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Connections Hints & Answers

Connections NYT Game Hints & Answers Today March 11, 2024
Connections NYT Game Hints & Answers Today March 11, 2024
Today, we will give the Connections answers for March 11, 2024. Spoilers are ahead! We've warned you. We mean it. Don't read anymore unless you truly want some clues or you've given up and need answers right away.

Mordle

What is Mordle?

Mordle is a fun and challenging puzzle game for players of all ages. You can compete against up to 100 other players. Players are given a grid of letters and are expected to make words out of them. More points will be awarded in the future. The goal is to find as many words as you can before time runs out.

Rules of the Game

To begin, select a level. The length of the words you can make varies depending on your level. Then, to spell out familiar words, simply tap on neighboring letters. If the term is correct, it will be highlighted in green, and your efforts will be recognized. You can also use bonus bricks to increase your score!

Classic game mode

  • Join a traditional lobby to compete against 100 other players to guess the word in six tries.
  • Only five-letter words will be accepted.
  • The color of the letters will change after each guess to represent how accurate your guess was!

Sprint game mode

  • Join a sprint lobby to compete against 100 other players and be the first to predict three words in a row.
  • You have six tries for each word; if you miss one, you're out for good!

Elevenses mode

  • Join an elevenses lobby and compete against 100 other players to see who can predict the most words in 10 minutes!
  • You have six tries for each word; if you miss one, you're out for good!

Mordle is an excellent way to exercise your brain while having fun. Play by yourself or with your friends and family to see who can come up with the most words. Download Mordle right now and see how many words you can find!

How to play Mordle

<p>Using mouse</p>

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