Hi! You are invited to participate to our first Mobilism Crossword contest
. This crossword has completely been made by members of this site (here
). Solving it requires a little knowledge from the site - new users will be able to solve it by looking around - and for those established members it should be a cute test and/or refreshment of rules and happenings on mobilism forum. At least, that's what we wish. Either way it will eventually boost your WRZ$ account, depending on the level of completion you reach.Solving this crossword consist of three parts:
Part 1: Question One.Rewards:
In the crossword you will find some blue colored boxes (). Once solved, paste the letters from the blue boxes in the following grid (the letter 'J' you get for free, not because it rhymes but simply to show the way...). It doesn't matter where you put the letters, as long as you have them all):
Part 2: Question Two.
Answer this question: What famous - jumbled up - sequence are we talking about?
Part 3: Go for the Jackpot!
Solve the crossword completely (100 words)
Please PM your answer(s) and a copy of the completed crossword to . Here is a PM example:
Question 1 correct: 25 WRZ$.More rewards:
Question 2 correct: 25 WRZ$
Complete puzzle solved: 50 WRZ$
We'll keep a ranking from those users that completed Part1+2+3. Ranked users will receive 1 WRZ$ for every next user added to the ranking. Meaning, the more users participate and have both answers correct, the more you will earn... Beside that, 'ranked' users will be allowed to participate to the 'entertainment room', where they will be able to win some more. So, try to get into this ranking as quickly as possible!Private contest:
Those users who helped to build this crossword (contributors) will receive - beside the 100 WRZ$ mentioned here - a supplementary 10 WRZ$ for every contributor that enters the ranking. They may also access the 'entertainment room'.
The crossword is here
, or you can download it from here: Uploaded.to
The hints are here
, or you can download them from here: uploaded.to
or RSCredits to all contributors (see list here)
Credits to Sherlockx (who?...)Good luck, have fun, enjoy, and... get ideas for contributing to the next crossword! - Guy1731