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States of the USA by Shape (1/4)

States of the USA by Shape (1/4)

created by equestenebrarum, 7 years ago in Geography

The author did not add any description for this game.

Tags America, north, states, united, usa

This game has 12 questions

Comments (13)

alexguti

alexguti

patata

2 years ago

slaaty

slaaty

Featured at the "we try harder" tourney @ Not About Speed

3 years ago

paulfunI

paulfunI

Try these games about the US. Or this one. Maybe this one? I think you'll like this game or this one!

3 years ago

equestenebrarum

equestenebrarum

Would definitely be simpler. ;-)

4 years ago

RihannaNavy4Life

RihannaNavy4Life

Very good game, but maybe the correct size would be better.

4 years ago

equestenebrarum

equestenebrarum

@danielgomes, _all_ maps are distorted. In what way depends on the map projection you use.

5 years ago

danielgomes

danielgomes

colorado is more retangular, and wyoming is more squared.

5 years ago

RonaldDerGrosse

RonaldDerGrosse

Kudos to all these games. If there was a possibility I'd rate them all a 10 on shape alone!

7 years ago

equestenebrarum

equestenebrarum

Not today ... but you may have Europe too, yes :)

7 years ago

tickman

tickman

Actually, you can tell the Dakotas apart easily given a decent enough outline. Colorado and Wyoming would be a bit more difficult.

Also, besides position, the lack of size context makes this a very nice game.

I see you've got 2 of 4 out already. Any plans for say, "Countries of Europe by shape" or the like?

7 years ago