I love these types
they make my day better
In each group, you need to find a valid answer to the current category and every category above it within that group.
In your case you were looking for "Countries in Africa ending in A with a population over 20 million".
Good quiz though
Could be wrong though
English can be extremely annoying sometimes...
great idea, thank you so much, i enjoyed greatly
However if we don't use a standard (in this case the Countries of the World quiz) then there's a debate for many other countries as to what should and shouldn't count.
There is already a sequel here: Countries #2
I have others planned as well, but they take a long time to make!
But, the capital of Luxembourg is Luxembourg City. That, obviously ends in a "Y". Maybe add a line in the intro saying you don't count the 'city' bit. Great quiz otherwise
I think it should.
Currently there's only 3 Countries ones and a U.S. States version. I plan on making more though!
I think it would be even better if you got most points for the last answer in each category - which is obviously the hardest
We want more, sir! :D
but here's mine.
I couldn't figure out the answer to orange, so when I had five seconds left I randomly tried Oman while consciously thinking that it wouldn't work, I don't even know what the capital of Oman is. It worked :)
You have a "block" which is like a table, this is as tall as it needs to be, and you can only place tables next to each (not above or below).
Inside a "block" you have rows and columns forming cells.
This means, what you want to do, is to move the blue and white categories under the green and red. This can be done by, adding a row to the bottom of the green and red, and then dragging each row of the blue categories to the bottom of the green, and then each row of the white to the bottom of the red.
You will then have to recreate the headers (labelling "white" and "blue" categories) and then perhaps add a single row with "borders" style = 0 (to add a spacer as I have above).
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