A very nice geography educational game.
Version: 1.41GeoEdu is an atlas and an educational game that everyone can learn from and enjoy…
License: Free To Try $10.00
Operating System: Mac OS X
You will find all the countries in the world, their dependencies, divisions, islands and all the oceans, seas and gulfs.
GeoEdu allows you to find out hundreds of things that you are interested in, or want to learn about, in just a few clicks.
Visualise the location of the territories on the maps of the continents or the list of territories you are interested in.
More than 90.000 potential questions… You can choose the parameters the way you want. There are 8 types of questions and for each of them you can choose the continents with which you want to play.
You can also choose the types of territories (countries, dependencies, divisions, sub-divisions) and much more….
Over and above the traditional questions Territories, Capitals, Flags, Land and Water borders, Currencies, Code (country, currency, internet) and the driving side, you also have the "Voyage" option which allows you to visually go from one country to the next by crossing the borders or even transplane to another continent via the dependencies or divisions of these countries.
To find the answers, there are always about fifteen available clues. Choosing a clue makes you lose points but will also help you find the right answer.
If you hesitate, in most cases there are 1, 2, 3 or 4 multiple choices available with 3, 6, 9 or 12 possibilities.
For the questions concerning Numbers, there will be no other choice than a multiple one.
GeoEdu keeps all the scores as well as all questions asked and this independently of the user and of the language chosen for the game.
You have a global summary by continent and by type of questions, a summary by continent for all voyages you made and for all the questions you were asked for each territory.
Thanks to the summary tables, see what you know best and what you know less. To improve your scores, just choose to play with the questions for which you had the "worse score".
The answer will always be displayed with statistics regarding the territory concerned.