You’ve played Wordle, but have you ever heard of Worldle? Confusing names, I know, but Worldle is a daily guessing game that focuses on countries, not words. And unless you’re a geography genius, it will make you question all those years you spent in school.
The premise behind Worldle is simple. Each day, the Worldle website shows you the silhouette for a new country. You have six chances to guess the correct country, and thankfully, you get a few hints along the way.
Every time you guess a wrong country, Worldle tells you how far it is from the target country in both kilometers and percentage points. It also shows a small arrow icon to indicate where the correct country is located (relative to the location of the incorrect country that you guessed).
And if you’re a geography sadist, you can play around in Worldle’s settings to hide the target country’s silhouette or make the silhouette rotate with every incorrect guess. Personally, I have enough trouble with the game, so I refuse to enable these options.