Never mind Wordle, check out Worldle, a game that travellers will love as it tests their geography knowledge.
Instead of guessing random words, this game challenges you to guess countries by presenting a random shape each day that represents the country’s border on the map.
Like Wordle, you’ve got six guesses. Each time you make an incorrect guess, Worldle tells you how distant your guess is from the correct country and offers an arrow pointing in its direction so you know if you’re guess is to the east, west, north or south.
As an added challenge, you can hide the country’s image or have it randomly rotated.
Up for the challenge? Check out Worldle at https://worldle.teuteuf.fr.
How much do you know Canada? Here’s a travel quiz that asks 10 questions about the Great White North. I’ve put in a few easy ones for you, but I’m sure there are a few that will stump you!
It’s a big world out there, but do you know enough about it to answer our latest travel trivia quiz? We’ve got some real head-scratchers here so you’re doing well if you can get more than half of them right. Up for the challenge? Check these questions out:
Destinations have always marketed themselves with idealized images. Today’s it’s in the form of perfect photographs, but decades ago, the images were colourful paintings that appeared on posters and other types of advertising.
Those vintage images evoke a certain sort of nostalgia for modern travellers and even though the art can sometimes be filled with outdated stereotypes, they still enjoy popularity as decorative objects.
This week’s quiz asks you to look at images of vintage travel posters and guess what destination they are promoting. After you’re done with the quiz, be sure to head over to Jet Set Generation where you can order a few posters of your own.
How good are you at identifying airlines from the tails on their airplanes? If you’ve spent enough time around airports, chances are good that you recognize a lot of them, but some aren’t so obvious. Test your knowledge with our airline logo quiz: