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Internet Where's Wally

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Like the Where's Wally books, but free on the internet. Just find Wally, that's it. Your computer friends could make the game more exciting by planting Wally on sites all over the world. The game ends when you get to the end of the internet.
lubbit, Jun 14 2001

The End http://www.1112.net/lastpage.html
[lubbit, Jun 14 2001]

The End http://www.google.c...Bof+the+internet%22
... and the end, and the end, and the last page, and the end, and the very end, and ... [egnor, Jun 14 2001, last modified Oct 04 2004]

(?) Where's Waldo-Text Version http://students.vas...ff/waldo/waldo.html
[Little_Crow, Apr 11 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]

(?) The End http://www.1112.net/lastpage.html
[lubbit, Oct 04 2004]

(?) http://www.halfbakery.com/idea/ Lets you track you money as it moves around the world. [neilp, Oct 04 2004]


       In the US, "Where's Wally" is marketed as "Where's Waldo". (I have no idea why the difference.)
egnor, Jun 14 2001

       Sorry, but I'd rather play Pac-Man
DonutBox, Apr 11 2002

       Good lord it's been a long time since I posted here.
Where's Wally has already made it to the internet, albeit in text form.
Little_Crow, Apr 11 2002

       Where's Osama !
neilp, Jul 19 2003

       there is a website called where is willy or something to that effect. i found this out when i recieved a 5 dollar bill at where i work if you have found the bill you say where you found it at the website same concept
stinkycheese, Feb 24 2004

       Ah, [cliff_dood], finally, someone I can mock. I've found Waldo in every book written. Even the last page of (crap, what was it called?!) the yellow book. The one that was called, "The World of Waldos". He's the one with the missing shoe. But he has a red striped sock. This makes me think that he's gay, which would be a good reason to hide from some people.
ghillie, Feb 24 2004


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