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In BABELLE, you have 6 guesses to figure out the country where a city is located. Every answer must be the name of a real country or territory. As you make your guesses, you'll receive information on the distance, direction, and proximity between your guess and the target country.
Based on the shape and size, gamers must guess the city based on their knowledge of the world map. Every time you guess a wrong country, Babelle 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) - so before your sixth and final guess, you can get closer and closer.
Babelle, like Wordle, is a daily game in which you have to guess the correct answer. Because there is only one Babelle game a day, you can't get too hooked on it.
BABELLE is a copy of Worldle, which was made by @teuteuf and released under an MIT license.
Terry Laire made it - (source code)
Name and idea by Laura P. Sikorski