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Screenshot: Khamosh Pathak The internet loves two things: A fresh trend, and word games . Wordle is both, and even has a love story in the mix. On Sunday, the second day of 2022, the online word game went viral and was played by more than 300,000 people. It started out as a word guessing game created by Jost Wardle, a software engineer based in Brooklyn, for his partner who loves word games. Since then, you’ve likely seen people tweeting blocks of grey, green, and yellow. If you waant to be a part of the fun, here’s how Wordle works. How to play (and share) Wordle Wordle is a once-a-day puzzle game that lives on a simple, ad-free website. It starts you off with six blank rows of five boxes each. The game doesn’t give you any letters to start off with, and your goal is to completely guess the word before your six guesses are up. After you guess a word (and it has to be a real word, not random letters), the letters will turn into either grey, yellow, or green. Grey means that the letter is not in the word at all. Yellow means the letter is in the word, just not where you guessed it. Green means that the letter is in the exact place where you guessed it. Once you understand the rules, it’s simply a game of elimination. Start off with a word, and just see if you can get yellow or green […]