Needless to say, it has three distinct grids that must be solved in eight or fewer attempts. Each of the three secret words has its own grid, and each grid functions exactly like a traditional Wordle grid.
Each grid, and thus each individual word, strictly adheres to the same rules as Wordle. Even Wordle's well-known green and yellow color scheme appear here, with grey squares replaced by black.
When playing this game, it's critical not to be intimidated by the large number of squares on your screen. Remember that these grids are just variations on the simple, elegant, and unique Worlde game that you've already mastered. As a result, it should be light work.
1.Managing three concurrent grids
Once you're on Tridle's game board, it's time to use your brain and enter the starting word you believe will provide you with the most information about the three secret words.
Remember, you only have 8 attempts to solve this Tridle successfully. Make every guest count, and never guess without considering the hints revealed. Let's see how far we've gotten after adding NERDS and then CHALK to our Tridle.
It's time to choose which grid deserves our attention. It's worth noting that we already know four (E, H, L, S) of the five words that comprise grid 3, so it makes sense to tackle this one first. We also know where the letters H (2nd) and L (3rd) are in the secret word. With that in mind, let us try SHELF as our third guess and see where it leads us.
2. Keyboard Tridle
The way hints are displayed on the on-site keyboard is another important aspect of Tridle. Look at the image below and notice how the letter E is placed in all three grids to get a better understanding.
Because the letter E appears in the answers to grids 1 and 3 but not in grid 2, the keyboard will display E as three separate partitions. Grid 1 is on the left, Grid 2 is on the middle, and Grid 3 is on the right. Each of these partitions will represent the letter color-coding for their respective grids. If a letter has the same color in two or three consecutive partitions, it means that all of the corresponding grids have the same color coding for that letter.
3. Play once more
If you want to solve another Tridle, you can do so as well. Simply click the 'Continue' button located just below the keyboard. Then, click the 'Play Again' button to continue.
How to play Tridle