Here is the answer to the Countryle 131 country for today, released on June 30th, 2022.
UPDATE: Click here for the hints and the answer to Countryle 132!
There are many games that have come into fruition since the launch of Wordle, with some of the more popular takes being Quordle, Globle, Heardle, Octordle and Nerdle to name just a few.
Countryle is a game that is similar to Globle, where you need to guess the country of the day, with no initial hints. Once you have made a guess, this game will show you how close you are to the answer with the following clues:
- Hemisphere – If you have selected the right hemisphere for the country you guessed.
- Continent – If you have guessed the right continent as the Countryle country.
- Average Temperature – If the temperature of the country you have guessed is similar to the answer.
- Population – If the population is similar.
- Co-ordinates – It will show you the direction of the hidden country compared to the one you have guessed.
The colour system is different from Globle as well, as red means you are far away from the answer, yellow means you are close and green means you have guessed it correctly. This will show you how close you are for every clue.
There is a new Countryle to guess every day at midnight in your time zone and there is no limit as to how many guesses you make. You can also share your results on social media as to how many guesses it took to solve the answer.
Countryle Hints Today 131 – June 30, 2022
The word can be difficult to solve sometimes so here are some clues we have for Countryle 131 to help you to solve the answer today.
Hint 1: It starts with the letter L.
Hint 2: There are ten letters in the name of the country.
Hint 3: It is in the northern hemisphere.
Hint 4: The country is located in Europe.
What is the Answer Today? (June 30th, 2022) (6/30/22)
If you are still struggling for the word today, the answer to Countryle is:
Fun Fact About Luxembourg
We will be posting some fun facts about the Countryle answers, so here is a fun fact about Luxembourg:
Luxembourg has three official languages. Luxembourgers are typically tri-lingual, with the country having three official languages: German, French, and Luxembourgish or Lëtzebuergesch, which has much the same syntax and grammar as German.
Students in Luxembourg are taught all three languages in school, being first taught in Luxembourgish, then in German in primary school, followed by the French curriculum in secondary school. While German and French are often used for administrative purposes, Luxembourgish is generally used in conversations.
Well done if you managed to guess the answer to the Countryle puzzle today! Click here for the hints and the answer to Countryle 132!