The Wordle phenomenon of 2022 inspired a host of daily web-based word games and guessing games of all kinds. Music, movies, and TV lovers have a wide variety to choose from, matching certain lyrics, screengrabs, box office figures, and actors to the correct works in games like Heardle, Framed, and Actorle. Esports enthusiasts even have a place to guess the rank where certain plays from four major esports occurred.
Globle, a Canadian designer, is always available for geography nerds.
Globle is a game that tries to guess a random mystery country every day, in a manner similar to LoLdle's main challenge. There are no prerequisites to start with, and no restrictions: all you need to do is type the name of the country you want to guess. The game will give you a single hint, changing the color of the country you chose depending on how close it is to the current day's answer.
If and when you get the correct answer, the country will be shown in green instead.
Globle: Capitals, which was also created by Abe, was released in late 2022. The concept is similar, but this time, players must face an additional challenge in guessing the names of capital cities rather than countries.
Or, it may be difficult to remember the exact name of the place you are looking for in certain circumstances, particularly in areas you have little contact with. Here are a few suggestions that might aid in resetting your memory.
Hints for today's Globle answer — February 9, 2023
|Official and most popular languages||French, Kikongo ya leta, Lingala, Swahili, Tshiluba|
|Borders||Central African Republic (north, northwest)Sudan (northeast)Uganda (northeast)Rwanda (east)Burundi (east)Tanzania (east)Zambia (southeast)Angola (south, southwest)Atlantic Ocean (west)Congo (west)|
If the above suggestions aren't enough to draw your attention to the correct spelling, you may view the answer to today's Globle here.
Today's Globle answer — February 9, 2023
The Democratic Republic of Congo, also known as Congo-Kinshasa or by the acronym D.R.C., is today the second-largest African country and a former Belgian colony. It has been independent since 1960.
The game may not recognize the word "Democratic Republic of Congo" or even its own suggestion "Dem Rep Congo." To ensure that you get the correct answer, you may need to enter the acronym DRC.
Globle previous answers in 2023
- Feb. 8, 2023: Azerbaijan
- Feb. 7, 2023: Serbia
- Feb. 6, 2023: Montenegro
- Feb. 5, 2023: Equatorial Guinea
- Feb. 4, 2023: Vanuatu
- Feb. 3, 2023: Suriname
- Feb. 2, 2023: Vietnam
- Feb. 1, 2023: Eritrea
- Jan. 31, 2023: Mozambique
- Jan. 30, 2023: Mexico
- Jan. 29, 2023: São Tomé and Príncipe
- Jan. 28, 2023: Ethiopia
- Jan. 27, 2023: Russia
- Jan. 26, 2023: Greece
- Jan. 25, 2023: Dominican Republic
- Jan. 24, 2023: Gabon
- Jan. 23, 2023: Barbados
- Jan. 22, 2023: Peru
- Jan. 21, 2023: Oman
- Jan. 20, 2023: Denmark
- Jan. 19, 2023: Qatar
- Jan. 18, 2023: Paraguay
- Jan. 17, 2023: Bahamas
- Jan. 16, 2023: Marshall Islands
- Jan. 15, 2023: Democratic Republic of the Congo (D.R.C.)
- Jan. 14, 2023: Albania
- Jan. 13, 2023: Ivory Coast (Côte d’Ivoire)
- Jan. 12, 2023: Afghanistan
- Jan. 11, 2023: Mauritania
- Jan. 10, 2023: Micronesia
- Jan. 9, 2023: France
- Jan. 8, 2023: Finland
- Jan. 7, 2023: Djibouti
- Jan. 6, 2023: Algeria
- Jan. 5, 2023: Canada
- Jan. 4, 2023: Comoros
- Jan. 3, 2023: Lebanon
- Jan. 2, 2023: Mongolia
- Jan. 1, 2023: Ireland