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Retro-inspired text adventure puts a twist on using Wikipedia

Reading Wikipedia just got a whole lot more fun. A new game called "Wikipedia: The text adventure" helps you navigate and learn more about the world using a clever modification of the online knowledge database's API. You can start your journey with a suggested location or choose your own, and from there on the game dynamically generates options of places to explore. SEE ALSO: Someone already made a Wikipedia page for 'Trump orb' For example, I started with my home state of Maharashtra in India.
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