Here are some hints and the answer for Worldle 100 today, released on May 1st, 2022.
UPDATE: Click here for the hints and the answers to Worldle 101!
Worldle is another Wordle-inspired game, but this one requires you to guess the country or territory for the day. The game’s default mode shows you the outline of the country and gives you six guesses to solve the answer. When you make a guess and it is not the correct answer, you will be told how far away the guessed country is from the answer and the direction you need to look.
If you would like a more difficult challenge, try one of two other modes, both of which can be found in the game’s settings and will affect the next puzzle. The first option is to remove the image of the country entirely, leaving you to guess at random. Your guesses will still show you how far away you are from the actual country and which direction you must travel in order to find the answer which means you can make more educated guesses going forward.
The other option rotates the country’s image, so it may appear upside down or sideways on the map, but you won’t know which way it is. This will confuse you and make guessing the country a bit more challenging.
Worldle Geography Game 100 Hints Today – May 1, 2022
We like to give our readers hints as to what the country might be before we give you the answer to help you if you’re stuck.
Here is what the country/territory looks like for the Worldle 100 puzzle today:
Here are the clues we have for the Worldle today (May 1st, 2022).
Hint 1: It is located in South America.
Hint 2: There are four letters in this country.
Hint 3: It’s known for its old architecture, vintage cars and beautiful beaches.
Hint 4: The first letter of this country is C.
What is the Worldle 100 Country Answer Today? (May 1st, 2022)
The answer to the Worldle 100 country today is…
FUN FACT: Christmas was banned for 30 years – When Fidel Castro’s communist government came to power in 1959, Cuba was declared an atheist state. In 1969, Castro abolished Christmas as an official (paid) holiday, the reason being that it had a negative impact on the country’s production of sugar. Cuba’s 30-year ban on Christmas came to an end in 1997, after Pope John Paul II’s historic visit to the country. The period when Christmas was banned is locally referred to as Las Navidades Silenciadas (The Silent Christmases). To this day, Christmas is a normal working day.
Well done if you managed to guess the country today! Click here for the hints and the answers to Worldle 101!