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Reviews for "Real American Test"

Well, I'm not american, so it was pretty easy. Sorry USA, for the rest of the world "America" is the continent, not just you.

Anybody educated knows that North America and South America are 2 separate continents. Not 1! Just because they share a part of the name doesn't make it so. Puerto Rico is NOT a state, it's a territory. The only question that you have correct, that would include North America, is that it was built on immigrants. There's NO denying that. Everything else is biased. Don't get me wrong. I'm not prejudice. I accept all races. No matter the color, we are all human. However, I can't help but wonder if this is just in retaliation to Trump. This just seems like a cry for cultural acceptance than a game. Just as such, you can't change the rules to suit your own needs.
I strongly believe that you're a talented artist. However, I can't support you on this.

Munguia responds:

In 1492 Spain came to this land and named it America after Americo Vespucci, then in 1607 England came too, What you know as America or the Americas is a translate given name. Why is so hard for some USA citizens accept we got the same continent?, even if they belive they are no prejudice. Any educated person from many american countries belives what i belive, it seems like only one country in this continent belives like you do.

Oh my god I'm so bad at this. In my defense I'm not from America... I dig the music, it was trippy

It was pretty good. Nothing too special, but I loved that I had to switch my point of view from United States of America to North and South America as a whole. After I got the first question wrong, I understood. After that, it was just a test to see how much one really knows about both South and North America (most of this test favored South America, so I thought that was interesting). Surprisingly, I still managed to get 16 right on my first try, so not too shabby. Could've been better.

Munguia responds:

Thanks for the comment, must of the times everything favored North America, after all we got a lot in common as americans

The end statement "We are all American" conflates too much I feel. There's that demonstrates that that says "I am not American even though I live in America..." (Canadian song). Amerigo Vespucci merely got his name plastered on there and all of a sudden two completely differently cultured continents are named in one conflated term. Nice game utilizing that though, but I don't think it's a very scholarly idea.