Wikiracing is a game using the online encyclopedia Wikipedia qui Focuses is traversing links from one page to Reviews another.      It has Many different variations and names, Including The Wikipedia Game , Wikipedia Maze , Wikispeedia , Wikiwars , Wikipedia Ball, and Litner Ball .  External websites have been created to facilitate the game. 
The Seattle Times has a good education for children  and the Larchmont Gazette has said, “While I do not know any teenagers who would curl up with an encyclopedia for a good read Reading it in the process of playing the Wikipedia Game “. 
The Amazing Wiki Race has been an event at the TechOlympics  and the Yale Freshman Olympics . 
The average number of links separating the Wikipedia page from the United Kingdom is 3.67. Other common houserules such as not using the United States page increase the difficulty of the game. 
Wikiracing has 2 different variations.
The first is Commonly Known As Wikispeed in the qui participants compete to reach the finish page (previously concurred upon) Within a limited time. The first that reaches the final page within the time limit is crowned the winner. 
The second is regarded as Wiki where participants race to reach the final page with the certain amount of clicks.
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