Portsmouth, New Hampshire, is Wicked Smart When It Comes to Solving ‘Wordle’
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I have a love/hate relationship with the game 'Wordle'. I play it every day no matter what, but some days it comes very easily to me and other days it seems impossible to solve. It's not the game's fault, it's my brain (and also the time of day that I try to tackle the puzzle)!
If you are out of the Wordle loop, allow me to fill you in! WORDLE is a game (now owned by the New York Times) in which you have six attempts to figure out a five-letter word. Millions of people around the world play the game daily. Rumor has it that the game it won't be free forever. Eventually, we will have to pay if we want to play. Until that day comes, let's all continue to enjoy our free 10 minutes of pleasure (or pain) free of charge, shall we?
I was proud to learn that Portsmouth, New Hampshire is among one of the smartest cities in the country when it comes to solving Wordle. I would like to say on behalf of Portsmouth residents and Wordle enthusiasts: go us!
According to WHDH, here are the 10 U.S cities with the best Wordle score averages:
- St. Paul, Minn.
- Reading, Pa.
- Ann Arbor, Mich.
- Berkeley, Calif.
- Malden, Mass.
- Tulsa, Okla.
- Richmond, Va.
- Portsmouth, NH
- Waukesha, Wis.
- Nashville, Tenn.
Also, we'd like to extend an honorable mention to Malden, MA, for making the list. The moral of the story? New England's Wordle game is strong.