This Game is Very Easy to Play

You have to guess the mathematical equation within Six Tries. In each row, enter a correct equation by typing the numbers and operators in the given boxes.

If a box turns green, then it means that the value exists in the equation and is in the right place as well.
If the box turns red, then that value exists in the equation, but it is in the wrong spot.
If the box turns gray, then it means that the entry doesn't exist in the equation at all.

How to Play Nerdle?

1

Enter a Correct Equation

First off, you have to enter an arithmetically correct equation by typing numbers (from 0 to 9) and operators (+, -, /, *) in the given spaces.

2

Try and Figure Out the Exact Numbers/Signs and their Places in the Equation

After you enter your equation and press the 'Enter' key, the boxes will change color.

GREEN

Number/sign is correct and is in the right place.

RED

Number/sign is correct but is in the wrong place.

GRAY

Number/sign does not exist in the equation.

3

Find the Exact Nerdle Equation

In order to beat the game, you need to enter all the right numbers and signs in their correct positions within 6 attempts. Once all the spots are green, you win!

What's Different in Nerdle?

Here are some features and modes that you can enjoy only here at Nerdlegame.net.

Daily Challenge

Classic

Practice

Profile

Statistics

Challenges

Daily Challenge

You can do the Daily Challenge once every 24 hours to earn points and level up your profile.

Classic Mode

The Classic Mode can be played 10 times in a day. You can also earn points in this mode.

Practice Mode

In this mode, you can sharpen your skills and practice on guessing the Nerdle. You can play the Practice Mode as many times as you want. However, you will not earn points when practicing.

Profile

At Nerdlegame.net, you can make a Profile to save all your progress. You can login and play on multiple devices without worrying about losing your levels, rewards and stats.

Statistics

This is where you can get various Statistics on the total number of games you've played, your total wins and streaks.