It''s a fresh day, and you know what it means, and now is the time to prepare the Wordle answer for today, 30th September.
For the uninitiated, Wordle''s aim is to create a daily five-letter word within six guesses. The greater the guesses, the better, and if you fail to guess it at all, you''ll break your streak.
The second reason why working out today''s Wordle answer is so important as players pride themselves on keeping their streak going. So why should you factor in a risky final guess when you can learn a few clues and, failing that, get the definitive answer? This page can assist you in this process.
After you''ve had the today''s word, you''ll have any interest in other word games. We have discussed the topic of authorship in the equator of Cyptic crosswords and Sudoku, and why The NYTimes Mini Crossword is a real pleasure.
Clues for today''''s Wordle answer
Instead of getting straight to the answer, you might need a few suggestions to get you over the line:
- There are no repeating letters in this word.
- There is a single vowel, placed in the middle.
- The starting letter is S.
- The final letter is N.
Still, is it still unclear? Read on for a comment.
On the 30th September and 2022, the Wordle answer for the word 468.
Is it still not certain, even if you have the above clues, that you want to keep the streak going?
Today, the answer to Wordle is SCORN.
With this being a similar word as yesterday - SCALD - we were caught a bit off guard and were looking at letters beyond the obvious. Fortunately, with enough common letters, we got there in the end - hope you did it!
Now you have the answer, but beware that others will not spoil it! Remember, you may share your results spoiler-free in the form of a grid.
No one has to know that you came to this page to work it out. Perhaps you could put in two or three fake assumptions first to throw them off the scent, anyway?
Do you want to know more about Wordle ahead of the next answer?
Wordle''s sweeping arrival in October 2021 saw millions of players checking in every day in just a few months.
App stores were quickly overwhelmed with clones to capitalize on its popularity. Elsewhere, one developer who had a similar name game available previously donated their windfall to charity after players mistook it for the five-letter guessing game, with (the modern) Wordle''s creator Dan Wardle as a "class act."
The most notable benefit of Wordle''s history is its purchase by the New York Times for an unidentified seven-figure sum, tying the game to the paper''s online program.
Today, Wordle is still available, and the game itself remains unchanged, though there have been some minor developments.
The first migration resulted in streaks for some players being reset, and rude words being removed from the dictionary, which has resulted in the word list changing, resulting in some players being given a different word. The New York Times has also closed an "unauthorised" archive site of previous Wordle puzzles.