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Circular Cutouts from a World Map

If someone took a cookie cutter to a map of the world, the result might look like this. For each image, name any country that is included in the circle.
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Quiz by dug28
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Last updated: March 20, 2020
First submittedJanuary 1, 2020
Times taken1,483
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+5
level 78
Jan 1, 2020
Fun!
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level 44
Jan 1, 2020
Great idea, thank you
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level 73
Jan 1, 2020
Love it :)
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level 61
Mar 20, 2020
great quiz! But maybe add more time?
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level 68
Mar 20, 2020
There's a little more time now. :)
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level 72
Mar 20, 2020
Great idea-- I like these zoomed in versions better than the large rings. Two thoughts:

-I think it'd be more fun to have to guess every country within the ring. I don't think it has to turn green, but just requiring more than a single answer.
-Can you make a randomized version? Or does that involve too much work?
Nice job!
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level 83
Mar 20, 2020
I think the idea is just to recognise where in the world the circle comes from. Typing one country is quite enough to show that, that's what makes it fun. Plenty of quizzes where you get to type type type too.
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level 66
Mar 20, 2020
It looks like somebody got another well-deserved feature!
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level 66
Mar 21, 2020
Thanks for making this scroll automatically! It should be a standard feature. Chad, russia and brazil were tough. Managed to get everything but one, but stressed the last 30-40 seconds ha ha
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level 62
Mar 23, 2020
Nice quiz! I'm just wondering though, how to you get the pictures to this quiz and also with the cartoons versions of US states and countries?
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level 68
Mar 23, 2020
Thanks! I use a combination of photoshop, wikimedia commons, and ultra-fine sharpie on white paper. :)