I tend to use KGeography myself. There is something oddly satisfying about knowing African nations. You can watch an old episode of Carmen San Diego and feel like a God.
I've personally learned all of my geography from actual historical content, so I eat shit whenever it comes to half of the african cunts/island ones.
Interesting hobby, I think I will adopt it. One day I was drawing maps, copying the lines very well. I like the idea of having the planet in my mind. After drawing southeast Asia the next day I drew a fantasy continent and it looked so cool. Wish I still had it, I possibly have thrown out the notebook it was in. I just remembered there was a really cool placename for worldbuilding in my dream last night, I wanted to remember it but I forgot. It was probably one of the coolest combination of syllables possible.
Thing I'll draw a map of my city. I'll also choose an unrelated city to draw so I can post it without doxxing myself.
Jetpunk is pretty good. An almost inexhaustable supply of different quizzes. I've memorized all countries and their capitals, some European countries' states/provinces and a load more. Brute force memorisation where you just keep doing the quiz over and over again works and is satisfying, but it's pretty tiring in a short space of time.
Just got a 39 percent at about 4 minutes 30 seconds for Europe. American education at work. 😎
europeans would probably do equally bad for american states.
I mean I'm american and pretty shit at the states. It's easy on the west coast where they're all big and geometric but the east coast his a million little states all bunched into each other. Like all those micro nations in europe.
there's history in europe where you can figure out some stuff with common sense, like hungary bordering austria, czechia bordering slovakia, poland and lithuania etc