Anton Wallén's deviously simple puzzle game GeoGuessr is here to destroy your day, one stretch of scenic forest road at a time. Similar to Pursued, GeoGuessr uses Google Maps to take you to different locations, lets you look around, and then tells you to put a pin on the world map to guess where you are. Click and drag to look around you, and click the arrows to move forward or back. Use the mouse scroll wheel to zoom in on the map in the upper-right corner, and click to place your pin. Take your time. Your score is determined by how far away from the actual location your guess was... and it's harder than you'd think, since you're often not given any famous landmarks, and sometimes you'll have to look very, very hard for any clues as to what part of the world you might be in. One forest looks like another, for example, but what language is that road sign in? Are those people wearing any distinctive clothes? Is that a kangaroo in the distance? As hard as it can sometimes be, however, it's also remarkably addictive, and showcases some of the more surprising sights of the world even as it tests your knowledge and deductive skills.