Message from discussion QFTCIWSSSG Game 1 Rounds 4,6: foreign refs, game objectives
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From: t...@panix.com (Dan Blum)
Subject: Re: QFTCIWSSSG Game 1 Rounds 4,6: foreign refs, game objectives
Date: Tue, 6 Nov 2012 17:49:54 +0000 (UTC)
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Mark Brader <m...@vex.net> wrote:
> * Game 1, Round 4 - Geography - Foreign references in English
> 1. A dangerous game involving revolvers.
> 3. Confrontation between three opponents facing each other.
> 4. High waistline style.
(The French Empire WAS a country.)
> 6. Software that performs a desirable and a covert effect
> 7. A childhood disease.
> 8. A sweet roll, often for breakfast.
> 9. A board game for 2-6 players where the playing surface is
> shaped like a star.
> 10. Cheese sauce over toast.
> * Game 1, Round 6 - Sports & Leisure - Object of the Game
> We give you the objective; you name the game.
> 1. Be the first person to get around the board, through the
> Molasses Swamp, and reach Home Sweet Home.
> 2. When you reach the final square, identify the image being
> drawn by your teammate before your opponents do the same.
> 3. Be the last person to stack a block without the tower
> falling over.
> 4. Occupy all 42 territories on the board by eliminating your
> opponent's armies.
(although this is somewhat obsolete)
> 5. To be the person who has acquired the largest fortune in
> paintings and cash at the end of the game when all the bank's
> paintings have been sold.
> 6. Be the first to determine how and where the victim was killed,
> and who did it.
Clue (aka Cluedo)
> 7. Be the first person to bear off all 15 of your men from your
> home board.
> 8. Be the first person to reach square #100.
Chutes & Ladders (aka Snakes & Ladders)
> 9. Solve your opponent's code in fewer moves than it takes your
> opponent to solve your code.
> 10. Once there are no more stones in the hollows, to have more
> stones in your store than your opponent has in their store.
(not a good question, as there are lots of mancala games with
different names - I know, not your question)
Dan Blum t...@panix.com
"I wouldn't have believed it myself if I hadn't just made it up."