London Metro Memory Tube game becomes commuter hit: How many can you name?

24 October 2023, 09:02 | Updated: 24 October 2023, 09:19

Test your knowledge of the London tube map with this viral game.
Test your knowledge of the London tube map with this viral game. Picture: london.metro-memory.com

By Ana Truesdale

Do you know your Mudchute from your Waterloo? This viral game tests how many tube stations you can name from memory.

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A game testing how well you know London tube stations has gone viral. The aim of the game is to name every station from memory.

Appropriately titled ‘London Tube Map Memory Game’, you can play the game on the website here. It was made by map afficionado Benjamin Tran Dinh and it tests your knowledge of all the nooks and crannies of London's Tube network.

It’s no easy feat. There are 416 stations tube stations for you to remember. Of course, Oxford Circus is one everyone will know but there are lots of stations that are off the beaten path.

You could always cheat – but where’s the fun in that?

How many tube stations can you name from memory?
How many tube stations can you name from memory? Picture: london.metro-memory.com

The website tracks your progress, so you can close the tab and come back to it later whenever you like. When you have a moment in your day, you can pop back to it and slowly fill it in.

Once you type a station name in, it fills in the colour on the map making it a really satisfying experience.

You can also track how well you know each line individually.

When you complete a Tube line (I managed to finish the oh-so-difficult Waterloo & City line), the game rewards you with a little explosion of little Tube symbols.

Only the most dedicated Tube fans will be able to name them all.

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