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6/28/2017 – Ads and Google surveys are gone! Hopefully not to return…also I’m migrating to HTTPS so that should fix some location-based geo quizzes. High scores may not work properly during this process, shouldn’t take more than a day or two.
Pick a 100K+ population world city to start, then in 15 minutes ‘travel’ to the highest population of 100K+ world cities without going over 100,000 km. SEE NOTES ON NAMING BELOW.
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NOTES: Distances are by great circle. NAMING NOTES – Use LOWER CASE and NO PUNCTUATION. Many cities will either require another city to be typed in first (ie Lima & Limassol) or have a similar named city in another country. TO GET AROUND THIS: for shorter named cities that are the same as the beginning of a longer city’s name, type a “.” at the end of the short city’s name…i.e. to answer Lima, Peru, you will need to type “lima.” – this prevents Lima from answering Limassol, Cyprus. For cities in multiple countries, type the city name followed by the FIRST TWO LETTER of the country’s english name – USE “US” for the US and “UK” for the UK. So, to answer San Jose, Costa Rica, type “sanjoseco”. FOR CITIES IN MULTIPLE US STATES, type the city name followed by state abbr, i.e. “springfieldmo”. ONE CITY in California has a identically named city in Canada, to answer the one in California, add “usca” instead of just “ca” to the end. ONE CITY not in the US exists twice in the same country, to answer this type in the city name followed by the first two letters of the country for the one on the main continent, and the first two letters of the department of that country for the one on the other continent. THERE ARE A GOOD NUMBER OF CITIES needing one of these two solutions to get the name entered.