PuzzleScot wrote:The first example in the Team round says "3 puzzles" next to it. Is this a typo, or do all 3 have to be solved?
There are 3 different puzzles, all to be solved. However if all teams are having trouble I might relax this during the competition. (but all 3 have been test solved in reasonable times)
As mentioned elsewhere, the examples are fine puzzles themselves! I only found 1 of the team puzzles 'easy' - the rest were either at or beyond my abilities!
All of the team puzzles were ones that turned out to be too hard for the main competition that got moved over for slower, collaborative solves. Well, except for the minesweeper which I asked Dan to make afterwards to increase the puzzle count to 8.