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Can you pick the 60 cities as you travel around the world on a journey with Phileas Fogg and Passepartout?
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Phileas Fogg, along with Passepartout, are embarking on a new journey around the world – this one in just 60 clicks. Want to join them? Click 'ABSOLUTELY!'
Fogg and Passepartout are trying to win a 3 million pound bet. They need a geographical genius to help them. Is that you? Click 'HECK YEAH!'
They will be given clues that direct them to their next city. You must solve the clues. Understand? Click 'I'M NOT DUMB!'
On October 2, they depart London via hot-air balloon, finding a clue carved in the balloon's basket: 'Go to La Ville-Lumière... the City of Light.'
At the City of Light, a street mime silently acts out their next clue: At 4:03 pm, buy first-class rail tickets (with the dinner option) to the capital of Switzerland.
In Switzerland, they are approached by a blind clockmaker who hands them a phone. A mechanical voice intones: 'Go to the city that hosted the 1972 Summer Olympics.'
Upon arrival, a cabaret singer sporting a pink eye patch slips them a note that reads: 'Find your next clue in the Czech Republic's largest city, the one on the Vltava River.'
A legless beggar on the Charles Bridge says in a Polish accent: 'Hurry! Get to the capital of the country where Lech Walesa started Solidarity!'
After they enjoy a quick nap at the Polonia Palace, a bellman emerges from under their bed: 'Go to VIKE... that's an anagram for an Eastern European capital.'
A pigeon flies off the roof of the Zoloti Vorota station and drops this message into Passepartout's hat: 'Find your way to the city formerly known as Leningrad.'
A voice from inside the statue of Peter the Great instructs Fogg and Passepartout to go to the Mongolian city with five A's in its name.
A Buddhist monk with a parakeet perched on his shoulder chants: 'Gooo tooo the city in Chinaaa that shaaares its naaaame with the firrrrst wooord of aaaa dooog breeed.'
As Fogg and Passepartout board a rickshaw, the driver remarks casually: 'THONG SONG rhymes along with the next place you belong.'
Morse code from a Kowloon sewer clicks out: 'Make your way to capital of the country where Kim Jong-un succeeded his father as supreme leader.'
A soldier hands Fogg a bullet. Rolled inside is this clue:
Go to _ O _ YO in the country of _ A _ A _
A Sumo wrestler exits a toilet stall and writes on the bathroom mirror in talcum powder: 'You need TO PEE (code for Taiwan's capital).'
A tea-leaf reader confronts Fogg at the Shilin Night Market. She writes on his hand: 'U' should go to 'Z' largest City in the Philippines. Remember: U and Z City.
A truck passes by on Katipunan Avenue. Spray painted on its side is what appears to be a scrambled word: AKAJART
A vendor at the Gelora Bung Karno football stadium sells Fogg a scarf stitched with: 'Australian city of famed opera house.'
Outside the opera house, a soprano sings: 'To get your next clue...here's what to do...a nearby country is 'New'...its biggest city is for you.'
At Kelly Tarlton's Underwater World, a red-bellied piranha swims around an 'anchor' clutching a sign in its teeth: Alaska
Sarah Palin, disguised as a moose, says: 'You can see your next destination from my house. Not Russia - the host city of the 2010 Winter Olympics.'
On the marquee of the Vogue Theater, red letters spell out: 'Alberta capital that starts with the first name of Johnny Carson's long-time sidekick.'
A woman in an Oilers jersey drops a briefcase at Fogg's feet and murmurs: 'Numbers equal letters.' In the briefcase is a sheet of paper with: 12. 1.
A voice-over announcer on the Walk of Fame observes: 'What Happens There, Stays There. You can 'bet' on that.'
At the blackjack table, an Elvis impersonator tells Fogg: 'I'll be all shook up if you don't go to my Graceland home.'
A Graceland groundkeeper informs the globehopping pair: 'I should mow lawn. You should Motown.'
A hare krishna at Metro Airport hands Passepartout a pamphlet............and a 'Big Apple.'
At the base of the Statue of Liberty, a jittery souvenir seller in a fake beard mutters, 'O...hi...O........Go to city with the, uh, airport code CLE.'
A British tourist leaving the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame winks at Fogg. 'CAPITAL day in the U.S. of A., isn't it?' He winks again. 'Just CAPITAL!'
Inside the Smithsonian, a Mickey Mouse mannequin comes to life as Fogg and Passepartout pass by: 'Your next clue is in my favorite Florida city.'
Between puffs of a cigarello outside the Magic Kingdom, an obviously intoxicated Cinderella stammers: 'I'm from the city where Golden Girls was set. You should visit.'
F & P pop into Mango's for a Singapore Sling. The bartender urges them to try a 'Bahama' Mama instead. 'It was created in that island country's largest city.'
A peg-legged pirate hobbles up to them on the Prince George Wharf. 'Treasure awaits in the city where Gloria Estefan and Andy Garcia were born.'
A treasure chest in the Museum of the Revolution contains a map with an 'X' on a Jamaican city.
A dreadlocked Rastafarian stops to tie his shoe. 'Yeah, mon, Fogg mon. I like 'Port' wine, mon, and 'Prince' music, mon. I like them both together, mon.'
As Fogg finishes an order of fish soup, he finds these words glazed into the bowl: Central American capital city that shares its name with its country and the bordering gulf.
A ship captain strolling the pier nods at F & P. 'My brother Bo got a nice place in Colombia...I said Bo got a.....oh never mind.'
At the Hard Rock in Atlantis Plaza, a man in lederhosen says: 'Have you ever noticed the first letters of phrases, Like In My Accordion?'
At the Jorge Chávez Airport, a stewardess sings to them: 'Do Re Mi Fa So La Ti Do...one begins the city where you want to go...and La is the one just so you know.'
A professor, with a buzzing hearing aid, shouts: 'YOU SHOULD GO FOR A B.A. IN ARGENTINA. HEAR ME? B! A! ARGENTINA!'
A boy, bouncing a soccer ball on his head, suggests they: 'Check out the capital of the country that has won the most World Cups. By the way, my favorite player is Pele.'
Receiving a 100 reais banknote in change for a coxinha, Fogg notices this on the bill: 'Batman has one. Superman has one. Go to the South African city that has one.'
Atop Table Mountain, a hiker sneezes, sending his toupee into Passepartout's bike basket. The toupee's lining reads: 'What city in Kenya begins with 3 of these 4 letters: HAIR?'
A Karen Blixen Museum vixen drops a handkerchief in her wake. Fogg finds this embroidered in it: 'Ethiopia. A-squared.'
A hirsute man missing an ear grabs Fogg and hisses, 'Listen carefully: Sue. Dan. Car. Tomb....Sue. Dan. Car. Tomb.''
A street urchin grabs Passepartout's pant leg and shrieks, 'Azig! Azig!' Snatching the boy, a dog catcher barks, 'Don't listen to him. He's dyslexic.'
A shiek driving a Cadillac brakes next to Fogg. 'Combine these two in their prefix form: THREE and MANY.'
A bottle washes up as Fogg and Passepartout soak their feet in the Mediterranean. The bottle contains a note that says 'Tunisia contains your next city.'
Standing at the airport, a scarfaced chauffeur holds a sign: 'Fogg Advisory: Plato's Academy and Aristotle's Lyceum.'
Olive Olividus, an olive vendor, implores Fogg to 'Follow this clue to a T: Go to the capital of Albania.'
A little girl in a pink dress makes F & P an offer they can't refuse: 'Travel to the capital of the Italian province where the Godfather, Vito Coleone, was born.'
In a Sicilian boutique, a shop girl whispers urgently to Fogg: 'Don't be a dope! Forget the soap on a rope! You must lope to the Pope!'
The Pope himself awaits them at the airport. 'It would be a sin,' he informs the two, 'if you didn't visit the Uffizi Gallery.'
Inside the Uffizi, a curator at 'The Birth of Venus' tells Fogg: 'This is not a watercolor, but you want the City of Water.'
Gazing into the Grand Canal from a gondola, Passepartout spies a scuba diver displaying a sign: 'French city famed for film festival.'
Fogg and Passepartout are led by a nun into a cinema showing a documentary on the renowned Spanish soccer club of Diego Maradona, Ronaldinho, and Lionel Messi.
A matador announces: 'There's no time for bull. Combine the synonyms for ANGRY and DISCARD.'
A prostitute in Canalejas Square forces a copy of 'Moby Dick' onto Fogg, beseeching him to read it. The novel's first line: 'Call me the capital of Portugal.'
A drunken sailor stumbles up to them, stridently slurring, 'Quick! Get running to the Running of the Bulls city!'
A man races past, pursued by a bull. 'Don't be sleaux! Geaux to France's wine capital!'
In the rue Sainte-Catherine, a vintner states: 'Your next city is hidden in this sentence: 'Send a card if Friday is her birthday.'
Gruff Rhys sings in Welsh:
'Return the city where Big Ben sounds
and you will win 3 million pounds!'
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Jun 8th, 2012 at 11:11 GMT
Prostitutes urging you to read the works of Herman Melville. I'll take your word for it ;)
Jun 8th, 2012 at 11:38 GMT
Nice quiz, but the Nairobi-question also applies to Cairo. I went wrong there.
Jun 8th, 2012 at 11:42 GMT
this quiz is like the prefixes for 'with', 'three', and 'Victory in Europe Day' ... CON TRI VED. or maybe like the last 3 letters of the capital of Pakistan. Kind of fun concept, but not up to your typical stellar standadrs.
Jun 8th, 2012 at 13:43 GMT
Also, Cape Town is not the 'real' capital of South Africa. And Palermo is misspelled. Otherwise, fun quiz.
Jun 8th, 2012 at 14:11 GMT
There are a lot of fun clues but I am surprised the Buddhist monk called Lhasa 'the city in China'.
Jun 8th, 2012 at 15:21 GMT
Nice job. creative and unique.
Jun 8th, 2012 at 17:31 GMT
Great idea, a whole load more fun than most geography quizzes.
Jun 8th, 2012 at 18:14 GMT
Great quiz. I had a lot of fun playing at this one
Jun 8th, 2012 at 19:41 GMT
Could someone please explain the Los Angeles clue?
Jun 8th, 2012 at 20:41 GMT
12 - L is the twelfth letter. 1 - A is the first letter. L.A. Get it?
Jun 9th, 2012 at 00:31 GMT
This quiz was amazing and I hope you do a sequel.
Jun 9th, 2012 at 01:49 GMT
@briskt: got it. Thanks =)
Jun 9th, 2012 at 08:07 GMT
Couldn't the Nairobi clue also work for Khartoum (HAR)? I got that one wrong.
Jun 9th, 2012 at 14:17 GMT
So easy :) A harder one next perhaps? ;)
Jun 10th, 2012 at 15:48 GMT
Any quiz with an intoxicated Cinderella is going to be fun.
Jun 10th, 2012 at 20:37 GMT
Started off fun but got a bit boring after a while.
Jun 10th, 2012 at 21:06 GMT
This is the most fun I've had playing a quiz on Sporcle in a long time. Fun questions covering a large range of topics, and a clever twist on the usual quiz format. Fantastic, 5 globes!
Jun 12th, 2012 at 09:21 GMT
I got three bonus cities.
Jun 14th, 2012 at 00:17 GMT
That was fun!
Game published: Jun 21st, 2012 at 04:03 GMT
Jun 21st, 2012 at 04:11 GMT
I don't understand how this one is publish worthy. Only 3.8 rating and many of the clues are inane.
Jun 21st, 2012 at 04:28 GMT
I have to agree with Jonesjeffum. Some of the clues were a little absurd and/or random, or had the answer within them (e.g. "Cardiff").
Jun 21st, 2012 at 04:31 GMT
It was fun, although I don't get the clue for Los Angeles.
Jun 21st, 2012 at 04:48 GMT
What the Christ was that?
Jun 21st, 2012 at 04:55 GMT
Yeah, the clues are way too obvious.
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Jun 21st, 2012 at 04:56 GMT
For your Nairobi question, shouldn't Khartoum apply as well?
Jun 21st, 2012 at 05:04 GMT
Loved it. Took me twice to get them all as I went wrong on a few clues that applied to multiple answers (i.e first 3 letters of "HAIR" applies to Khartoum), but loved the idea.
Jun 21st, 2012 at 05:14 GMT
I didn't realize that Jules Verne had dumps like a truck. (Truck, truck.)
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Jun 21st, 2012 at 05:16 GMT
random, and hard
Jun 21st, 2012 at 05:32 GMT
It's the city of Tripoli not Tri- Poly- as the clue suggests. Poli coming from the plural of the Greek polis (city). Poly- (also Greek) is many. If you're going to have dumb clues at least check some facts.
Jun 21st, 2012 at 05:42 GMT
@People... 12. 1. = L. A. when "Numbers equal letters." And no, Khartoum is not in Kenya
Jun 21st, 2012 at 05:46 GMT
So much fun and so creative! Please make more!!
Jun 21st, 2012 at 07:05 GMT
I disagree with many commenters - I found this quiz very fun, and while some clues were pretty easy, others definitely had me stumped! I thought it was a refreshing approach and look forward to the next one.
Jun 21st, 2012 at 08:05 GMT
Shouldnt it be around the world in 80 clicks
Jun 21st, 2012 at 09:55 GMT
This was fun, although some of the clues were quite easy. Good job!
Jun 21st, 2012 at 12:09 GMT
Great idea for a quiz!!! I agree that there are some errors, but I really enjoyed trying to figure out clues that are very original.
Jun 21st, 2012 at 12:12 GMT
The idea was creative, but the execution was too easy. It got kinda boring with 'hints' that practically said, "Click on Riyadh. That's RIYADH!"
Jun 21st, 2012 at 12:36 GMT
How is it that only 98.8% of people got "I'm Not Dumb!"? Does that mean that the other 1.2% are idiots?
Jun 21st, 2012 at 12:56 GMT
There should be a mine after: "Make your way to capital of the country where Kim Jong-Un succeeded his father as dear leader". That way when you click the correct answer, BOOM! You're detained. :)
Jun 21st, 2012 at 13:19 GMT
i thought this game was fun and challenging! great job!
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Jun 21st, 2012 at 13:53 GMT
Lhasa is in Tibet, not China.
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