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GeoEdu, the new Game based on the worldwide geography now exceeds 100.000 questions. The new version is now available allowing you to get questions in 3 levels of difficulty, based on your country of residence and the continents you know best.
There is also an updated version of the Atlas with more details on Indonesia for example.
GeoEdu is a software developed by Benoit Kaisin, a Belgian software specialist and world traveller. Benoit Kaisin explains "As a circumnavigator having travelled and seen so much of the world since 1997, my objective was to create a game that would allow virtually everybody to enjoy learning more about geography while having fun".
"I also developed GeoEdu to appeal to the educational establishments as well as the family environment".
GeoEdu includes a brand new Atlas with interactive maps and details for each territory including the capital, the flag, the land and water borders, the length of the coasts, the population from 2000 to 2008, the official language(s), the internet and country code, the currency, their international organizations, the driving side and much more.
GeoEdu is also a Game offering up to 104.927 questions on the worldwide geography. The game doesn't impose a limit of time to respond but rather gives the player the possibility to either give a direct answer or to be helped by clues and/or choose up to 4 multiple choices (3, 6, 9 or 12 answers) to give an answer. Having answered, the player views his score and the detailed data for the territory which allows him to learn more before answering more questions.
The Game can be tested free of charge for North, Central and South America. A code can be purchased on line for the price of US $10 or € 8,25 or the currency of your choice. The code gives you access to all the continents and all the options of the game.
The Atlas is free.