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The globaldevelopment food game (Browser)

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the globaldevelopment food game can be described as an educational food trivia game where the player needs to score as many points as possible. It is divided into three rounds, with a highscore calculated at the end of each one. Every round must be completed in one minute.

In the first round, titled "Where does the world's food come from?", the player needs to select the top three producers of a food commodity from a list of ten countries. After making three choices, no matter if they are correct or not, a new random commodity will appear with another set of countries, and the questions will continue until the timer runs out. Round two ("Where are undernourishment rates highest?") has sets of six countries pop one at a time. The player needs to arrange the countries according to their undernourishment rates, from highest to lowest. The final round is a string of multiple choice questions with answers shown as pictures. Therefore, figuring out what the images actually represent may add a layer of difficulty to the challenge.

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The globaldevelopment food game Browser That was a lucky and funny guess.
The globaldevelopment food game Browser Round one - instructions.
The globaldevelopment food game Browser Stereotypes worked against me here.
The globaldevelopment food game Browser Canada is trying to conquer the world with lentils.

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CalaisianMindthief (4512) added The globaldevelopment food game (Browser) on Mar 14, 2014