Learn Geography on Windows 8, 10 with Geomaster Plus App
There are plenty of Geography apps available in the Windows Store for Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 users, and Geomaster Plus is one of the most useful and interesting of them all. Recently launched, it comes with some interesting features. More below.
As a kid, I was mesmerized by maps and I remember that I had a big one of Europe right above my bed. By the age of 12, I already new all the European capitals, the major mountains, rivers and other important geographical locations. And this passion hasn’t disappeared and I’ve learned to download awesome apps on my Windows 8 tablet to learn even more, such as National Geographic’s WorldAtlas or Georama. While searching for interesting new Windows 8 apps, I’ve discovered Geomaster Plus, a really cool Windows 8 geography game for anyone to try out.
Geography becomes fun with this trivia game
Play, learn and become a Master of Geography. The ultimate Geography quiz helps to improve your knowledge in Geography.
With a design that looks really awesome (perhaps that’s why the app has almost 100 megabytes), you will be able to play some great geography quizes to enrich your knowledge. There are many challenges inside the game, such as world capitals, world flags, European cities, US states and cities, Canada provinces and cities, Latin American countries, French provinces and cities, German states and cities, Asian and African countries and others.
The app is available in the English, French, German &and Spanish languages and can be downloaded for free by following the link from below. Throughout the game you will earn points, so do your best to beat the highest score. This geography game can be played on your Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 touch and desktop device, as well as Windows RT. I hope that a future update of the app will bring even more challenges.
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