Well over a year since it was first made public, in October 2021, wordle continues to delight and frustrate thousands across the English-speaking world.
The game was first developed during the coronavirus lockdown by Josh Wardle, a New York-based software developer from Wales in the UK.
Wardle explained his motivation for creating the game during an interview with Newsweek in January 2022. He commented: “When I designed the game it was for my partner and I to enjoy, so I made sure all entries were random. In other words, I don’t know not really what the word tomorrow is. it’s going to be, which means that I can participate like everyone else.”
Later that same month, Wardle sold wordle For THE New York Timesfor an undisclosed seven-figure sum.
Talk to Newsweek, Erhan Aslan, associate professor of applied linguistics at the University of Reading in Britain, said social media had played a key role in Wordle’s hit.
He said, “In today’s digital age, like many other things, many simple games like wordle can be played online.
“I think that wordle derives its popularity not only from its simple rules, but also from its virality on social media platforms through people sharing/posting their scores to demonstrate a sense of accomplishment and validation.”
To help you solve today’s problems wordle, Newsweek provided some advice. The answer to today’s puzzle will be revealed at the end of this article, so scroll down with caution if you want to solve it on your own.
‘Wordle’ #615 Tips and Hints for Friday, February 24
wordle players can use these five clues to help solve puzzle #615.
Tip #1: The response contains two vowels.
Tip #2: There is a repeated letter, both in the second and in the fifth place.
Tip #3: You might find one in a posh park.
Tip #4: Not a commonly used word!
Tip #5: The first letter is a vowel.
‘Wordle’ #615 Answer from Friday February 24th
The answer to today’s wordle is “Arbor”.
Well, that was tough! An unusual word (confession time – we didn’t really know what he meant), made only a little easier by the double “r” and the two common vowels. Did you understand? If so, congratulations!
But please don’t worry if it doesn’t. wordle is meant to be a challenge, and one of the best parts is seeing if you can improve your score over time. In both cases, Newsweek will be back tomorrow with another round of tips and tricks.
What does “arbor” mean?
The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines “arbor” as “a shelter of vines or branches or trellis covered with climbing shrubs or vines”.
For example: “Let’s meet later in the hotel garden, near the gazebo.”