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Geosense - Online Geography Competition

Geosense is a one or two player geography based game. Compete against another online opponent to place a city on a world map as quickly and accurately as you can.


Geosense is not very useful if you want to learn geography (Seterra or the Sheppard Software web site are better for this), but once you have learnt it, Geosense can be a fun way to test how good your skills are.


Written December 5, 2006


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10/19/2011 phumza qwesha
hi i need a person to compete in competitions for Geography

10/19/2011 phumza qwesha
hi i need a person to compete in competitions for Geography

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