Are you struggling with the Wordle puzzle? No worries, because Newsweek is here to help. Wordle was created by Josh Wardle during the lockdown as a gift for his partner Palak Shah. The game gained popularity during the COVID-19 pandemic and has continued to thrive. Wardle admits that he too struggles with the game, usually requiring multiple attempts to find the answer. However, this hasn’t stopped the game from becoming a sensation, amassing millions of players worldwide. Wordle has been so successful that The New York Times acquired the game for a seven-figure sum in 2022, and ultimately hired a Wordle editor to curate the daily puzzles and avoid offensive word choices or other unpopular answers. So, if you’re finding today’s puzzle challenging, Newsweek has gathered some clues to help you solve it.

Summery :

– Wordle was created by Josh Wardle during lockdown as a gift for his partner who loves spelling bees
– Wordle became popular during the COVID-19 pandemic and now has over 2 million users
– Wordle editor Tracy Bennett was hired by The New York Times to avoid offensive answers and make daily word choices
– Wardle, the creator of Wordle, struggles with the game himself and needed at least four or five guesses to find the answer
– Newsweek gathered clues to help solve the Wordle puzzle and the answer for December 6 was “woman”

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