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US Largest Cities


First choose the number of cities by typing ‘100’, ‘250’, ‘500’, ‘1k’, ‘2.5k’, ‘5k’ or ’10k’ – then try to achieve the highest population among the top US cities you chose.  Quiz is not timed.

hugequiz Premium users have the option to choose any number of cities to play the quiz with (stats are processed but score isn’t saved). Simply enter #(number of cities)# to play the quiz with any number of cities from 25 to the maximum. For example, to play the 300 largest cities, type #300# to begin the quiz and you will play it with the 300 largest cities. Entering #all# will play it with all cities – all cities will also be chosen for any number chosen above the total.

Enter # of cities (100, 250, 500, 1k, 2.5k, 5k, or '10k')
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1 year ago

This was the bomb, highly recommend to all

2 years ago

Hi, Is there a way we could pause and SAVE the game? I mean whenever the computer crashes during a twelve-hour session…

2 years ago

This is starting to tick me off… At the 2500 level, there is one yellow dot in northern Lower Michigan, around the area of Pellston, Petoskey and Traverse City, but it isn’t any of those three.

This is ticking me off because I am a native Michigander.

2 years ago
Reply to  darin

Yeah, I know about the inclusion of my home State’s Charter Townships — the city directly North of my hometown is a Charter Township.

4 years ago

The city immediately to the south of the city I live in has more than 25,000 people, but has been guessed less than 13% of the time on the 10K level.

6 years ago

I don’t believe this… but Detroit, Michigan actually gained population.

2016: around 650,000 (data from Detroit Historical Museum)
2018: around 673,000

6 years ago
Reply to  Ovamiat

That is incredibly surprising, considering they haven’t gained population since the 1950s, and they are nearly at 1/3 of the population they used to be.

6 years ago
Reply to  quidditch

Tell me about it! It’s kinda cool to see that, though, especially since I live in Metro Detroit.

6 years ago
Reply to  Ovamiat

Downtown development is booming, and townhouses along the east riverfront can’t be built fast enough. You can still buy a house in the outer neighborhoods for pennies, but a 2 bedroom within walking distance to Comerica Park will run you half a million.

4 years ago
Reply to  Ovamiat

US Census Data is giving me this:
Detroit 2016: 676,883
Detroit 2018: 672,662

10 years ago

Always a favorite, brother. Way to go!

Boe Walker
10 years ago

Nice Work Darin!

10 years ago

Yep, congrats to Darin – great idea to go independent. 🙂

10 years ago

Congrats to Darin on this cool new site. Lovin’ my favorite quiz ^^^^ as always! Can’t wait to check out all the others in their new home!

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