Wordle 537 hints for December 8: Spoiler-free clues to help you solve Wordle today | Gaming | Entertainment

If you’ve been keeping up with the daily Wordle puzzles this week, then you’re probably craving a bit more of a challenge. Wordle 537 bucks the recent trend of simple puzzles, providing long-time fans with a much tougher nut to crack. Fortunately, this is where Express Online comes in. We’ve put together a selection of spoiler-free hints and clues to help you figure out the answer to Wordle 537 for December 8. Good luck!

The perfect game to play on your morning commute or during your lunch break, the aim of Wordle is to figure out a five letter word in just six guesses.

To solve the puzzle, you’ll need to pay close attention to the colour of the tiles. If the tile turns grey, then the letter you’ve guessed doesn’t appear in the final word. If it turns yellow, then the letter appears in the word, just not in that position. A green tile means the letter is in the word and in the correct place.

An addictive game with a huge following, Wordle has spawned dozens of clones, including a Lord of the Rings themed version, a musical variant called Heardle, and a hardcore version called Quordle.

If you’re not great with words, then you might prefer something like daily maths-based puzzle Nerdle, where the aim is to figure out a mystery equation.

Anyway, if you’re here for Wordle 537 hints, check out the latest clues for the December 8 puzzle below…

General Wordle tips and tricks…

• Don’t use the same letter twice in your opening guess.

• Try to use a couple of vowels in your first guess, particularly ‘A’ and ‘E’.

• Avoid letters such as ‘X’, ‘Z’ and ‘Q’ until later on, when you have a better idea what the answer is.

• ‘RAISE’ is a good word to start with, while ‘TOUCH’ is a decent second guess.

• Check out the daily hints provided by Express Online below…

Wordle 537 hints and clues for December 8…

1. Wordle 537 starts with the letter I.

2. Wordle 537 contains two vowels.

3. A lot of people confuse this with imply.

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