Sam Caplat · May 27, 2011 at 03:00 am

Think You Know Your Flags? Test it With Quizz Flag

Do you ever find yourself coming across country-flags occasionally and thinking to yourself, “I wonder what country that’s representing”? I know I do. Sometimes I even come across a collection of them in one place, recognise most of them, but get caught out with at least one. Well, here at XDA we may have found a solution to help you brush up on those flag skills.

XDA member kcpdev brings us a game that he likes to call Quizz Flag. What’s the aim of the game? You’re presented with a flag and you must choose between four possible answers. There is also a highscore system, if you want to play against friends of family. Not only that, but the app is provided free, not only with a QR code but on the Market, too.

Now excuse me, but I’m going to go and play this for several hours. Head on over to the original thread if you’d like to do the same.

 


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