Listed below are all of the games included on the Geo - Globe site. They cover a wide range of geography-related topics, so everyone should find something of interest! Play for five minutes and learn a few quick facts, or spend some time and become a geography whiz.
Do you know where Lesotho is? How about the highest mountain in North America? In Geo - Find, choose one of three skill levels, and try to find the locations of countries, cities, rivers, lakes, and mountains. There are simple map questions for those who are just starting, and challenging puzzles for advanced players.
Geo - Quest is our ten question version of the well-known "twenty questions" type game. Decide which questions you want to ask as you try to discover the "mystery" animals from around the world. Subjects range from well known mammals to more obscure birds and reptiles.
In Geo - Tour, you are given clues which lead you to some of Earth's most interesting landmarks--a "reversing river", ancient cities, the world's deepest lake, immense caverns, and more!
Most people know that the ocean covers approximately 71% of the Earth's surface. But that's about it. (Well, okay, it is widely known that the ocean is wet.) Here's a chance to find out more. In Geo - Seas, you'll follow a maze through the ocean, discovering interesting facts and answering questions about many aspects of this vast body of water.
Why have some wetland plants adapted to conserve water? Why do many plants in the tundra have especially small seeds? In Geo - Adapt, find out how plants have adapted to various habitats all over the world.
Discover what's below--and above--the Earth's surface with this matching game. All the layers of the globe, from the core to the exosphere, are included. Do you know how hot the core is? How thin the crust is? Where the stratosphere is? Geo - Layers helps you find out.
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