The June 11 Wordle shouldn’t be too difficult to solve, but for those who need help, here are the daily tips and the full answer to today’s Wordle.
The June 11 Wordle is ready for players to solve and today’s answer shouldn’t be too difficult for most. Wordle is a simple everyday word game that asks players to guess a single five-letter word in six guesses. Once a word is guessed, the game will provide clues by highlighting certain letters in different colors. If a letter is highlighted in green, it is correct, yellow means a correct letter but in the wrong place, and gray means the letter is not in the answer at all. Using these clues, players only have six chances to guess the correct word for the day.
Wordle has grown in popularity throughout the start of 2022 with many people all over the internet sharing their findings on social media. This steady influx of users flooded Twitter and Facebook with Wordle’s colorful little emoji boxes and attracted more players every day. Eventually, the game was purchased by The New York Times and transferred to its website. The game continues to challenge players for free every day with no end in sight.
Today’s Wordle Tips (Jun 11 #357)
For gamers who just need a little help, here are some clues before the fully spoiled Wordle answer.
- Hint 1: Today’s Wordle answer starts with G.
- Hint 2: Today’s Wordle answer ends with E.
Today’s Wordle Answer (Jun 11 #357)
The June 11 Wordle answer is GOOSE.
For our seed Wordle today, we used IRATE which provided only one correctly placed ‘E’ and lots of incorrect letters. Our second attempt was PLUME, this only added to the collection of incorrect letters. The third guess took a lot longer to find as we looked at the available letters on the left, we tried CHOKE. It only helped a little by adding a correctly placed ‘O’ and even more incorrect letters. Finally, after an embarrassing time staring at the screen, we guessed GOOSE and got a four-guess win. The double ‘O’ is what caused so much conflict with today’s Wordle, as we couldn’t find any words until we realized there might be a double vowel.