Tuesday, October 10th has the newest Wordle ready to solve. Here are the daily hints, and spoiled answer, to today’s Wordle.
The newest Wordle is available to be solved and the October 10th answer shouldn’t be too difficult for most fans of the game. So far the month of October has been fairly simple on the puzzle front, there haven’t been too many troublesome days and Wordle fans have been keeping their long-standing win streaks alive. Keeping consistent on your starting word is one of the best ways to keep winning in this game.
For those that prefer a bit more of a challenge, there is the Wordle Hard Mode which is offered in the options menu before you start any of the daily puzzles. Turning this mode on will force players to use the hints given in each subsequent answer. This locks letters in that were proven correct and stops you from just throwing out words that are obviously wrong just to unlock a few more letter clues. It’s not as hard as some Wordle copycats out there but it does add a nice little extra challenge for anyone getting bored of the same old thing.
Today’s Wordle Hints (October 10th #843)
For those who need a little help in solving today’s Wordle answer but don’t want to be fully spoiled, we’ve got a few hints that should help you out.
There are no repeated letters.
The answer is used as a noun.
The vowels are in the 3rd & 4th position.
A single spiral-shelled mollusk.
Today’s Wordle Answer (October 10th #843)
The October 10th Wordle answer is SNAIL.
We had an incredibly lucky run on today’s answer and scored a win-in-two with our starting Wordle word, IRATE. This provided the correct location for ‘A’ and an incorrect location for ‘I’. Simply moving around the vowels a bit we easily figured out the Wordle answer, SNAIL.
- iOS, Android, Microsoft Windows
- Josh Wardle
- Josh Wardle, The New York Times Company
- Wordle is a web-based word-guessing game developed by Josh Wardle that took the world by storm in 2021. Players are given a five-letter word to guess and have six attempts to get the word correct. When they get a letter correct, it will mark itself as green if it’s in the correct position and yellow if it is the correct letter in the wrong position. A yellow letter also means that letter could appear more than once. Wordle was purchased by The New York Times Company in 2022 and added to their website and app, keeping the core game free to play as promised – with additional words and other bonuses available through subscription, and is available via browser, iOS, and Android.
- How Long To Beat:
- 1h 25m