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Kaleidoscope 2018 - LMI October Puzzle Test - 19th to 22nd Oct
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rob
Subject: Re: Kaleidoscope 2018 - LMI October Puzzle Test - 19th to 22nd Oct @ 2018-10-19 9:25 PM (#26270 - in reply to #26160) (#26270) Top


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Thanks for the contest, very innovative as usual! On a better day I'd have gotten out one of the remaining hard ones (Yajilin, Sum Star or Kropki Switch) in the last half hour, but I couldn't make reasonable progress on any and didn't have real bifurcation work in me today. I'm ok with the result though, considering I didn't manage some of the examples.
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Subject: Re: Kaleidoscope 2018 - LMI October Puzzle Test - 19th to 22nd Oct @ 2018-10-20 1:16 PM (#26271 - in reply to #26270) (#26271) Top


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Please ignore ''3 most favorite' section in the feedback page. You can mention in the forum directly.
kiwijam
Subject: Re: Kaleidoscope 2018 - LMI October Puzzle Test - 19th to 22nd Oct @ 2018-10-21 3:55 AM (#26272 - in reply to #26160) (#26272) Top




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 What was your opinion of the distribution of easy/hard puzzles? Too many hard puzzles
 What did you think about the puzzle quality of the test? Fairly Nice


..................... I spent so long on the large Sum Star that I thought the contest was over, I just gave up on competing and was being stubborn.
These puzzles are too hard and complicated for a normal LMI contest structure - even 2 hours was much too short.
Perhaps you could try a 1 week time limit, like the April contest, let people take their time?
chaotic_iak
Subject: Re: Kaleidoscope 2018 - LMI October Puzzle Test - 19th to 22nd Oct @ 2018-10-21 4:17 PM (#26273 - in reply to #26160) (#26273) Top



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 What was your opinion of the distribution of easy/hard puzzles? Too many hard puzzles
 What did you think about the puzzle quality of the test? Very nice
 Which set of puzzles did you like the most? Karst


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Subject: Re: Kaleidoscope 2018 - LMI October Puzzle Test - 19th to 22nd Oct @ 2018-10-21 6:51 PM (#26274 - in reply to #26160) (#26274) Top


 What was your opinion of the distribution of easy/hard puzzles? Too many hard puzzles
 What did you think about the puzzle quality of the test? Fairly Nice
 Which set of puzzles did you like the most? Hex Kuroclone


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Subject: Re: Kaleidoscope 2018 - LMI October Puzzle Test - 19th to 22nd Oct @ 2018-10-23 9:24 AM (#26276 - in reply to #26160) (#26276) Top


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Congratulations to Nikola Zivanovic, Endo Ken and Robert Vollmert for taking the top 3 spots in this hard test. Thanks to all the 70 participants.
Rubben
Subject: Re: Kaleidoscope 2018 - LMI October Puzzle Test - 19th to 22nd Oct @ 2018-10-23 6:56 PM (#26277 - in reply to #26160) (#26277) Top




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 What was your opinion of the distribution of easy/hard puzzles? Just right
 What did you think about the puzzle quality of the test? Very nice
 Which set of puzzles did you like the most? Cairo Kurotto


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Subject: Re: Kaleidoscope 2018 - LMI October Puzzle Test - 19th to 22nd Oct @ 2018-10-26 11:47 AM (#26278 - in reply to #26277) (#26278) Top


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Solution Booklet is available now.
Eugene Porter
Subject: Re: Kaleidoscope 2018 - LMI October Puzzle Test - 19th to 22nd Oct @ 2018-10-27 4:39 AM (#26279 - in reply to #26278) (#26279) Top




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Beautifully designed puzzles.

I was wondering about a potential alternate solution to Sum Star 1. After the test I came up with an answer string of 873x17x7x. The top left dodecagon reading clockwise from the 8(at 9 o'clock) - 6x42x3x1x598 with 7 in the middle. The top right dodecagon reading clockwise from the 7 (at 3 o'clock) - 82x79x4x35x7 with 1 in the middle. The lower dodecagon reading clockwise starting with a 8 at 12 o'clock then x1x96543x2x8 with the 7 in the middle.
Nizz
Subject: RE: Kaleidoscope 2018 - LMI October Puzzle Test - 19th to 22nd Oct @ 2018-11-29 4:31 AM (#26285 - in reply to #26160) (#26285) Top




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Possibly stupid question: When will the password for this test be available (again)? Is there any reason why the passwords are not published immeiately after the competition is over?
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