In the math-based puzzle game **Nerdle Unlimited**, you have six tries to figure out an 8-digit equation. The game is much like the well-known Wordle. You have to guess a math equation instead of a word. You need to use reasoning and logic to get closer and closer to the right answer.

Each round of Nerdle Unlimited starts with a grid of six tiles. There is a number from 0 to 9 on each one. The player has to figure out which number goes with each tile to solve the puzzle.

If you get a green tile, it means you guessed a number correctly. It's in the right spot in the equation. You have successfully guessed a number if you see a purple tile. It's not where the guess was, though. A black tile means that you did not figure out the equation's correct number.

There are 8 numbers in the equation. The game keeps going until someone gets them all right or runs out of guesses. The number of possible guesses decreases with each wrong answer. You must use logic and thinking to make educated guesses and narrow down the options.

- Pick out the most popular numbers to begin. A good place to start is with the digits 0 through 2. They are the ones that are used most often in numbers.
- Try to find patterns. If you see the same number or the same number in more than one place, it can help you cut down the possible answers.
- Make good use of the feedback method. You can get useful information from the feedback system about how accurate your guesses were, so use it to narrow down the options and get rid of the wrong ones.
- When you think you have some good ideas, pay attention to the order in which they show up in the equation. This can help you figure out where the other numbers should go.
- You get better with practice. You'll get better at using logic and reasoning to solve puzzles as you play Nerdle Unlimited. Play more and give yourself more difficult tasks to get better.

Have fun and good luck!