Note: This product is an experiment that Code for America does not actively maintain. This page is kept active as a record of the project.

Click That Hood challenges players to quickly identify various neighborhoods of a city. The game began with a clickable map of just one city, but now includes a growing list of 86 different locations across 11 countries, through an open source community.

Click That Hood is a game based on open data, built by Code for Americas 2013 Louisville fellowship team. You pick a city, then get a challenge to identify the polygon of a named neighborhood. The 'easy' version offers only a limited number of options; the 'hard' has you selecting from all neighborhoods. I tried Chicago (where I went to school) and didn't do too badly. The best thing about this game? There's a blank tile to add your own city!

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