'Phrazle' answers for both AM & PM games for May 30th, 2024

'Phrazle' answers for both AM & PM games for May 30th, 2024
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Ava Thompson-Powell

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30th May 2024 02:55

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Guessing one word can be hard enough, but deciphering multiple words to create a phrase is a whole other ball game, so we've got all the hints you'll need for Phrazle's afternoon and morning games to help you guess today's answers.

Phrazle is another of the many popular Wordle-like spin-offs, the word game known across the globe that came into the limelight at the end of 2021, taking the world by storm. Since then, many other word games have been created and grown in popularity, such as Phrazle, creating a huge hype for the industry. 

As huge fans of word games at GGRecon, Phrazle puts us to the test even on the easiest of days - but fear not, as if you're struggling to solve either the first or second phrase of the day, we've got all you'll need just below.

Some hints for today's games

If you don't quite want to have the answers spoiled right off the bat, we've got some great hints that'll set you on the right path (while also requiring you to still do some work). Each day, we'll put a clue for the morning and afternoon answers here, so you can have a jumping-off point to start with when making your guesses.

Morning game hint: bruised and beaten.

Afternoon game hint: something that is annoying someone.

Feeling none the wiser? We've got you - further down the page, you'll find all the answers you need.

Today's answers for May 30th, 2024

SPOILER WARNING: This is your final chance to have a go at deciphering the answer yourself. Keep scrolling at your own caution!

The answer for the morning version of Phrazle is: Black And Blue.

For the afternoon game, the answer is: A Bee In My Bonnet.

Make sure to check back tomorrow (and the next day, and the next), as we’ll keep on providing the solutions so you can keep any hard-earned streak that you've built up ticking along.

How to play Phrazle

Screenshot of the game board in Phrazle showing the different colour tiles
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Firstly, other site's answers may differ from our own, as there are several different Phrazle websites. To quell any confusion over the answers, to get started, hop over to Solitaired.com, as this is where we play.

Once you're on the site, you'll get a little prompt that appears which gives you a rundown on each of the tiles given to a letter when submitting a guess. These tile colours are crucial to consider, because it'll help you to gauge just how close you are to a win.

The different tiles in Phrazle are as follows:

  • Grey: You're out of luck - this letter isn't anywhere in the answer
  • Purple: You're on the right track - this letter is just in the wrong word of the phrase
  • Orange: All you need to do with this letter is rejig it a bit, as it's in the wrong spot, but the right word
  • Green: Bingo! You got it, this letter is in the right place

As is par for the course for many word games, you'll also need to aim to make your guesses within six tries. I've found this to be pretty reasonable, but it'll likely be on a case-by-case basis depending on what phrase is popping into the mix at any given time.

When I play, because you don't really know where to start - I'll consider the amount of letters for each word and just try to fill those with something that matches. For a two-letter work you can do 'an', 'on', or 'to', for example. For me, it's usually a case of seeing if anything comes up for me depending on the word's length, and if not, trying to pop in something that fits so I can identify what letters I'm working with.

When does a new game start in Phrazle?

 

Screenshot showing the 'you won' message and the timer for when a new game starts in Phrazle
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As you'll know by now, Phrazle has two games a day to work through, both of which come into play at midnight local time, and 12PM local time according to the messages I've received when completing both of the morning and afternoon sessions. 

With that, you're primed on everything you'll need to approach your next game! For more tips, answers, and hints, check out our word game homepage for all the latest on games like Wordle, Contexto, Spelling Bee, and NYT Connections

Ava Thompson-Powell
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Ava Thompson-Powell
Ava is GGRecon's Evergreen Editor. With a BA (Hons) in Media & Communications, she was previously the Evergreen Editor for Dexerto. When not in the land of evergreens, she's playing her favourite games, including Dead by Daylight, The Sims, Second Life, and Red Dead Online. Oh yeah, and she's a huge Taylor Swift fan.
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