Latest Release:
2/2/2020
Version: 7.2
Price: Free
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Fifteen 

  • Average Rating: 4 stars
  • Created by: Rusty o Junk
  • Submitted by: Charter Member Rusty O Junk
  • Start at:  Play Anywhere
  • Location: n/a
  • Play Time: Less than 1 hour
  • Date Added: 4/10/2013 5:41 AM
  • Last Updated: 2/2/2020 5:38 PM
  • Downloads: 7187
  • Completions: 47

This wherigo is a simple puzzle that can be easily solved in the field but a pencil and paper may be helpful. The playing field is divided into 9 squares arranged in a 3 X 3 grid. There are 9 number items in the game numbered 1 through 9. As you start 2 of the numbers are already placed into the grid. The other 7 numbers are in your inventory. Your job is to place the correct number into the correct box in the grid. Instructions are in the cartridge under TASKS in the main screen.

About This Cartridge

This cartridge may be played for geocaches in several states. As the cartridge starts you choose from a list of states with wherigo geocaches included in the cartridge. Upon completion of the puzzle you will be given the GC number and coordinates for the associated geocache in that state and none other. For another state you may restart and play the cartridge again.

Not all states are included in the cartridge. If you would like to add your state to the cartridge visit this webpage. (visit link)

A map and list of states currently in the cartridge may be found here. (visit link)

 

Starting Location

This is a play anywhere cartridge. It requires an open space of about 200 foot square. Parking lots, parks, fields all work well. Start the cartridge when you are standing in the center and the grid will be created around you. 

Recent Cartridge Logs:

Groundspeak Premium Member SpockProf played it on 12/12/2019

Rating: 3 stars

Utah version

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Found Fifteen - Utah
Yesterday I struck out finding waypoints for a multicache. After two visits and inspections of the designated trees without success I gave up on it. Since I was in s park with plenty of open space I ran this Whereigo there. It took way more space to do than I expected. Glad I had a lot of room to myself.

This morning I made the stop for the cache. Tricky little bugger given the bouncy GPS and where it was hiding. Cache container is in good condition. Log looks like a dropped replacement. Thank you for the Whereigo.

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Groundspeak Premium Member Goldfinch wrote a note for it on 12/5/2019

Rating: 5 stars

Today I found my 10th cache in this series, adding Georgia. I have now completed; Hawaii, Florida, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Nevada, Tennessee, Kentucky, Alaska and Georgia.

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Groundspeak Premium Member Ed2Ed played it on 9/28/2018

Rating: 4 stars


Enjoyed the concept...a new type of WiG for us. We chose to play on a State Park parking lot in Delaware and then travel to Wilmington to collect the final. Nicely done ūüėÄ

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Groundspeak Premium Member 5beatriff wrote a note for it on 9/8/2018

Rating: 2 stars


Tried twice with the Garmin Oregon 450 and gave up.

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Groundspeak Premium Member mm&i played it on 7/30/2018

Rating: 3 stars

Playing on a Garmin Oregon 400t is an exercise in futility. The program routinely hung up from 1 to 5 minutes, while I was standing in each square. In one instance, I waited 10 minutes before declaring the GPS frozen and pulling the batteries. After 1+ hour of trying all of the tricks mentioned by "cd.cuts" in their log dated 5/6/2018, plus a few tricks of my own, I was barely able to place 4 numbers. That includes the two numbers given by the program at startup. Then the delays became longer and the freezes more common. I'm not a quitter, but this issue had me beat.

If the cartridge had worked on my unit, then I am sure that I would've been happily done with it in 10-15 minutes and then given a 5‚ėÖ review. My experience was a 0‚ėÖ. I averaged them to a 3‚ėÖ. Hopefully the CO will find a way to solve this Oregon problem.

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