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1 Anagrammed Landmarks in UK
In this quiz, rearrange the words in either of the two anagrams, to find a well known place or landmark in UK.
Difficult
10 Q
delboy22
Nov 14 07
2208 plays
2 A Chemical Tourist
Eloise has written the itinerary for her coming trip in code, by listing the elements whose symbols spell out each country she plans to visit. Can you figure out where she is going from her list and some information about the destination?
Easy
10 Q
looney_tunes
Feb 10 12
1185 plays
3 Countries and Islands Missing Letters
For my homework I wrote down 20 countries / islands on a piece of paper using my fountain pen. Unfortunately only a word of 4 consecutive letters remained as the ink smudged. Using additional letter(s), complete the words.
Average
20 Q
Inquizition
Nov 25 04
10854 plays
4 The Wild World of Capital Punishment
For this quiz, start by finding a hidden four letter word (there will be a clue). That word is made using the first two letters of a capital, and two from the country. There will also be a hint to the country in the clue. Example in each question.
Tough
10 Q
salami_swami
Jun 25 12
315 plays
5 All You Need Is a Beach
Does life have you down? Has it been a long day, week, month, or year? Perhaps all you need is a beach! In every question, I've hidden the name of either a beach or a place known for its beaches. Can you find them all?
Average
10 Q
CellarDoor
May 18 13
228 plays
6 Countries in Fractured Form
Try to identify the ten countries given in fractured form.
Average
10 Q
zorba_scank
Jan 15 09
6657 plays
7 The Other 25 Fractured States
Thanks to crisw for creating fractured quizzes. I give you a state's name in fractured form. For example: Collar raw dough=Colorado. You type in the name. Spelling counts.
Easy
25 Q
robynraymer
Oct 08 01
43449 plays
8 Capital Cities By Definitions Part One
Each question has two or more word definitions. Just join the answers together to come up with the name of a capital city - some answers are literal and others phonetic. UK English is used where there may be occasional differences.
Average
10 Q
Midget40
Nov 16 09
1233 plays
9 Fractured States
Thanks again to crisw for the original Fractured Fairy Tales quiz. I give you a state's name in fractured form, like Minnie's soda for Minnesota. You type in the name. Send me special state info and I'll add it.
Easy
25 Q
robynraymer
Oct 05 01
34350 plays
10 What In The Wide World Is That?
This is a bit of a puzzler. You have some excerpts and photos from a well-travelled diary. Each excerpt contains an anagram in capital letters. You need to work out what our traveller has seen. Are you up for it?
Tough
10 Q
suomy
Jul 07 13
1002 plays
11 European Capital Anagrams
Each word or phrase is an anagram of a European capital. Good luck!
Average
15 Q
minch
May 21 00
15429 plays
12 Capital Cities By Definitions Part Two
Each question has two or more word definitions. Just join the answers together to come up with the name of a capital city - some answers are literal and others phonetic. UK English is used where there may be occasional differences.
Average
10 Q
Midget40
Nov 17 09
1128 plays
13 Fracturing Europe!
Europe is an extremely diverse continent with a plethora of languages and cultures. I hope you enjoy this, my third fractured quiz!
Easy
10 Q
jonnowales
Nov 18 07
5976 plays
14 Vowel-less Asian Capitals
Here are ten Asian capitals minus their vowels. Just insert the correct vowels to make the correct city. (e.g. TKY becomes TOKYO). Check the hints for letter counts.
Average
10 Q
ozzz2002
Sep 30 13
384 plays
15 Geographical Malaprops
Join tourist Mal Aprop as he travels the globe and misnames numerous geographical features. Perhaps you can point out his humorous errors.
Average
10 Q
Wizzid
Sep 20 11
1728 plays
16 Find the Hidden Rivers
No, they're not underground but the names of some rivers are hidden in the sentences of this quiz. Can you find them?
Easy
10 Q
CmdrK
Feb 19 14
465 plays
17 Hidden Canadian Cities
In this quiz, there are ten Canadian cities waiting to be found. Do you think you can find them?
Easy
10 Q
dcpddc478
Jan 16 14
450 plays
18 Capitals of the Americas Anagrams
More capital's anagrams. This time the capitals are in countries in North, South and Central America.
Average
10 Q
minch
Jun 01 00
7053 plays
19 More State Capital Anagrams
Here are another ten phrases that can be anagrammed into state capitals. Can you get them all? Good luck!
Average
10 Q
minch
May 20 00
10512 plays
20 U.S. State Capital Anagrams
The two words in each question are an anagram of a state capital. Can you unscramble them?
Average
10 Q
minch
May 14 00
19020 plays
21 Where Did I Hide These U.S. States?
There is a U.S. state hiding in each sentence. Can you find them?
Easy
10 Q
dcpddc478
Nov 24 13
816 plays
22 Up and About in Europe
Corporal Slag has just returned from an enjoyable holiday in Europe. Can you solve this mixed bag of puzzles to identify the cities visited by him?
Easy
10 Q
zorba_scank
Mar 02 13
972 plays
23 Cook's Tours of the Pacific - New Zealand
This part of the voyage takes an imaginary tour around New Zealand. The diary excerpts point to major towns or cities in modern-day New Zealand. Each excerpt includes an anagram. Can you work out the names of these places?
Average
10 Q
suomy
Jul 20 10
429 plays
24 Fractured State Capital Cities
I give you a state capital's name in fractured form. You type in the correct name. Example: Sack crumb minnow=Sacramento (California's capital). Don't include the state name--only the city!
Average
25 Q
robynraymer
Dec 15 01
16806 plays
25 USA Cities By Definitions
Each question has two or more word definitions. Just join the answers together to come up with the name of a US city - some answers are literal and others phonetic. UK English is used where there may be occasional differences.
Average
10 Q
Midget40
Nov 23 09
1098 plays
26 Anagrams of US States and Capitals - Part Two
Part two of the anagrammed US States and Capitals. Rearrange the letters in the anagram to give a US state and its capital. Answers are CAPITAL followed by STATE, with a space between, and NO punctuation.
Average
10 Q
delboy22
Dec 15 07
1389 plays
27 USA States By Definitions
Each question has two or more word definitions. Just join the answers together to come up with the name of a US state - some answers are literal and others phonetic. UK English is used where there may be occasional differences.
Easy
10 Q
Midget40
Nov 30 09
1185 plays
28 Elementary Geography
In this quiz, you'll have to find ten place names that consist only of symbols for chemical elements. Have fun.
Average
10 Q
JanIQ
Jul 10 12
963 plays
29 English Counties By Definitions
Each question has two or more word definitions. Just join the answers together to come up with the name of an English county - some answers are literal and others phonetic. UK English is used where there may be occasional differences.
Average
10 Q
Midget40
Dec 30 09
489 plays
30 Fractured Islands of the World (2)
A fractured quiz on some of the major islands and island groups of the world. Do NOT type the word "island" or "islands" in your answer. For example if the clue was "Sole Oman", you'd answer "Solomon". Best of luck.
Average
15 Q
Triviaballer
Nov 21 05
3003 plays
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Last Updated Aug 20 14 11:03 AM


Some sample questions from this category:

* Come back Roy, we need you to help save the Empire State.
* When visiting the Beehive State, be sure to prepare for all kinds of weather. Be sure to bring your sunhat, umbrella and jacket.
* Forget the eggnog. Eros (aka Cupid) will put couples under the mistletoe at Christmas time in the Beaver State.
* Ada vented her frustration after losing her life savings playing Roulette, while her husband flirted with the black jack dealer here.
* Maryanne enjoyed a sax etude during an evening concert in the Lone Star State.


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