Seterra - Learn Geography (2MB)

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Simon.T
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Seterra - Learn Geography (2MB)

#1 Post by Simon.T » Mon Mar 12, 2007 1:47 pm

http://www.wartoft.nu/software/seterra/
Seterra is a challenging geography program with 70 different exercises. Learn about countries, capitals, flags and cities in Africa, Europe, South America, North America, Asia and Australia, using outline map exercises!

Examples of exercises: countries in Europe; American states; American state capitals; French cities; cities in Mexico; countries in Asia, etc, etc...

Seterra runs in Dainsh, Dutch, English, German, French, Italian, Spanish or Swedish. Each exercise has a high score list to keep track of your progress. A colorful and addictive way to learn geography!
Requires Windows 95 or Windows NT (or better). Seterra is freeware.

Version 3.0 was released in December 2006. It includes new exercises on the autonomous communities of Spain, plus a timer to measure how fast you complete the exercises.

Version 2.9 was released in August 2006. New exercises on the provinces of Canada and German Bundesländer.

Version 2.85 was released in June 2006. Montenegro is now included, as well as an exercise on the provinces of China.

Version 2.84 was released in October 2005. It contains corrections of flags (Belarus, Bosnia, Afhganistan, Macedonia and Ethiopia). The new version can also run from a write-protected network disk.

Version 2.83 was released in August 2005. It contains minor corrections.

List all exercises available in Seterra

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note: you got more softwares on http://www.wartoft.nu/software/ (duh!) :P

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#2 Post by AlephX » Tue Mar 13, 2007 1:19 am

Hi Simon!

The application writes settings in the registry (Music/Sound/Language),

but, if you never change the default options, it works as portable...

So, for English speakers who like noisy (sound&music) applications, it is portable...

So, officialy I think it is not portable...
Personally I find it funny, so I like it: thanks!!!

Uniextract (MAINDIR folder), 2,5 Mb on disk
I often ask myself: "What have I to ask myself?"...

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#3 Post by Simon.T » Tue Mar 13, 2007 9:21 am

so I guess that it won't be on the database!?

gee, and to think that I'm actually almost find an "Education" software to TPFC

damn! hope I'll find a software in this category :D (before I die, LOL)

thanks anyway AlephX :wink:

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#4 Post by AlephX » Tue Mar 13, 2007 10:48 pm

I confirm that your feeling is right! :D

Just yesterday I wanted to add this:
http://paulalanfreshney.com/education/pt/

until Andrew informed me that it was not totally portable...
sniff! :cry:
I often ask myself: "What have I to ask myself?"...

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i like it

#5 Post by maxworks » Mon Mar 10, 2008 2:34 pm

i like this thing... and the language programme as well... seems to work as portable for me - but i'm not really experienced in these things (my firewall didn't warn me about registry changes, which i always deny...)

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