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WimbleWrong 2021 Final

Started by Spoon of Ploff, July 30, 2021, 01:08:49 PM

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Spoon of Ploff

Hello, welcome, greetings.

56 days ago 17 of the finest CABbers (and BlodwynPig) began this most thrilling of image manipulation based competitions, but now only two remain, heads held high, to do battle. Those two are...

Dr Trouser v Mr Farenheit

The good Doctor gets to serve, and remember you have to deliver three shots each for this match..

Good luck to you both. I have every confidence you will make this a final for the ages.

The Complete rules are as follows:

Quote1. Each match will consist of two shots per player, except the final in which there are three shots per player.

2. The player with the opening shot (i.e. the server) can put what they want in their picture.  But all subsequent pictures (i.e the return) must contain, either visually or conceptually, an element of the previous picture.

3. The pictures will be 800 x 600, or 600 x 800 pixels in size, and must be still images.

4. Voting will take place by posting the name of your favourite in the game thread immediately after play has ended (i.e. when the 4th picture of each match has been posted).  The voting will last for 48 hours. In the event of a tie after the voting period has passed, the voting time will be extended by 12 hours, and if after that there is no winner, the next player to get a vote will win the tie.

5. Common sense prevails in image choice.

6. Pictures can be uploaded to places like imgur for those who have no webspace, but the picture must be displayed in the game thread.

7. In some cases it is necessary for one or more high-scoring losers to progress to the next round. High-scoring losers are simply those who get the most votes out of all the losing players in the round. If it comes down to two players who have the same number of votes, the player who lost by the smaller margin will progress as the high-scoring loser.

And a reminder of time permitted:  You have 72 hours to post an image from when the round starts or from when the last shot has been posted. Keep a look out on your game for when your opponent posts their shot, as it's from that time that the 72 hours start.