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Reviews for "Real American Test"

it doesn't make any sense

What a challenging test. Bravo to you for making it!

As a U.S. citizen I kind of question the 51st state one, it would be nice, but it's not one (last I heard they didn't want to be one). Though technically a state is just a country, and the U.S. is just 50 countries joined together. So as long as Puerto Rico fits the definition of a country it would technically be a state, along with any other U.S. territory that also fit.

Either way I liked the message, I've been saying the same thing for years.
I loved some of the wrong answers you used, they were funny.

Munguia responds:

Thanks for comment and play, The phrase "51st state" can be used in a positive sense, meaning that a region or territory is so aligned, supportive, and conducive with the United States, that it is like a U.S. state. It can also be used in a pejorative sense, meaning an area or region is perceived to be under excessive USA cultural or military influence or control

this little test was all false there are only 50 states in the u.s. for starters.

Munguia responds:

The phrase "51st state" can be used in a positive sense, meaning that a region or territory is so aligned, supportive, and conducive with the United States, that it is like a U.S. state. It can also be used in a pejorative sense, meaning an area or region is perceived to be under excessive USA cultural or military influence or control. if you dont know now you know

Thank to God, i just hope all the "americans", come on, you are United Statians (just a joke, we all are Newgrounders here) can take the fact that everyone in the continent is from America, also i thinked that the most populated city was Ciudad de Mexico, the reason im writhing this in my 3rd language(is my excuse for the grammar) is that the first only is valid in my country(spoken by 90%, unless you are a rich kid), the second still will have a lot of errors(espaƱol), im just ramblim here, i want to see more of you, seriusly you make good games, and sorry for the english.