GeoGuessr game Walkthrough

1.What Do You Mean by GeoGuessr?

GeoGuessr is a geography-based game that will test the players’ ability to recognize and remember their surroundings in different places worldwide by using Google Street View. The map will be given to each player so they can look at it. During the game, players can choose many different ways to play.

You have to click on a place on a map next to you. The number of points you get depends on how closely your choice matches where you are in Street View.

Normal GeoGuessr games have point scores ranging from 0 for an antipodean guess, which is hard to get on its own, to 5000 points for a guess within about 150 meters. In one game, there are five rounds, and you have the chance to get a perfect score of 25,000 points.

The phrase “fun and educational” should be used together to describe GeoGuessr’s primary goal since this is what the app is about.

You might play if you want to show your friends that you know more about geography than they do. If you want to settle a dispute about who is better at pointing out landmarks while driving, then also it’s beneficial.

2.Concept of GeoGuessr

Google Street View will be used to see how well the players can recognize their surroundings in different parts of the world in GeoGuessr. During the game, players can choose from several different ways to play. Battle Royale, Daily Challenge, Country Streak, and Explorer Mode are game types. 

Battle Royale

In this game mode, the players must play against other online players. It can include a random group of players or just your friends. To move forward in the game, players need to figure out where they are before they run out of time or lives. The game will take each player out of the game until only one person is left.

Daily Challenge

You can only play this part of the game once a day. Here, the players get a unique challenge. If you can beat the challenge, it will allow you to unlock special items inside the game.

Country’s Streak

This game style can be played by yourself or in a mode called “Challenge Mode,” in which the user competes against a random person or a friend. The goal of this game mode is to give players many chances in a row to guess countries for winning. Whoever has the most points at the end of the game will be the winner.

Explorer Mode

Players are given a map and can choose a country from that map in Explorer Mode. In the single-player game, they must try their hardest to get medals by correctly naming places around the country.

In this game mode, players can check their overall progress, move around the map, and complete challenges in each area they visit to get gold medals.

3.GeoGuessr Tips and Tricks

#1. Eliminating countries that don’t have Street View coverage

Find out first which countries don’t cover Google Street View so you can move on to the next step. Since GeoGuessr uses Google Street View, you can use the process of elimination to improve your skills by knowing which countries and regions Google Street View does not cover.

Playing a classic game will probably end up in one of the most populated countries, like the United States, Russia, or Australia.

#2. Have an idea of Left or Right-Hand driving lanes for certain countries

Suppose you don’t know which countries drive on the left and which on the right; you won’t get very far. People drive their cars on the right side of the road worldwide.

Except for the UK, Ireland, Malta, and Cyprus, all of Europe drives on the right side of the road. All the countries in North America and South America are the same. GeoGuessr doesn’t have the United States of America.

Kenya, Uganda, Botswana, South Africa, Lesotho, and Swaziland are some countries where people drive their cars on the left side of the road. On the other hand, all the north African countries drive their cars on the right side of the road (Nigeria, Senegal, Ghana, Tunisia).

Most people drive on the left side of the road in southeast Asia and Oceania. The only places that don’t are Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, and the Philippines. Only four countries in Asia where people drive on the left side are Japan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, and Sri Lanka. People everywhere in Asia drive on the right side of the road.

At first, this might seem like a lot, but as you play more, you’ll get to know the different countries quickly. Look around for other cars driving on the same side of the road to figure out which side of the road you are now on.

If there are no other cars on the road, you should look at any road signs to see where they are pointing. If none are there, look for the shadow of the car and figure out which way you are looking.#3. Use your Compass

#3. Use your Compass

Your compass is on the left side of the screen. This is the first thing you should consider when figuring out where your home country is. Putting the sun in the middle of your screen should help you figure out if you are in the northern or southern hemisphere because the red arrow always points north.

If the sun is to your south, you must be north of the equator. If it is to your north, you must be south of the equator. When we look at the sun from this spot, it is clear that we are looking in the general direction of the southwest. Because of this, we are now in the northern hemisphere.

You could also look at the sun in the sky and how far south it is. For example, if the sun is low on the horizon but still pretty far south, you are farther north of the equator than you would be otherwise.

If the sun is starting to set but has already reached its highest point, we can figure out that we are only a little north of the equator because it is only a little south.

#4. Looking for Language/Scripts on Road Signs

You may be able to tell a lot about where you are in the world by the scripts and languages you see. For example, if you see people writing in Cyrillic, you can figure out that you are now in Russia.

The Cyrillic alphabet is also used to write the alphabets of dozens of other languages, such as Bulgarian, Kazakh, Ukrainian, Macedonian, Belarusian, and dozens more. But because Russia is so big, there is a good chance that you are in Russia and not somewhere like Kyrgyzstan, which is much smaller.

Some languages, like Italian, French, and German, might be easy to tell apart even if you don’t know how to speak them.

On the other hand, other languages might be hard to tell apart. Here are some tips to help you tell the difference between languages that sound much like each other. You’ll learn more about them yourself as you play. Some useful tips for language are:

  • The letters ç and ã are used in Brazilian and Portuguese but not Spanish.
  • Swedish, Finnish, Danish, and Norweigian letters set them apart. For example, Finnish has a lot of double letters (like aa or ii). Only Denmark and Norway use the ø.
  • In Ukrainian Ò, Д, І, and Ї and are used, but not in Russian. In Russian Ð, ÑŠ, Ñ‹, and Рare used, but not in Ukrainian.
  • Estonian is the only language that uses õ. Lithuanian is the only language that uses —Ä—, and Polish has a lot of z’s.
  • There are a lot of accents on vowels in Slovenian, Slovak, and Czech. Only Slovak has the letters ä, ľ, ĺ, Å•, and ô. Only Czech has the letters ů, Ä›, and Å™. There are many j’s in Slovenian.
  • There isn’t much difference between Danish and Norwegian. Look for ae, which is used much more in Danish but still in English.

If you can’t figure out what language you’re seeing on your screen, you can use the GeoGuessr map. On the map, you can zoom in on a country you think you might be in. If you look at the names of the cities and compare them to the characters you find, you might be able to figure out your city.

#5. International Symbols on Road Signs

From one country to the next, road signs can be very different. If you are in Europe, you will see a white line down the middle of the road. The line between two traffic lanes in the United States is usually yellow.

In the UK, roads are marked uniquely and interestingly. But there’s more to this problem than just the signs. Also, watch out for street signs, highway signs, and markers.

In Brazil, for example, the names of roads taken care of by the state will include the state’s name. This would be cut down to MG for the state of Minas Gerais and RJ for the capital city, Rio de Janeiro.

In each country, roads are marked differently. In Italy, however, roads with names that start with SS are national roads. At the same time, roads with names that start with SR or SP are regional roads.

So, you must be in Italy if you see a road that starts with an SS, SR, or SP. On the sides of the roads in Thailand are white signs with numbers and the names of cities. Look at the stop signs and other warning signs to figure out where you are. Minor language changes can sometimes help you figure out where you are in time.

For example, if you see a stop sign that says “Alto,” it could mean you are in Mexico or one of the nearby countries, like Guatemala. If, on the other hand, you see a stop sign that says “Pare,” you are probably in a South American country like Colombia, Chile, or Argentina.

Even though “Alto” and “Pare” are both Spanish words and “Spanish” is the official language in all of those countries, the languages used for street signs can be very different from one country to the next.

Most stop signs in France still say “Stop,” but most stop signs in Quebec say “Arrêt.” In different situations, people in New Brunswick often say both Stop and Arrêt.

You might have seen signs in Wales that said “Araf,” which means “Slow” in Welsh. In the US, more signs say “Yield,” while in the UK, more signs say “Give Way.” If you see signs in French but are surrounded by signs that lead to the UK, you might be in Jersey.

On the other hand, the speed limit on an urban road is written as 60 km/h. You can be sure that the speed limit is written in kilometers, which means you are not in the US. If the speed limit on a highway is 60, then you are probably in the US.

Similar Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

One Comment