You can’t play past Quordle puzzles, so the list is useful only for completeness and sampling reasons.
What you need to know about Quordle
Quordle is one of the many Wordle clones that have emerged in the wake of Wordle’s enormous success. In Quordle you play Wordle on four different boards simultaneously, and you have nine chances to guess all four answers correctly.
The game rules are the same as Wordle’s, and letters will turn green, yellow, or dark gray on each individual board.
While there is only one daily Quordle puzzle, you can practice as much as possible with practice mode.
If four boards are too many for you, you can try Dordle, in which you must solve two different Wordles simultaneously. If you want an even more significant challenge, you can try Octordle, in which players must solve 8 Wordle puzzle boards in 13 tries.
You can also try Heardle if you are looking for the musical version of Wordle, Framed if you are a cinephile, while you can play Mathler if you enjoy math games, and Worldle if you are a geography geek.