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Screenshot: Meredith Dietz If you were always more into the geography bowl over the spelling bee, you’re in luck. The latest addition to the Wordle-esque turf war is a global challenger called “ Worldle .” And chances are excellent this geography-based guessing game will destroy the ego your 25-day Wordle streak has built up. Not that you should let the threat of a serious challenge deter you. Let it fuel you. Play Worldle every day. Allow it to break you down so a new, better version of you can rise from the ashes, like a phoenix—a phoenix who can actually locate Afghanistan on a map. What’s the point of Worldle? Guess the mystery country or region based on its silhouette. How Worldle works We assume you clicked on this article because you’re already familiar with—and perhaps bored of—Wordle’s gameplay. (If you’re not, you can refresh yourself on how that game works here .) Like Wordle, in Worldle you are given six guesses to help you narrow down the correct country. After each guess, you’ll see (1) the distance in kilometers (or miles) that your guess is from the correct location, (2) an arrow pointing in the direction you need to travel to get there, and (3) a proximity percentage of how close you are on a global scale. For example, say you’re presented with a silhouette of France. If you guess China (no judgment!), you’d be told that you’re 8,042 kilometers away from the correct country, and shown an […]