Globle answer today – here’s the answer and hints for September 19

Globle is yet another variant on everyone’s favourite word game. The similarities are brief, with Globle offering a geography-based puzzle, with a new solution to take on each day. Those who wish to play need only start by guessing any country. The game will then tell you how close you’ve gotten, allowing you to narrow down the options.

READ MORE: Framed answer for today

Even if you’re a geography pro, guessing the Globle answer each day can be a real challenge. This is why we’ve included some hints in this page to help jog your brain towards the right answer. If you’d rather just know the solution, we have that too.

As each puzzle releases, we’ll be sure to keep this page updated with the correct answer and hints. We’ll also give you some tips on the best countries to start with, and how to play the game. Let’s get guessing!

Globle hint for today (September 19)

To help get you closer to today’s Globle answer, we’ve included some hints below. We’ll start off fairly vague, before giving bigger clues.

Country is in Central Africa
The capital is São Tomé
Name starts with ‘S’

Globle answer for today (September 19)

Today’s Globle answer is São Tomé and Príncipe. This is the answer for September 19, with a new puzzle coming tomorrow. Stay tuned for more fun with geography!

Globle answer archive

We’ll be keeping some past Globle answers in the archive list below. Check them out to narrow down your guesses.

Laos
Turkmenistan
Germany
South Sudan
Honduras
Netherlands
Lebanon
Gabon
Chile
Ghana
Czechia
Cuba
Somalia
Mexico
Iran
Bhutan
Benin
Spain
Qatar
Guatemala
Malaysia
Papua New Guinea
Hungary
Nigeria
Niger
Turkmenistan
Austria
Iraq
Antigua and Barbuda
Ukraine
Singapore
Maldives
Costa Rica
Sweden
Cyprus
Japan
Saudi Arabia
Denmark
Cambodia
Eritrea
Lebanon
Armenia
United States of America
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Indonesia
Bolivia
Central African Republic
Bahrain
Chad
Cuba
Zimbabwe
Kenya
Tajikistan
Uganda
Suriname
Ghana
Dominican Republic
Micronesia
Malawi
Mali
St. Lucia
Pakistan
Yemen
Argentina
Tunisia
Namibia
Cameroon
Nicaragua
Japan
Vatican
Rwanda
Bangladesh
Finland
Myanmar
Nicaragua
Dominica
Italy
Tajikistan
Fiji
St. Kitts & Nevis
Taiwan
North Korea
Nigeria
Vanuatu
Timor-Leste
Cameroon
Madagascar
Hounduras
Chile
Barbados
Grenada
Slovakia
Andorra
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Palau
Jordan
Papua New Guinea
Zambia
Kenya
Oman
Turkey
Germany
Bhutan
Albania
Vanuatu
Tanzania
Liechtenstein
Latvia
Central African Republic
Guatemala
Guinea-Bissau
St. Kitts and Nevis
China
Lithuania
Slovakia
Pakistan
Nepal
Kiribati
Malaysia
Belarus
Laos
Benin
Honduras
New Zealand
Monaco
Morocco
Belgium
Switzerland
Myanmar
Papua New Guinea
Singapore
Malawi
Estonia
Liberia
El Salvador
Ghana
Antigua and Barbuda
India
Tajikistan
Hungary
Zimbabwe
Jordan
Iceland
Indonesia
Palestine
Spain
Nigeria
Cuba
Fiji
San Marino
North Korea
United Arab Emirates
Italy
Rwanda
Venezuela
Singapore
Kenya
Estonia
Guinea
Kuwait
Togo
Dominica
Cyprus
Kazakhstan
Romania
Botswana
Turkmenistan
Japan
Nauru
Ukraine
Türkiye
Senegal
Uganda
Australia
Bahrain
South Korea
Luxembourg
Iraq
Burundi
Panama
Malta
Somalia
Germany
Sierra Leone
Kuwait
Burkina Faso
Dominica
United Kingdom
Uzbekistan
Tunisia
Saudi Arabia
Moldova
Taiwan
Bhutan
Kosovo
Mali
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Gambia
Guyana
Cambodia
Austria
Eswatini
Belize
South Sudan
Czechia
Zambia
Chad
Niger
St. Lucia
Argentina
Uzbekistan
Saudi Arabia
Portugal
The Bahamas
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Azerbaijan
Serbia
Montenegro
Equatorial Guinea
Suriname
Vietnam
Eritrea
Mozambique
Mexico
São Tomé and Prícipe
Ethiopia
Russia
Greece
Dominican Republic
Gabon
Barbados
Peru
Oman
Denmark
Qatar
Paraguay
Bahamas
Marshall Islands
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Albania
Côto d’lvoire
Afghanistan
Mauritania
Micronesia
France
Finland
Djibouti
Algeria
Canada
Comoros
Lebanon
Mongolia
Ireland
Haiti
Cameroon
St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Bolivia
Netherlands
Armenia
Slovenia
Colombia
Sri Lanka
Seychelles
Congo
North Macedonia
Côte d’lvoire
Andorra
Mauritania
Solomon Islands
Syria
Sweden
Sudan
Brunei
United States of America
Mauritius
Israel
Cabo Verde
Grenadines
Nicaragua
Bolivia
São Tomé and Prícipe
Saudi Arabia
Egypt
San Marino
Algeria
Yemen
Oman
Iran
Syria
Kenya
Slovakia
Equatorial Guinea
Malawi
Monaco
Côte d’lvoire
Norway
Luxembourg
Singapore
China
Bhutan
Eswatini
Burkin Faso
Zambia
Nauru
Belarus
Sweden
Sri Lanka
Suriname
Zimbabwe
Burundi
Dominican Republic
Cuba
Vatican
Switzerland
Tunisia
Austria
Morocco
Kyrgyzstan
Cameroon
Palestine
Paraguay
Belgium
Netherlands
Costa Rica
Guinea-Bissau
Chad
Djibouti
Jordan
Vanuatu
Lebanon
Philippines
Senegal
Guatemala
Namibia
Uganda
Dominica
Uzbekistan
Montenegro
Poland
Greece
Kyrgyzstan
Oman
Turkey
Botswana
Ecuador
Thailand
San Marino
Republic Of Serbia
Belarus
Moldova
Kiribati
Somalia
Haiti
eSwatini
Niger
Chile
Iraq
Vanuatu
Togo
Turkmenistan
Guine-Bissau
Seychelles
Bahrain
Vietnam
Iceland
Paraguay
Germany
Fiji
Angola
São Tomé and Prícipe
Ukraine
Central African Republic
Suriname
Tuvalu
United Kingdom
Antigua and Barbuda
Jamaica
Nauru
Malaysia
Chad
Liechtenstein
Brunei
Lithuania
Czechia
Belgium
Slovakia
Tonga
Hungary
Qatar
Kyrgyzstan
Oman
Turkey
Botswana
Ecuador
Thailand
San Marino
Serbia
Ukraine
Central African Republic
Albania
France
El Salvador
Panama
Papua New Guinea
Turkmenistan
Eritrea
Guinea-Bissau
Costa Rica
Jamaica
Finland
Guinea
Somoa
Tanzania
Benin
Trinidad and Tobago
New Zealand
Venezuela
Israel
Equatorial Guinea
Vanuatu
Gabon
Uganda
Zambia
Liberia
Kuwait
St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Thailand
San Marino
Spain
Guyana
Andorra
Slovenia
Honduras
Lithuania
Azerbaijan
Belgium
Denmark
Russia
Namibia
Burkina Faso
Sierra Leone
Suriname
Cabo Verde (Cape Verde)
Vatican City
Madagascar
Gambia (or The Gambia)
Croatia
Taiwan
Seychelles
Marshall Islands
Vietnam
The Bahamas
Libya
Peru
Tajikistan
Norway
Guatemala
Montenegro
Sri Lanka
Japan
Australia
Saudi Arabia
Nigeria
Oman
Botswana
Monaco

How to play Globle

To play Globle, start with guessing any country. You’ll then get a colour match for that country. The deeper the colour, the closer you are. After a couple of guesses you will slowly be able to narrow down the answer. A good tip is to pick larger countries that share borders with other countries. You can clear large sections of the map this way.

That’s all you need to know about today’s Globle puzzle. For more puzzle-based goodness, check out hints for Wordle and Framed. Elsewhere we have an article on 10 games to look forward to in 2022.

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