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Where Am I? Street View Game

Android Puzzle
Offers in-app purchases ($0.00)
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5 years

since last update

1 year

since last review


We've re-written the app into our brand new, bigger and better version: Where Am I Again? Street View Geo Game available here in the Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.inquisitum.waia&hl=en_GB. Download it now!!

Where Am I? Street View Geo Game uses Google Maps and Street View to place you in a city / town somewhere in the world. Where Am I? Street View Geo Game is the next generation of geography game. Use the Street View navigation functionality in game to move around the city and identify your location to progress to the next level in this geography challenge game. This unique game is a combination of a geography game and a brain teaser. Now with 175 levels! And if you're stuck somewhere we can provide a hint to progress.

Visit famous landmarks around the world, plus some not so famous (just to tease you!). You can either guess your location or take your time to walk through the streets of the city to discover where you are and progress through the game.

This game uses the geo functionality in Google Maps and Google Street View to find different geo locations and to display these famous cities. Now you can take your geo guessing game to your Android device.

With 175 levels, you have to guess right to progress to the next game level (in the style of 4 pics 1 word).

And the latest version now has hints enabled to give you a little help when you're stuck somewhere you can't get out of!

Please note: an internet connection is required. And we request location information to provide hints. If you turn off location services on your device then hints will be disabled.

Issue: apologies for anyone who has had the issue with level 88 showing a blank screen (unfortunately I'm in the hands of Google Street View). This level is Gibraltar, so if you have a problem just enter this to progress. Again, sorry for the problem.