Originally posted by Debipriya
Originally posted by varaali
I don't think we have thanked Vrish
for having come up with this exciting game.
Just think- if conjuring questions itself it so hard, how difficult it would have been to compile this game in the first place . I know a lot of brain storming took place b/w these two - in terms of fine tuning the rules and scoring system .
So Vrish and Shivang
, three cheers ...
Yes!!! Coincidentally, I was also thinking about the same yesterday!!! They have put so much effort to note down all those Detailed Rules in the first post!! Great work by both Vrish and Shivang All the games are really Interesting and participating or even reading them will help us to Enrich our Knowledge!!! Agree with you that the real difficult part is to set the qs Thanks, Varaali, Debi & Shivang!
Actually, Shivang's role was no less - while I came up w/ some of the more obvious relationships, Shivang provided a whole bunch of new ones, as well as potential loopholes & pitfalls of certain scoring pts over others. While I may have come up w/ the basic concept, refining the rules was almost completely his role here. I don't think the rules would have been even half as refined had it not been for his inputs. He deserves no less credit here.
Combining everything in the same thread also gives participants the option of picking a simpler game if the C game is so complicated.
I had actually opened up the field, but since no one else has asked, here is the next String the sequence question:
Iravati, Uttara, _____, Kunti, Ambalika