You creaked by me, with 48/50 and an average of 5 miles. We had a wooden
puzzle of the US when I was a kid, but that was a long time ago. I'm
surprised I did as well as I did. If it was one state at a time on a
blank slate, I don't think I'd do well at all. And putting countries on
a globe? Forget about it.
A lot depends on which state you draw first. Once you get rolling it
is pretty easy but trying to get Tennessee or Colorado exactly in the
right place on a blank map isn't easy. There seems to be a little
wiggle room but at about 25-30 miles off, they ding you.
On 10/3/2012 1:01 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I didn't try it but once so don't know but I presume the order is
randomized each time...I got CO as first but then most had some clue to
aid afterwards and very few were so blind thereafter...
If the logic were a little more clever in selecting the order to
maximize the number that have to be placed w/o another reference I
suspect the scores could be made much higher on average error/lower on
percentages located "exactly"... :)
Here's a really good one:
You have to identify CITIES around the world!
Then there's the Middle East, which includes part of Africa:
This one is a lot tougher than it looks. Unfortunately, you're not scored
on your performance.
I didn't figure out how to make the game work.
Think you mean "fare well", or "fare average".
Yep, Smitty, we're all iliderat.
Christopher A. Young
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I only tried it once. Nothing to brag about, but I think I would fair
at least average.
Ok. So I may not know the difference between fare and fair, but I did
manage to play the game. :)
For some reason, the link I provided was not the direct link to the
Try this one:
On Mon, 1 Oct 2012 17:53:08 -0400, "Stormin Mormon"
BTW. For younger people, I wish the puzzle had the option of going
thru the pieces to get to the ones you know before having to place the
ones you are less sure of.
On Mon, 1 Oct 2012 18:15:38 -0400, "Stormin Mormon"
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