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Introducing to Dordle

Dordle is indeed similar to Wordle in terms of the 5x6 game board and the color code table (green, yellow, and gray) that indicates the state of the letters in the game. However, there is a key distinction in Dordle: it features two grids instead of one, which is why the keyboard has two sets of colored keys. The left half corresponds to the left grid, and the right half corresponds to the right grid, hence the name Dordle.

As you make word guesses, the colored keys on Dordle's keyboard will change. The size of each side's keys will scale based on your progress. For a visual representation, you can refer to an image illustrating this concept.

Dordle offers two options for recording your guesses and results. You can copy your word-guessing journey in Discord format to your clipboard. The column containing your guesses is filled out by the attached wizard.

One notable distinction between Dordle and Wordle is the number of games you can play in a day. Dordle allows players to play multiple games in a day, making it a flexible and engaging word-guessing game for enthusiasts.

How to play Dordle

You have to guess 2 five-letter words at the same time, but you can only input 1-word guess at a time

Green: letter in the word and correct spot

Yellow: letter in the word but wrong spot

Gray: letter not in the word

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