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Country Boggle

Can you find the country names hidden in this grid?
Words can be formed by connecting adjacent titles: horizontal, vertical, or diagonal
The same letter can only be used once per word
Quiz by Geoguy
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Last updated: June 10, 2014
First submittedJune 5, 2014
Times taken37,127
Rating4.12
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H
A
C
H
A
E
I
T
Y
I
D
C
R
L
A
N
S
E
E
M
D
I
P
G
R
O
R
A
L
A
U
S
T
A
U
Country
Australia
Austria
Chad
China
Germany
Greece
Country
Iceland
India
Ireland
Italy
Mali
Malta
Country
Oman
Palau
Romania
Somalia
Spain
Thailand
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level ∞
Jun 9, 2014
Out of curiosity, can anyone find a way to squeeze more than 17 countries into a 6x6 grid? Not counting abbreviations, of course.
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level ∞
Jun 10, 2014
18, haha.
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level 49
Jun 19, 2014
Challenge accepted! Hmm... Okay, here's Country Boggle (ThirdParty Edition) with 26 countries.
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level 60
May 26, 2015
Count me in on getting 18 for World Capitals!
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level 60
Jul 27, 2018
I got 18 for European Cities
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level 77
Jun 10, 2014
Somalia is in the grid.
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level 73
Jun 10, 2014
yep. agreed
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level 62
Jun 10, 2014
I also agree, will fix!
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level 1
Aug 12, 2016
add poland and georgia
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level 60
Jul 27, 2018
Neither of those can be found
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level 72
Jun 10, 2014
Thanks for adding Somalia. You need to add another box for the answers. If you name all except Somalia, you think you are done and wonder why the quiz doesn't terminate.
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level ∞
Jun 10, 2014
Added!
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level 80
Jun 19, 2014
Brilliant quiz. More, please!
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level 19
Jun 19, 2014
I also see Trinidad.
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level 63
Jun 19, 2014
The rules say, "The same letter can only be used once per word." I think to get Trinidad, you've have to use the same "D" twice.
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level 60
Aug 16, 2016
Plus there's the hole thing about "Trinidad" not being a country.
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level 20
Nov 26, 2017
what
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level 63
Feb 4, 2019
Well the name is Trinidad and Tobago
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level 49
Jun 19, 2014
The first answer I entered is Thailand (my home), and I also convicted that there will be any "-land" countries as well. But I can't figure out anything end with land rather than Thailand until time was up. lol
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level 20
Nov 26, 2017
there's iceland and ireland
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level 63
Jun 19, 2014
Great idea. More.
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level 53
Jun 19, 2014
If only Bananagrams could somehow be incorporated into a countries quiz.
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level 55
Jun 19, 2014
Brilliant quiz. Gladly welcome more
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level 32
Jun 19, 2014
Such a cool idea.
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level 63
Jun 20, 2014
Huh. No countries from the Americas
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level 38
Jul 15, 2014
I saw the name Margaret
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level 21
Jun 25, 2016
And I saw Thatch, but missing the er.
+8
level 67
Aug 12, 2016
Can't say I'm missing 'er.
+2
level 61
Aug 22, 2016
^ why i love jetpunk
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level 72
Aug 12, 2016
I bombed this one because I couldn't stop myself from seeing all of the other words in here (like Hitler...).
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level 59
Aug 12, 2016
Good quiz!
+2
level 26
Aug 13, 2016
Russia?
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level 27
Aug 15, 2016
some countries can be found in the quiz but it cant be accepted :(
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level 42
Jan 23, 2017
Like Eritrea
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level 79
May 6, 2018
Eritrea requires you to use the same "R" twice, which is against the rules.
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level 18
Aug 15, 2016
Ecuador and Haiti?
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level 23
Apr 11, 2019
Nope and nope
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level 42
Jan 23, 2017
Eritrea is in the grid but it won't accept it.
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level 80
Feb 21, 2017
I think that involves re-using an R against the rules.
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level 42
Mar 4, 2017
No, there's plenty of Rs in the grid
+2
level 63
Feb 4, 2019
Catlover it is not about using th e letters on the grid. But it must be one continuous line. (Maybe the % are skewed if people did that, much easier and takes a lot less time to see if it fits..)
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level 63
Mar 15, 2017
Chile is in the grid...
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level 25
Aug 22, 2017
no its not.. there are TWO C's in the grid. Neither can spell CHILE without skipping squares to do so
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level 25
May 29, 2017
what about Portugal
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level 62
Jun 26, 2017
So many commenters who clearly haven't read the rules of the game!
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level 59
Sep 19, 2017
haiti ?
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level 42
Nov 25, 2017
What about Canada?
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level 67
Nov 25, 2017
I fail at Boggle, probably because the last time I played it was eight years ago in first grade. (Did I ever play it? IDK)
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level 59
Apr 19, 2018
Iran is certainly in it. I think Uganda is too
+2
level 79
May 6, 2018
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level 52
Jun 1, 2018
Poland, Armenia?
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level 39
Dec 28, 2018
Canada and Yemen r there
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level 77
Jun 27, 2019
The only Y has no adjacent E. The only N has only 1 adjacent A.
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level 28
Mar 17, 2019
Senegal?
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level 77
Jun 27, 2019
Neither of the 2 S's has an adjacent E.
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level 47
Apr 9, 2019
Samoa?
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level 77
Jun 27, 2019
No, there's only one O, and no A adjacent to it.