Geografika

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Feb 9, 2008

Geografika by Urza at 10:26 PM (983 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. Urza
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    Member Urza hi

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    Geografika
    Geography trivia
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    A very nice looking geography trivia game released by MorganDS. See the features and controls below for more info.

    [title:Features and controls]Features:
    -300 questions over: locations of cities, countries, monuments, and physical features; capitals; landlocked countries; borders; areas; and maps.
    -Adventure mode: travel to 15 cities around the world where each quiz gets more difficult.
    -Quiz mode: 3 difficulties of 20 question random quizzes.
    -Library: view photos and information on places and countries around the world. Also includes a fully scrollable simplified world map.
    -Save system to save your progress.

    Controls:
    -Touchscreen- navigate menus, select answer
    -A- select menu option
    -B- go back to previous menu
    -L/R- change text color

    Other info:
    In adventure mode, the goal is to progress from city to city. In order to get to the next city, score at least a B on the quiz. If you score an A, you will unlock more places and countries in the library. Progress is automatically saved after each quiz.

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  2. noONE

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    Could be pretty fun [​IMG]
    going to try out.
     
  3. test84

    Member test84 GBAtemp's last ninja 2.

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    nice release.
     
  4. PBC

    Member PBC What!? I can change this??

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    This homebrew's destiny is to be ignored by american students everywhere. Hoorah for geocentricism.
     

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