Find the answer to Wordle #262 of Tuesday March 8 here

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You’re living under a rock if you haven’t heard or played Wordle yet. The viral pun is the highlight of Twitter every day as players have plenty of thoughts to share about the puzzle.

Invented by Josh Wardle, the free online game was first launched in December 2021. It gained huge success in a short time, ending up on the New York Times website.

As gamers around the world ponder to crack Wordle #262 on Tuesday, March 8, 2022, we’ve found the answer for you.

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Wordle #262 Answer – March 8

The answer to today’s Wordle is…

Check back tomorrow for the next Wordle answer.

What is Wordle?

Wordle is a simple word game that went viral in 2022. But, for some, it’s still a challenge, thanks to a few tricky words on the list.

All you have to do is guess a five-letter word in six attempts. Otherwise, you will have to wait until the next day for a new word.

Each time you guess the correct letter, the tile turns green. If it turns yellow, it means that the guessed letter is correct but positioned elsewhere.

The letter does not exist in the word at all if the tile turns gray.

One of the best tips for solving the puzzle is to use a word with lots of vowels to start with. Farewell, audio, canoe are some of them.

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Where can you play the viral game?

Wordle was bought by The New York Times for an unconfirmed seven-figure fee and the game has since been hosted on the media giant’s website.

You can play the game for free here.

Although the game has moved to a new interface, some players seem to be accessing the old website, Powerlaguage.

The NYT tweaked the list slightly by replacing a few words after purchasing the game.

So players may get different answers on certain days depending on which site they are using,

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