I’m taking signups to play $20,000 Pyramid, a game I ran in Power Puzzlers. The time commitment is somewhere between 5-15 minutes depending on how far you advance.
Ideally I’d be looking for 12 participants, but I can make it work with any even number 8 and up. Players would be divided into groups. Each player would get a board with seven words that belong to a theme that they would have to provide clues for. Then you attempt to solve the boards the other players in your group provided clues for. You receive points for every correct answer you guess and for every word of yours that is guessed by others.
There will be one or two winners from each group that move on to the next round with a total of probably three rounds. The two finalists go head to head with a board much like the final round of Pyramid.
You will receive 5 CJ points just for playing, and an additional 5 points for each round you advance. The game will start sometime this week assuming there’s an interest.
12 Players so far:
Time management challenged:
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Sure, why not?
In. With enthusiasm.
Interested, but finding Survivor is very time consuming, so not committed yet.
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