Worldle Clues & Answer for 16 November

Sadakshi Kalyan Ramun
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<div class="paragraphs"><p>If you are a big fan of geography and the hit word-based game Wordle, then Worldle is the puzzle game for you.</p></div>
If you are a big fan of geography and the hit word-based game Wordle, then Worldle is the puzzle game for you.


If you are a big fan of geography and the hit word-based game Wordle, then Worldle is the puzzle game for you.
This article will guide you through the Worldle puzzle of the day.

Web-based word-guessing game Wordle, created by software engineer Josh Wardle, created a ripple effect in the world and grew very popular during the COVID-19 pandemic and the resultant lockdown period across the globe. Since its publication, numerous people on the internet have been sharing and celebrating their everyday victories in the game. Apart from that, Wordle has become an inspiration and has led to the creation of many similar games. While the apparent hype around these time-based games has seemingly dropped, people still spend time everyday religiously to complete the puzzles and keep their streaks alive.

One such game is Worldle, created by Twitter user teuteuf. This web-based game brings geography and a sense of direction into play and just like the classic Wordle, the puzzle resets every 24 hours. 

While playing Worldle, you will realize that it is more visual than Wordle and users are prompted to remember the world map and identify countries and territories based on their shape. The clues are also given in such a way that they tell you how far off your guess is and which direction you need to focus. 

While the game looks easy at first glance, it is no easy feat to guess countries within six clues, just by looking at the shape. Here are some clues and the actual answer for today's puzzle on Worldle so that you can keep up your streak.

Worldle: How to Play

The rules for Worldle are simple and they are as follows:

  • Guess the Worldle answer in six guesses.

  • Each guess must be a valid country and territory

  • After each guess, users will have the distance, the direction, and the proximity from their guess to the target location.

Today’s Worldle Answer for 16th November

Firstly, before seeing the answer to today’s puzzle, let us give you a few hints to help you guess the answer yourself: 

  • The country's name starts with the letter "D"

  • This country's capital is Copenhagen.



The answer for today's Worldle is Denmark.

Previous Worldle Answers

  • 16th November: Denmark

  • 15th November: Kyrgyzstan

  • 14th November: Serbia

  • 13th November: Uzbekistan

  • 12th November: Cape Verde

  • 11th November: Iceland

  • 8th November: Lithuania

  • 7th November: Estonia

  • 6th November: Burkina Faso

  • 5th November: Saudi Arabia

  • 4th November: Isle of Man

  • 3rd November: Congo

  • 2nd November: Taiwan

  • 1st November: Norway

  • 31st October: Rawnda

  • 30th October: Bhutan

  • 29th October: Guinea

  • 28th October: Japan

  • 27th October: Saint Lucia

  • 26th October: Romania

  • 25th October: Bucharest

  • 24th October: Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • 23rd October: Belize

  • 22nd October: Germany

  • 21st October: Georgia

  • 20th October: Greece

  • 19th October: Armenia

  • 18th October: Bolivia

  • 17th October: Tunisia

  • 16th October: Mexico

  • 15th October: United Kingdom

  • 14th October: Kuwait

  • 13th October: Dominica

  • 12th October: Albania

  • 11th October: Belgium

  • 10th October: Somalia

  • 8th October: Portugal

  • 7th October: Azerbaijan

  • 6th October: Ireland

  • 5th October: Singapore

  • 4th October: Burundi

  • 3rd October: Cambodia

  • 2nd October: El Salvador

  • 1st October: Belarus

  • 30th September: Afghanistan

  • 29th September: Columbia

  • 28th September: Gabon

  • 27th September: Turkmenistan

  • 26th September: Angola

  • 25th September: Myanmar

  • 24th September: Pitcairn Islands

  • 23rd September: Equador

  • 22nd September: Equatorial Guinea

  • 21st September: United Arab Emirates

  • 20th September: Benin

  • 19th September: Pakistan

  • 18th September: Zambia

  • 17th September: Jamaica

  • 16th September: Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

  • 15th September: Ghana

  • 14th September: Solomon Islands

  • 13th September: Djibouti

  • 12th September: Peru

  • 11th September: Vietnam

  • 10th September: Hungary

  • 9th September: Russia

  • 8th September: France

  • 7th September: Kiribati

  • 6th September: Austria

  • 5th September: Mozambique

  • 4th September: China

  • 2nd September: Cyprus

  • 1st September: Sudan

  • 31st August: Tajikistan

  • 30th August: Barbados

  • 29th August: Haiti

  • 28th August: Mauritania

  • 27th August: Croatia

  • 26th August: Cuba

  • 25th August: Australia

  • 24th August: South Africa

  • 23rd August: Qatar

  • 22nd August: Mali

  • 21st August: Poland

  • 20th August: Luxembourg

  • 19th August: Chad

  • 18th August: Guyana

  • 17th August: Sierra Leone

  • 16th August: South Korea

  • 15th August: Zimbabwe

  • 14th August: North Korea

  • 13th August: Venezuela

  • 12th August: Diego Garcia

  • 11th August: United States

  • 10th August: Guinea-Bissau

  • 9th August: Philippines

  • 8th August: Sweden

  • 7th August: Ukraine

  • 6th August: Argentina

  • 5th August: Central African Republic

  • 4th August: Finland

  • 3rd August: Montenegro

  • 2nd August: Oman

  • 1st August: Uruguay

  • 31st July: Malaysia

  • 30th July: Democratic Republic of the Congo

  • 29th July: Sri Lanka

  • 28th July: Serbia

  • 27th July: Brunei

  • 26th July: Denmark

  • 23rd July: Ethiopia

  • 22nd July: Iraq

  • 21st July: Madagascar

  • 20th July: Antigua and Barbuda

  • 18th July: Uzbekistan

  • 17th July: Romania

  • 16th July: Iran

  • 15th July: Spain

  • 14th July: Uganda

  • 13th July: New Zealand

  • 12th July: Honduras

  • 11th July: Turkey

  • 10th July: Norway

  • 9th July: Yemen

  • 8th July: Cape Verde

  • 7th July: India

  • 6th July: Nigeria

  • 5th July: Mexico

  • 4th July: Tanzania

  • 3rd July: Armenia

  • 2nd July: Eritrea

  • 1st July: Italy

  • 30th June: Somalia

  • 29th June: Isle of Man

  • 28th June: Chile

  • 27th June: Taiwan

  • 26th June: Portugal

  • 25th June: Cambodia

  • 24th June: Estonia

  • 23rd June: Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • 22nd June: Saudi Arabia

  • 21st June: Latvia

  • 20th June: Iceland

  • 19th June: Malta

  • 18th June: Tunisia

  • 17th June: Germany

  • 16th June: Lithuania

  • 15th June: Turkmenistan

  • 14th June: Botswana

  • 13th June: Kyrgyzstan

  • 12th June: Senegal

  • 11th June: Belgium

  • 10th June: Guam

  • 9th June: Greece

  • 8th June: Switzerland

  • 7th June: Morocco

  • 6th June: Ireland

  • 5th June: South Sudan

  • 4th June: Myanmar

  • 3rd June: Albania

  • 2nd June: Guatemala

  • 1st June: Dominica

  • 31st May: Nepal

  • 30th May: El Salvador

  • 29th May: Syria

  • 28th May: Kenya

  • 27th May: Bouvet Island

  • 26th May: Lithuania

  • 25th May: Colombia

  • 24th May: Somalia

  • 23rd May: South Korea

  • 22nd May: Cote D’Ivoire

  • 21st May: Slovakia

  • 20th May: Jamaica

  • 19th May: Sierra Leone

  • 18th May: Guadeloupe

  • 17th May: Suriname

  • 16th May: Cameroon

  • 15th May: Oman

  • 14th May: Cuba

  • 13th May: Peru

  • 12th May: Cyprus

  • 11th May: Poland

  • 10th May: Dominican Republic

  • 9th May: China

  • 8th May: Congo

  • 7th May: Hungary

  • 6th May: Canada

  • 5th May: Guyana

  • 4th May: The Netherlands

  • 3rd May: Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

  • 2nd May: Djibouti

  • 1st May: Belize

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Sadakshi has been a gamer throughout her life and has followed League of Legends since Season 3, immediately falling in love with the esports scene. Bringing in her print journalism experience, she focuses on content that is both informative and innovative. While her heart still remains with League, her love for competition has pushed her to explore other titles such as Valorant and Apex Legends.