How to Play
Solve the daily Boxxle with as few letter swaps as you can!
A completed Boxxle is a 4x4 grid where each row and column forms a valid word.
For example, in the Boxxle below, the rows form the words "mask", "icon", "line", and "edge",
and the columns form the words "mile", "acid", "song", and "knee".
A green tile means that the letter is correctly placed.
A yellow tile means that the letter is in the horizontal and/or vertical word, but not in the correct place.
A grey tile means that the letter is in neither the horizontal nor the vertical word.
For example, below you can see a scrambled version of the Boxxle above.
In this scrambled version, the "K" from "knee"/"mask" is not in the correct column for "knee" or "mask". Thus, it is grey.
The "G" from "song"/"edge" is in the correct column for "song". Thus, it is yellow.
The "M" from "mask"/"mile" is in the correct row and column. Thus, it is green.