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Rivers of Asia

Rivers of Asia

EC created by Doffa, 6 years ago in Geography

Find some of the longer rivers and tributaries in Asia and European Russia.

Tags asia, longest, rivers

This game has 23 questions

Comments (14)

toriemcbride

toriemcbride

I can't play that game

1 year ago

slaaty

slaaty

This game is featured in the current tournament at Not About Speed, consisting of less than perfectly rated games, which may deserve better.

3 years ago

Mr. Thick

Mr. Thick

Thank you Doffa, with these game, my students will have fun learning in these tournament:

http://www.purposegames.com/group/1st-eso/tournament/1793

3 years ago

Ashgabat

Ashgabat

Er well the Dnieper shouldn't be inthis game since it's in Europe, same with the Volga and the Kama

5 years ago

mickeymouse

mickeymouse

nice game :-)

6 years ago

geodude

geodude

great game How did you get that map?

6 years ago

Doffa

Doffa

No the river is the Lower Tunguska, the Angara river departs from the Yenisey further south. Both those rivers have similar discharge, but I included the Tunguska because it is significantly longer than the Angara.

6 years ago

pingpongman95

pingpongman95

The river u call Lower Tunguska is actually the Angara River; together the Yenisey and Angara rivers form the 5th longest river system in the world. Good game though ;)

6 years ago

Doffa

Doffa

Fixed that miss too.

6 years ago

Beltenebros

Beltenebros

The river you called Don is in reality Dnieper (both in Europe)

6 years ago