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posted: 7/11/2022 at 6:07:12 AM ET
In the Squardle game, how can I adjust where I enter my guess?
I don't. Every estimate advances to the subsequent row and column as the rows and columns are cycled through. The rest of the game will skip over them if you have previously located all of the green letters in that row and column. Your subsequent guess will go where the two arrows outside the grid indicate. In the Weekly Squardle game mode, you will also never have to guess anywhere else if there are just non-green characters in a single row or column. By doing this, you can save having to guess the remaining words one square at a time, which could undo your excellent start.

A 2D Wordle variant of the weekly Squardle game
Each Sunday sees the release of a new board in a (even) harder game mode for Squardle. Before tackling it, it is advisable to become familiar with standard Squardle. flagle

squardle game regulations
You must guess a five-letter word in a square game in the variant called Squardle. Each time you enter a five-letter word, the program will inform you of the letters that are present in the word you are looking for. If the letter is there but not in the proper location, the program will display a green arrow.

The letter is in the appropriate square if it is green. The huge square is permanently made green when a green square is found. Making all 21 of the grid's squares green before your guesses run out is the object of the game.
Red: This letter is in the proper square, but it isn't in the right row. There are at least that many letters in this row based on the number of arrow pair indications. The letters in green clues are included in this, so take note. A single yellow arrow hint and a green clue with the same letter do not imply that there are two instances of that letter in the row in Squardle, which differs from the way Wordle operates. The fact that the answer contains multiples does not automatically qualify you for a double or triple arrowed clue; you must have correctly predicted a term that uses two or three of that letter in that row.
If there is a yellow hint, it indicates that the letter is missing from its column.
The letter in question is in the right column, but it's not in the right square. The amount of arrow pairs on the clue indicates that there are at least that many letters in this column. Once more, remember to include the green square and the column's letter. You need to guess a word that repeats letters in its column in order to obtain multi-arrow clues.
Any red hint also denotes that the letter is absent from its row, according to the clue.
Squares that would be both yellow and red are those that are orange. Since this letter is present in both the row and the column, it does not appear in this square. A minimum of this many of the orange clue's letters must be present in the row or column, just like with the yellow and red clues. This is indicated by the number of pairs of arrows heading in the direction of the row or column.
Black: The grid that has been solved contains no occurrences of this letter.

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