Wie is de Mol? – Cheats&Hack

By | January 22, 2023


The Who is the Mole? app is a game in which you bet points on the candidates you suspect of the television program Wie is de Mol? The aim is to unmask the Mole and score as many points as possible. This can be played individually or in a group with, for example, friends / colleagues / family / (sports) team or other acquaintances. You can play along with a Google account or you can register via email.

The focus of the game is on suspecting your Mole(s). You start with 100 points. Every week you bet your points on the candidate(s) you find suspicious. Will your mole(s) stay in the game? Then your points will be doubled! If you have bet a part on the candidate who drops out, you lose those points. If you have bet all points on the loser, you have lost all your points. So think strategically and play tactically!

Experience the WIDM app:

– Bet points on your mole(s) and try to double your bet
– Create pool(s) and compete against friends
– View national suspicions of candidates
– Follow the latest Wie is de Mol? news

From Saturday 7 January at 8.30 pm at AVROTROS on NPO 1.

The application can only be used in the Netherlands, England, Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Switzerland and Austria.

The focus of the game is on suspecting your Mole(s). You start with 100 points. Every week you bet your points on the candidate(s) you find suspicious. Will your mole(s) stay in the game? Then your points will be doubled! If you have bet a part on the candidate who drops out, you lose those points. If you have bet all points on the loser, you have lost all your points. So think strategically and play tactically!

Experience the WIDM app:

– Bet points on your mole(s) and try to double your bet
– Create pool(s) and compete against friends
– View national suspicions of candidates
– Follow the latest Wie is de Mol? news

From Saturday 1 January at 8.30 pm at AVROTROS on NPO 1.

The application can only be used in the Netherlands, England, Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Switzerland and Austria.