Disclaimer: This is a game that places you in a random Google Street View location in the world and you have to guess where you are. If that doesn't sound interesting to you, exit out immediately.
I've been playing GeoGuessr for a little while now, but it wasn't until yesterday that I finally reached a level of delusion and narcissism where I decided to start recording myself playing and posting it online for 12-30 people to watch past the halfway point. I'm far from GeoWizard (my favorite YouTuber/GeoGuessr athlete) when it comes to skill, intelligence, and general likability, but I've been improving a lot during quarantine and, to be as blunt as possible, I'm kind of a fucking beast at the game at times (when I'm hot, I'm hot). Here's a compilation video of some of the “highlights” of last night's session, but you can scroll below and test yourself based on still images of where I was in each round.
*I noticed “Sfax” in small font on the truck I zoomed in on
*Place names that end in "gang" are common in this country
*Pay close attention the hue of the vegetation and style of fence
*I got zero points on this round, which is almost more impressive than getting a perfect score