Quordle is a five-letter word guessing game similar to Wordle, except that each guess applies letters to four different words.
To successfully guess all four words, you get nine guesses instead of six. It appears to be four Wordle games running at the same time, and that is exactly what it is. But it's not as frightening as it sounds.
Freddie Meyer claims he was inspired by one of the first huge Wordle versions during the late 2021 and early 2022 Wordle boom, when everyone was learning to enjoy free, in-browser, once-a-day word guessing games.
Dordle is a game in which you play two Wordles at the same time. On January 30, he stepped things up a notch and released Quordle.
During the Wordle craze of late 2021 and early 2022, when everybody started to appreciate free, once-daily in-browser word guessing games.
One of the earliest popular Wordle variations, Dordle, in which you effectively play two Wordles simultaneously, is where Freddie Meyer claims he got his idea.
On January 30, he upped the ante and published Quordle. Six days after Meyer's innovation was featured in The Guardian, it attracted millions of daily users, according to Meyer.
Meyer receives a tiny income via Patreon, where devoted Quordle players can make donations to support the operation of their favourite puzzle game.