Jam-packed and bursting with new and updated achievements, GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS 2014 covers everything from the tallest to the shortest, from animals to machines, and from the amazing to the astonishing. The GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS 2014 edition features an all-new design and more images than ever before, including more than 100 brand new, original photos you won't find anywhere else.
GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS is the official reference and ultimate authority for world records.
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10 rounds of 12 questions based on GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS 2014 with a bonus challenge at the end of each round.
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New topics this year include “Superheroes,” featuring The Avengers and Superman; the dangerous animals of “Venom,” and the latest Facebook and Twitter crazes of “Social Networking.” Feature chapters “Circus” and “Dynamic Earth” round off our most exciting and explosive edition yet.
Previously showcased in the 2013 book edition, the SEE IT 3D Augmented Reality feature is back this year, bigger and better than ever. Live through the exciting experience of seeing record holders erupt from the pages in front of your eyes in full 3D. Download the FREE app, scan the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS book cover with your device, and see it come to life in 3D. There are 13 animations to discover in the 2014 edition, including in 3D and 2D. Plus, record holder videos will give you a personal photo opportunity with the world’s smallest woman and even a special tour from the very top of Mount Everest.
It’s been an incredible year for record-breaking, and Guinness World Records has been there for every major superlative event. This new and fully updated edition features the very best of these world-beating achievements…
See amazing record holders at 100% size, from the smallest snakes and the tiniest technology to the biggest body parts and the most massive mango.
It’s not all records – you’ll find hundreds of nuggets of trivia, stats, and figures, adding colour and depth to the record entries. Did you know Mickey Mouse was the first fictional character on the Hollywood Walk of Fame?
Every standard record spread features a fully illustrated round-up of 10 superlative records: the 10 deadliest snakes, 10 objects to balance on your body, the 10 highest Hollywood earners, and so on.