Are you struggling to guess the answer to today’s Worldle, 27 March? Don’t worry – we’re here to help you.
Worldle isn’t a typo, oh no. This geography-based daily game is a riff on the popular Wordle formula. But instead of guessing a five-letter word, you instead guess the name of the country.
Worldle makes it easier for you by giving you the outline of the country. And each time you guess, you’ll be given a distance, in kilometres, how far away you are from the actual answer. Like Wordle, you only get six chances to guess, though. And so if world geography isn’t your strong suit, you’ll likely struggle. That’s where we come in. Here’s the Worldle answer for 27 March.
Worldle tips and answer for 27 March
Before we jump into telling you the answer, how about some clues? Hopefully the following will help you guess today’s Worldle answer on 27 March.
- It’s in the Indian Ocean
- Its flag has five colours
- It’s made up of 115 islands
Did they help? If not, here’s today’s answer: it’s SEYCHELLES.
From Wikipedia, here’s a little bit of information about Seychelles:
“Seychelles, officially the Republic of Seychelles, is an archipelagic state consisting of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean. Its capital and largest city, Victoria, is 1,500 kilometres (800 nautical miles) east of mainland Africa. Nearby island countries and territories include the Comoros, Madagascar, Mauritius, and the French overseas departments of Mayotte and Réunion to the south; and Maldives and the Chagos Archipelago (administered by the United Kingdom as the British Indian Ocean Territory) to the east. It is the least populated sovereign African country, with an estimated 2020 population of 98,462.”
Did you guess today’s Worldle correctly? Don’t worry if not – there’s always tomorrow.
Previous Worldle Answers
Are you wondering what the answers to Worldle have been earlier in the week? Here’s the last few that you might have missed.
- 26 March: Solomon Islands
- 25 March: Russia
- 24 March: Zimbabwe
- 23 March: United Arab Emirates
- 22 March: Zambia
- 21 March: Austria
- 20 March: South Africa
- 19 March: Yemen
- 18 March: Samoa
- 17 March: Argentina