bthylafh wrote:It's surprisingly fun, having to do this detective work. 'Hmm... non-US road markings, red soil, don't recognize the trees, satellite dish pointing northward, sign in English... South Africa?'
just brew it! wrote:Even the "road in the middle of nowhere" ones tend to have identifiable markings if you just move up/down the road a bit. I haven't hit one yet where you couldn't find signs of civilization by wandering for a couple of minutes.
FireGryphon wrote:To get the scores some of 'ya'all are getting while guessing .1 or .2 km from the correct location, how on Earth are 'ya doing it?
Captain Ned wrote:To my mind the game would be greatly enhanced by adding a single score metric, namely points earned per hour (or minute). You can get that close but only by spending lots of time looking around. The first time I tried it I didn't spend more than 5 minutes on a single search and still ended up around 17,000. Forget the overall point total and go for time efficiency.
Ethyriel wrote:To get that 32k score, I was within 5 meters on each one.
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 6 guests