Friday, May 01, 2009

do you know where?...

Back in 2006, my friend PT introduced me to this game.

A black and white map of the world. When you press "start", the name of 20 various countries come up one by one, you need to click onto the correct country within several seconds to get points. Everytime you click the wrong country or run out of time, it minuses points, then it moves onto the next country. When you go through the random 20, it gives you your score.

When I first tried the game, I got 22 out of 100 (I think 100 is the most points you can get)...sucky!

You can actually study by clicking onto various countries before pressing start.

So, everyday, I try to play this game about 2 or 3 times and nearly 3 years later...I got this rare score. (Of course I took a photo of the screen, no one would believe me, right??)

If you have some time to kill, or want to know where Togo is, check out this game.

Another week flew by, have a nice weekend!

10 comments:

2kamuela47 said...

This is hard I barely got 20. Have a great weekend Kat!

K and S said...

Hope you keep trying Laura :)

Take care.
Kat

Debinhawaii said...

Oh my I just got 23. (And I think at least 2 were lucky guesses!) I need work! Lots of work!

K and S said...

I was amazed at how many places I didn't know Deb! Have fun!

Take care.
Kat

Lori said...

Great link, I'm totally addicted! 99 is amazing!!

K and S said...

Thanks Lori, it is addicting isn't it??

Take care.
Kat

Rowena... said...

In your comment I thought you were referring to the Traveler IQ Challenge on Tripadvisor where you have to place the city! Theirs gives you the game in living color, which sorta helps in finding it easier(?) Check it out!

K and S said...

Thanks Rowena, I'll check them out :)

Take care.
Kat

manju said...

I played that game a long time ago, while we were still in Germany but forgot about it until now. That's some dedication to play it every day... awesome score! I'm going to check out that link now...

K and S said...

never got a score like that after that photo Manju, hope you were luckier!

Take care.
Kat