Worldle Is Like Wordle, but for Geography

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Worldle is the latest Wordle takeoff, giving players six chances to guess a country outlined in black.


Wordle, the viral online word game, has spawned countless variations since being launched by Welsh developer Josh Wardle.

Worldle, the latest spinoff, moves the browser-based puzzle from the dictionary to the atlas: Players are shown a shaded outline of a country and have six tries to correctly guess what it is.

Worldle also shows the distance in kilometers your guess was to the actual location. (You can change that measurement to miles in the Settings section, or even hide the country image for more of a challenge.)

While Worldle hasn’t reached the level of fandom of its inspiration, the once-a-day puzzle did garner more than 500,000 players on Sunday, its first day, according to its creator.

“You crazy people!” Worldle creator @teuteuf tweeted. “It was supposed to be just a small side project! We are now half a million who played #Worldle today! Wtf?! Thanks to all of you!”

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