Compared to Wordle, which was purchased by The New York Times last January, the goal and format of Quordle remain the same. Players can guess five-letter words, and after each guess, the tiles will turn green, yellow, or grey to show if they have entered the correct letters to the puzzle.
However, in Quordle, players have to guess four five-letter words at the same time in order to win. They have nine tries to answer all four words correctly. So, when you type in a guess, you’re guessing a word for all of the four, different word puzzles.
A new Quordle game will be available to players every day, just like Wordle. So what’s the correct words for today’s Quordle, game #130
Spoilers for game 130 below:
The answers are: SPLAT, SAVVY, MORON, and DROSS.
On social media, many Quordle players have expressed how challenging they thought the puzzle was.
“Wow – that really hurt!,” one wrote.
“That was irritating,” another said. “Opened strong, but got stuck in a letter hunt on lower right that blew my chances to win. Proud of those first two though.”
Other players were pleased with how they did on the game.
“My best yet!,” one said, while another wrote: “Really great words today!”