# Worldle Today Answer – May 10

Looking for the answer forÂ Worldle today? Well, consider us your saviours. In this guide, we provide you with the answer for today’s puzzle, and, what’s more, we keep it updated every single day. So, if you’re a big fan of …

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Looking for the answer forÂ Worldle today? Well, consider us your saviours. In this guide, we provide you with the answer for today’s puzzle, and, what’s more, we keep it updated every single day. So, if you’re a big fan of Worldle but often struggle to get the answer, we recommend bookmarking this page and checking back every single day. That way, you’ll never miss out on a puzzle.

Worldle is a daily puzzle game that plays very similarly to Globle. Each day, you have to guess a specific country within the world. When you guess, you get a few pointers to help you get the correct answer – unless you’re correct on your first go. You find out how far the actual country is from your guess, and in what direction. Using this, you narrow down your guess until it’s correct.

You can play Worldle on the official site. If you’re a fan of daily puzzle games like this, you should check out our other guides. We cover Quordle today, LoLdle today, Heardle today, Framed today, Weaver today, and Octordle today.

## Worldle Today Answer

Finally, here’s the answer for Worldle today:

• May 10: Dominican Republic

## Worldle FAQ

Now, we’ll answer a bunch of questions you may have about Worldle.

### What Is Worldle?

Worldle is a Wordle-like daily puzzle game that challenges you to guess a specific country every single day. If you’ve played Globle, you’ll have a good idea of what you’re getting yourself into here.

### How Does It Work?

You guess a country, and the game tells you how close your guess is to the actual country in kilometres. Helpfully, you also find the direction the correct country is in, so you can use these vital two pieces of information to narrow down the correct answer. You only get six guesses, so choose wisely!

### What Are Worldle Tips and Tricks?

Before we straight up give you the answer, here’s a few tips and tricks that might help you out:

• Keep a map handy: Chances are, you don’t have all of the countries in the world in your head – unless you’re a geographer. So, keep a map handy. This will help you narrow down your guesses in a more accurate manner.
• Continents: Start with a specific continent in mind and guess a relatively central country in it. This will help eliminate a bunch of countries, or help you isolate the correct answer.
• Check out the FAQ: The official FAQ has a bunch of hints and tips that can help you play better. Check it out here.

### What Are The Previous Worldle Answers?

• May 9: China
• May 8: Congo
• May 7: Hungary
• May 6: Canada
• May 5: Guyana
• May 4: The Netherlands
• May 3:Â  Saint Vincent And The Grenadines
• May 2: Djibouti
• May 1: Belize
• April 30: Belarus
• April 29: Mali
• April 28: Pakistan
• April 27: United Kingdom
• April 26: Central African Republic
• April 25: Andorra
• April 24: Chad
• April 23: Philippenes
• April 22: Morocco
• April 21: Nicaragua
• April 20: North Korea
• April 19: Rwanda
• April 18: Bhutan
• April 17: Equatorial Guinea
• April 16: Brunei
• April 15: Ghana
• April 14: Panama
• April 13: Barbados
• April 12: Niger
• April 11: Afghanistan
• April 10: Guinea-Bissau
• April 9: Denmark
• April 8: Tajikistan
• April 7: Algeria
• April 6: Slovenia
• April 5: Guinea
• April 4: Uzbekistan
• April 3: Haiti
• April 2: Brazil
• April 1: Lebanon
• March 31: Australia
• March 30: Thailand
• March 29: Sudan
• March 28: Sweden
• March 27: Seychelles
• March 26: Solomon Islands
• March 25: Russia
• March 24: Zimbabwe
• March 23: United Arab Emirates
• March 22: Zambia
• March 21: Austria
• March 20: South Africa
• March 19: Yemen
• March 18: Samoa
• March 17: Argentina
• March 16: Armenia
• March 15: Burudi
• March 14: Bulgaria
• March 13: Bolivia
• March 12: Democratic Republic Of The Congo
• March 11: Chile
• March 10: Cape Verde
• March 9: Jordan
• March 8: Serbia
• March 7: Vietnam
• March 6: Burkina Faso
• March 5: Germany
• March 4: India
• March 3: Mexico
• March 2: Uganda
• March 1: Antigua and Barbuda
• February 28: Switzerland
• February 27: Bosnia and Herzegovina
• February 26: Botswana
• February 25: Azerbaijan
• February 24: Venezuela
• February 23: Senegal
• February 22: Romania
• February 21: Maldives
• February 20: Lesotho
• February 19: Spain
• February 18: Bangladesh
• February 17: Tunisia
• February 16: New Zealand
• February 15: Belgium
• February 14: United States
• February 13: Nigeria
• February 12:Â Iran
• February 11: El Salvador
• February 10: Norway
• February 9: Cote d’Ivoire
• February 8: Aruba
• February 7: Turkey
• February 6: Namibia
• February 5: Laos
• February 4: Honduras
• February 3: Ecuador
• February 2:Â Albania
• February 1: Ukraine
• January 31: Uruguay
• January 30: Cuba
• January 29: Tanzania
• January 28: Dominican Republic
• January 27: Singapore
• January 26: Estonia
• January 25: Saudi Arabia
• January 24: Gabon
• January 23: Suriname
• January 22: France
• January 21: Taiwan
• January 20: Croatia
• January 19: Moldova
• January 18: Myanmar
• January 17: Malta
• January 16: Nauru
• January 15: Nepal
• January 14: Poland
• January 13: Philippines
• January 12: Portugal
• January 11: Chad
• January 10: Syria
• January 9: Cyprus
• January 8: Somalia
• January 7: Finland
• January 6: South Sudan
• January 5: South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
• January 4: Slovakia
• January 3: Equatorial Guinea
• January 2: Turkmenistan
• January 1: Kenya
• December 31: Greece
• December 30: Angola
• December 29: Afghanistan
• December 28: Benin
• December 27: Bahrain
• December 26: Congo
• December 25: Netherlands
• December 24: Panama
• December 23: Rwanda
• December 22: Slovenia
• December 21: Sierra Leone
• December 20: Tajikistan
• December 19: Guyana
• December 18: Sweden
• December 17: Kiribati
• December 16: Uzbekistan
• December 15: Guinea
• December 14: Russia
• December 13: United Arab Emirates
• December 12: Guatemala
• December 11: Thailand
• December 10: Canada
• December 9: Niger
• December 8: Cocos Islands
• December 7: Zimbabwe
• December 6: Georgia
• December 5: Belize
• December 4: Nicaragua
• December 3: Italy
• December 2: Zambia
• December 1: South Korea
• November 30: Tokelau
• November 29: Argentina
• November 28: Austria
• November 27: Australia
• November 26: Brazil
• November 25: Brunei
• November 24: Bolivia
• November 23: Pakistan
• November 22: The Seychelles
• November 21: Solomon Islands
• November 20:Â Serbia
• November 19:Â Uganda
• November 18: Lebanon
• November 17: South Africa
• November 16: North Korea
• November 15: Bulgaria
• November 14:Â Mozambique
• November 13:Â Belarus
• November 12:Â Malaysia
• November 11:Â Denmark
• November 10:Â Romania
• November 9: RÃ©union
• November 8:Â Qatar
• November 7:Â Ireland
• November 6:Â Jordan
• November 5:Â Central African Republic
• November 4:Â Switzerland
• November 3:Â Tunisia
• November 2:Â Montenegro
• November 1:Â Mexico
• October 31:Â New Zealand
• October 30:Â French Polynesia
• October 29:Â El Salvador
• October 28:Â Ethiopia
• October 27:Â Honduras
• October 26:Â Sudan
• October 25:Â Turkey
• October 24:Â United Kingdom
• October 23:Â Iceland
• October 22:Â Senegal
• October 21:Â Vietnam
• October 20:Â Guinea-Bissau
• October 19:Â Spain
• October 18:Â Turks and Caicos Islands
• October 17:Â Iran
• October 16:Â Burundi
• October 15:Â Norway
• October 14:Â Eritrea
• October 13:Â Suriname
• October 12:Â Cambodia
• October 11:Â Burkina Faso
• October 10:Â NIGERIA
• October 7:Â SAUDI ARABIA
• October 5:Â NAMBIA
• October 4:Â BELGIUM
• October 3: KAZAKHSTAN
• October 2:Â URUGUAY
• October 1:Â GRENADA
• September 30: GREENLAND
• September 29:Â HAITI
• September 28: BOTSWANA
• September 27: ESWATINI
• September 26: MALI
• September 25: FRENCH GUIANA
• September 24: UNITED STATES
• September 23: NAURU
• September 22: CROATIA
• September 21: DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO
• September 20:Â SYRIA
• September 19:Â GABON
• September 18:Â WESTERN SAHARA
• September 17:Â TAIWAN
• September 16:Â MAURITANIA
• September 15:Â DOMINICA
• September 14:Â Ukraine
• September 13:Â North Macedonia
• September 12:Â Estonia
• September 11:Â Timor-Leste
• September 10:Â Madagascar
• September 9:Â Portugal
• September 8:Â Tanzania
• September 7:Â Bhutan
• September 6:Â Comoros
• September 5:Â Napal
• September 4:Â Thailand
• September 3:Â Azerbaijan
• September 2:Â Egypt
• September 1:Â Jamaica
• August 31:Â Canada
• August 30:Â Peru
• August 29:Â Netherlands
• August 28:Â Rwanda
• August 27:Â Kerguelen Islands
• August 26:Â Samoa
• August 25:Â Benin
• August 24:Â China
• August 23:Â Falkland Islands
• August 22:Â Russia
• August 21:Â Togo

And that will do it for our Worldle today guide. Make sure to grab it via the links at the top of this page, check out our other guides linked in the third paragraph, and bookmark this page and check back daily for more solutions.

#### Glen Fox

##### Head of Editorial
Glen has over a decade's worth of experience in gaming journalism, writing for Pocket Gamer, Pocket Tactics, Nintendo Life, and Gfinity. When he's not badgering everyone about the dangers of passive text, you can probably find him playing Wild Rift.