Discussion in 'Picture Threads Archive' started by aronnax, Oct 31, 2010.
Countries recognizing Kosovo.
Polar bear populations?
Good guess, I second. Polar bears live by water, correct?
I'm gonna go ahead and guess fishing activity.
Oh yes that's right. Let's see...
EDIT: Gosh, I really don't know. Some kind of alliance, or confederation?
I was going to guess fishing markets, but there's a lot of landlocked countries there...
You're right according to http://www.kosovothanksyou.com/!?!
Yeah.. thats correct, its the international recognition of Kosovo.
You got it. Faster than I expected. I was predicting answers relating solely to deteriorating ice sheets.
Also good job!
I've got one:
Shouldn't be too hard.
People living in public housing?
Related, but no.
It's the Human Development Index, right?
Not that hard when 'HumanDevelopment' is used as the filename.
Bad map quality, but whatever.
Highest number of Illegal garbage dumps
From the color, something to do with poo.
Some mineral resource?
Like the guesses, but not even close.
There are some heavily populated countries there. Perhaps something to do with housing?
Difficult one. I can't find anything that can connect Great Britain and Iceland with Madagascar and Afghanistan. It doesn't seem to have something to do with religion, longevity (Japan and Afghanistan in the same group) or economy (again - Japan and Afghanistan together). Also producing drugs do not apply (Iceland?) or multiculture. The key is to find the connection between Afghanistan and Japan/GB IMO.
I got two maps in one post -- two! -- and I got ninja'd to posting the next map.
I was up in Northern Quebec this summer and saw a map with similar block patterns.
Is it... Risk? I think the countries in dark are all tiles in Risk. But... well I can't place Russia then. Nor what's the Congo in risk.
But... but... those maps only got posted because I guessed the map before it and then got ninja'd trying to post my map.
Yeah you're right. Darker countries are territories in all versions of Risk, lighter are different in some versions (Ukraine/Russia and Central Africa/Congo). You go!
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