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Wordle: Web-based word game released in 2021
Wordle is a web-based word game created and developed by Welsh software engineer Josh Wardle and owned and published by the New York Times Company since 2022. Players have six attempts to guess a five-letter word, with feedback given for each guess in the form of colored tiles indicating when letters match or occupy the correct position. The mechanics are nearly identical to the 1955 pen-and-paper game Jotto and the television game show franchise Lingo. Wordle has a single daily solution, with all players attempting to guess the same word.

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2022's Most Popular Searches, According to Google [Video]

2022's Most Popular Searches, According to Google

2022's Most , Popular Searches, , According to Google. NPR reports that Google has published the company's 2022 top searches in the United States. , Here are some of the most popular searches. . NPR..

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