How I learned the United States with Collectible Geography Games.
"United States Tiles" is a free online knowledge level game, used to study the US States, by interacting.
Point and click an empty state to reveal it.
A short flash tile game for desktop computers, laptops and tablets,
which may be played in the web browser. The geography knowledge board include 48
hidden states, 2 revealed, flags and abbreviation.
Part of the Interactive World Maps educational tools.
This fun education multimedia may answer the following questions:
How many states do US have?
What are the flag of United States?
Which is the biggest state of United States of America?
Which is the smallest state of United States of America?
How do US states rank by total area?
How can I learn all the 50 states by having fun?
Where is Texas state situated?
Where is Michigan state situated?
Where is New York state situated?
How many states border Kentucky state?
How many states border Alaska state?
What is the funniest way to memorize the US states?
What is the easioets way to learn US postal codes?
Where to find U. S. state ANSI codes?
How to play United States Tiles.
There are all the 50 US States in grey color, numbered by total land area. Just click a number to reveal the state name and flag. Do it for all 48 active states. Simple as that. The board is designed for fun study and not for testing knowledge. Why it is easier to find a state position
with this app? If you need to type North Carolina to search its location, this is 14 key hits. Assuming a possible mistakes to type it again, there are 28 hits. Besides, keys are on different places. Assuming average probability, you will need to click just 24 times to find North Carolina
randomly in this multimedia.
Know the location of all United States of America.
Winning the game rewards +1 Knowledge Level on Planeta 42.
The download version(bottom of the page) include an executable file for Windows OS with local levels only.
Here is a gameplay movie on YouTube.
Included in the game states and flags are: