A game that is played on the website Wikipedia.org. In this game, two or more people go from one Wikipedia page to the other by clicking on the blue highlighted words. The starting and finishing pages are determined by either clicking on the random page option or simply by choosing pages in advance. The winner is determined either by who gets to the finishing page in the shortest amount of time, or by who gets there with the fewest clicks. If one computer is faster or slower than the other, it is more reasonable to decide the winner by number of clicks. You cannot use search or the toolbox list of links. You can only go back if the page hasnt fully loaded or if it is a dead end. It is a good game to play when you are supposed to be working.
Jeff got from Willy Wonka to Optimus prime in only seven clicks! Now that is impressive!

By the time Phil got to Giraffe, Katie was stuck on Norwegian Desserts. She sucks at the Wikipedia Game.
by Breakfastfan April 27, 2010
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A fun game you can challenge others or yourself to: start at any page you want, and try to get to another page only using direct clicking! And you can't press the back button.
When I played the Wikipedia Game I was able to get from World War II to Doughnut by clicking USA => Cuisine of the United States => Dessert => Breakfast => Doughnut. Only 5 clicks!
by Jazzist November 6, 2007
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A game to start on one subject and get to a completley un-related one. This is acheived by clicking only on the links within the page.

You are not allowed to use eithe of the left, or right sidebars, external links.
Hey guys, Wanna play the wikipedia game?
Ok, Lets get from green to McDonalds!!
GO!
by Kev Beer November 6, 2007
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Clicking on "random article" and going from that article to Jesus by only using the links in the text. You have to do it in 6 clicks or less, its based off of the Six Degrees of Separation and seriously if you didnt get it then you screwed up cuz its possible from everything. Also when you are taken to something that isnt specific and lists things that are more specific, then picking one of them is not a click. And if you look at the Contents box and click something, it doesnt count.
Guy: "Dude I jus got from Bethesda, Ohio to Jesus in 4 clicks in the wikipedia game!"
Other guy: "...do you want a cookie?"
by captain hoebag January 19, 2009
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The inevitable result of trying to do serious research on wikipedia. Consists of clicking on random links in articles until you get as far away from the original topic as possible. The results must then reported to the closest person you know.
I was researching Warren Buffet for business class. Sure enough, I got into a session of the wikipedia game, and 9 pages later, I was on Louis the XIV of France.
by Danstu January 7, 2007
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A game with the object of reaching Hitler's Wikipedia page by clicking on "Random Article", then clicking links in that article to get to other articles, until eventually you can find a link to Adolf Hitler's page. There are rules against using the "find on this page" option in your browser, and there is sometimes a time limit on how long you can spend on each page. Your score is determined by your number of clicks before clicking on Hitler's page. If you reach Hitler's page by clicking on "Random Article", you win the game forever and are probably Jesus.
me: Yo, this computer class is so boring, lets play that Hitler Wikipedia game.
you: okay...*click*...OH MY GOD HITLERS PAGE CAME UP WHEN I CLICKED RANDOM ARTICLE!!!
me: HOLY JESUS!!!!!!!!!
by katienicoleeeeeeeee October 13, 2010
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