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Interesting stuff

...on serious topics that don't fit anywhere else at present.
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Alan H
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Re: Interesting stuff

#121 Post by Alan H » June 25th, 2014, 10:04 am

Latest post of the previous page:

Dave B wrote:Not exactly full of clues from the few I tried - guessing games don't do much for me.
Hmmm...I suppose if it's a featureless road somewhere then it is just guesswork, but the couple I tried had houses and other features and it was interesting to try to work out at least what part of the world it was in.
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Re: Interesting stuff

#122 Post by Dave B » June 25th, 2014, 10:13 am

Alan H wrote:
Dave B wrote:Not exactly full of clues from the few I tried - guessing games don't do much for me.
Hmmm...I suppose if it's a featureless road somewhere then it is just guesswork, but the couple I tried had houses and other features and it was interesting to try to work out at least what part of the world it was in.
Hmm, but the first picture I got was of a road with red soil and nondescript plants next to it. Could be anywhere, I went for central Australia and it was somewhere in S. America!

No, think I'll stick to games where the clues are there, even if subtle and requiring good observation and analysis, and don't require an extensive knowledge of geology or botany.
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