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THON(Wordle) State 2024: The Ultimate THON Word-Guessing Game

THON Wordle returns for another year by popular demand. This year, test your memory of this year’s Line Dance with 11 exclusive Wordle puzzles centered entirely around lyrics from the Line Dance.

If you find yourself stuck, don’t worry, it’s repeated every hour!

As a refresher, here are the rules:

There are three different colored tiles the game uses:

  • Gray, which tells the player that the corresponding letter is not included in the final word.
  • Yellow, which tells the player that the letter is included in the final word, but it is not in the correct spot.
  • Green, which tells the player that the letter included is in the final word and is in the correct spot.

You get six guesses of five-letter words to try and get all tiles to turn green. Check out ours and see how you do:

If you found the first five particularly easy, challenge yourself with five more mind-boggling Wordles:

And as per tradition, here is a final, extra-long Wordle to get you thinking. Here’s a hint if you hit a roadblock.

The Ultimate (THON)Wordle

If you’re itching for more THON-themed games, check out our version of Connections or our THON crosswords.

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