1. Are cross-college teams allowed?
Yes, Teams will be of 2 members each, and it is quite fine if one participant is from one college and the other is from another college
2. What is the time limit of each game?
20 minutes maximum time for each game or first team to reach the end of the board wins and thereby ends the game.
3. If the time limit is exceeded, then what?
If we cross the 20 minute time limit, AND no team has reached the end of the board, then the team which has progressed the furthest on the board is declared the winner.
4. What kind of questions can a participant expect from the event?
We will be testing mainly the logical thinking and puzzle solving capabilities of a participant, with a few technical and general knowledge questions sprinkled in. The questions however, will be such that no participant will feel disadvantaged by competing against someone who is more technically qualified (e.g. a first year need not feel disadvantaged by competing with a 4th year student).
5. Are there any other preliminary requirements for the event?
No, being an informal event, there are no prior requirements. All we ask is that you come prepared to have fun.
6. Are there any prelims?
No, each game is final with 6-7 teams participating, and at the conclusion there will be one winner.