We are all aware of Geogusser correct? That popular internet game from 2013 where you are given a picture of a location on earth and need to pinpoint it on the map? It’s a very simple yet fun premise that makes a popular comeback every few years or so. I’ve never been able to really get into GeoGuessr myself as I was raised with the American School System and thus have no sense of geography. What I do know things about however is video games.
Game designers spend years of their lives constructing intricate worlds that are often not given more than a cursory glance by gamers. Some among us, though memorize these worlds like they were our own and know every single inch of them. As such, it’s no surprise that some gamers have taken the concept of GeoGuessr and applied it to these video game worlds.
Unfortunately it’s often hard to find these GeoGuessr clones because Google is near unusable nowadays so the only way to find any of these are individual posts on reddit. Because that can often be difficult to do as well I am putting together a list of websites for this trend similar to the Heardle list I made last year.
Before I list all of these though, massive credit needs to go toward a specific team: Lostgamer.io. This team has put together EIGHT different video game GeoGuessrs so far and are currently developing more. Their love of video game worlds is vast and you should all follow them on Twitter before reading through this list
Below you will find a list of games with available GeoGuessrs, links to their websites, and credits to the people who made them. In cases where a single game has multiple GeoGuessrs I have made sure to list them all as while there may be only slight differences between them, those slight differences can mean the world to some people.
Breath of the Wild GeoGuessr by Lostgamer.io. A GeoGuessr for Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. This Guessr features a multiplayer mode as well as an always updating leaderboard of high scores.
HyruleGuessr by Nimarzel. A GeoGuessr for Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. This Guessr features several challenge modes as well as a ranked mode with a leaderboard.
Cyberpunk 2077 Geoguesser by COMIC. A GeoGuessr for Night City from CD Project Red’s Cyberpunk 2077. This Guessr features a custom seed mode to share you exact games with friends
Eorguessr by Pamplemouss this Guessr allows players to guess locations from the world of Eorzea from Final Fantasy XIV. This Guessr allows players to pick and choose if they want locations from A Realm Reborn, Heavensward, Stormblood, Shadowbringers, Endwalker, or any combination of the above.
Elden Ring GeoGuessr by Lostgamer.io. a GeoGuessr for The Land Between from FromSoftware’s Elden Ring. This Guessr features a multiplayer mode as well as an always updating leaderboard of high scores.
Fallout 4 Geogusser by u/gamblor28. A GeoGuessr for Bethesda’s Fallout 4 that features a fun UI where the map actually pops up in the Pip Boy
Fortnite GeoGuessr by Lostgamer.io. a GeoGuessr for Epic Game’s Fortnite that features 27 different maps for players to pin down locations in as well as a multiplayer mode and leaderboard
Genshin Impact GeoGuessr by Lostgamer.io a GeoGuessr for miHoYo’s Genshin Impact and the world of Teyvat. This Guessr features a multiplayer mode as well as an always updating leaderboard for high scores.
Grand Thef Auto V GeoGuessr by Lostgamer.io. A GeoGuessr for Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V. This Guessr features a multi-player mode as well as an always updating leaderboard of high scores.
GTAGuessr by https://twitter.com/gtaguessr. Another Grant Theft Auto V GeoGuessr, however unlike most Guessrs on our list this ine doesn’t give you a 360 degree view of the location, instead you must take a guess based on where Franklin snapped a selfie. It features easy, normal, and hot streak difficulty options. It also features a multiplayer mode.
GTA IV: Guessr by MrKwabs. a GeoGuessr for Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto IV and the world of Liberty City. Currently the Guessr Only has an easy mode option
GTA San Andreas by Lostgamer.io. A GeoGuessr for Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V: San Andreas. This is the most recent GeoGuessr to be developed by Lostgamer.io and like their other has a multiplayer mode as well as an always updating leaderboard of high scores.
Guild Wars 2 GeoGuessr by Matt Elphick. A GeoGuessr for Guild Wars 2 that features a ranked mode as well as leaderboards
Old School Runescape GeoGuessr by Bad Alchemy Studios. A GeoGuessr for Old School Runescape that features over 150 maps, many challenge modes, leaderboards, and even an option between SD and HD graphics. This is one of the best put together GeoGuessrs I’ve ever seen to be blunt
Red Dead Redemption 2 GeoGuessr by Lostgamer.io. a GeoGuessr for Rockstar’s Red Dead Redemption 2. This Guessr features a multiplayer mode as well as an always updating leaderboard of high scores.
Skyrim GeoGuessr by Lostgamer.io. a GeoGuessr for Bethesda’s The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim where you must guess locations from the titular country. This Guessr features a multiplayer mode as well as an always updating leaderboard of high scores.
Sea of Thieves Geogusser by Jerem. A GeoGuessr for Rare’s Sea of Thieves.
World of Warcraft GeoGuessr by Lostgamer.io. a GeoGuessr for Blizzard’s World of Warcraft. This GeoGuessr features over 109 individual maps for players to pin down locations in as well the usual Lostgamer.io multiplayer mode and leaderboards
These are all of the Video Game GeoGuessrs that I’m aware of for now. However I implore you all to comment or send me any that I may have missed. Whether you play one or have made one yourself please tell me and I will add it to this list immediately. My goal for this article is to always have a complete resource of these that people can use at any time so your help would be greatly appreciated