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Brainteasers and Puzzles: Around the World in 80 Seconds

The goal is to answer the questions correctly so you can go on vacation with the little geography professor who is running the game.
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It might take you more than 80 seconds to get around the world when you play this game. It depends on how well you know the flags of different countries, or can figure out the clues that are given. The clues come in several categories ranging from easy to hard. It also has two levels of play. The goal is to answer the questions correctly so you can go on vacation with the little geography professor who is running the game. When you pick the correct flag, there is a little description of it and what its colors mean. Hope you get to go on vacation soon.

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