The answer to Sunday March 13 wordle puzzles may require a clear head to operate, but Newsweek is on hand to offer puzzled players tips and tricks on how to solve it.
Unlike many other games, wordle does not have a calculated difficulty curve. Instead, creator Josh Wardle created a list of 2,500 words before launching the now-popular game, but didn’t share them in any particular order.
This means wordle has a completely random word sequence, which means players, veterans and new alike, start on the same footing. But the random nature of the game might make today’s answer harder to crack.
Before Newsweek reveals some clues about today’s puzzle, here’s more information on how Wordle became such a hit.
In the Statista chart below you can see Wordle’s meteoric rise from an intimate experience to a global phenomenon.
Wardle created wordle as an activity for him and his partner to do during the COVID-19 closures.
Shortly after the game launched in October 2021, it had just 90 active players but now sees over a million players every day.
wordle also launched a kind of puzzle game mode, with the World and math-themed Nerdle is among those that have recently gained traction online.
The skyrocketing popularity of wordle finally drove The New York Times to acquire the puzzle game for an undisclosed seven-figure sum.
For those who want to solve today’s problems wordle word puzzle, read on for Newsweek’s tips to solve it.
‘Wordle’ #267 Clues for March 13
The answer to wordle #267 will appear at the very end of this article. If you want a little help finding the correct answer, read below to help you figure it out with these clues.
- Clue n°1: word n°267 has two vowels
- Tip #2: There is no repetition of letters in the word
- Hint #3: It rhymes with the word crocus
- Tip #4: You can associate this word with concentration or an activity center
- Hint #5: A definition of this word in Merriam-Webster is “a state or condition permitting clear perception or understanding
‘Wordle’ #267 Answer for March 13
The answer for wordle #267 on Sunday March 12 is “focus”. Might have been a bit tricky for some players who don’t use it in everyday speech. It is also very different from yesterday’s word “today”.
wordle refreshes every 24 hours at 7 p.m. ET. But while you wait for the next puzzle to appear, you might be interested in trying other puzzle games.