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Radical Rush

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Puzzle ID:#30628
Fun:**** (3.25)
Difficulty:*** (2.78)
Submitted By:Question_MarkAsx******
Corrected By:Question_Mark




Question Mark is the host of a new game show called "Radical Rush". It is a game of 4 rounds. A logic round, a rebus round, a mathematics round and a final face-off. One player is eliminated after each round, with the last player left being the winner. Each player is color-coded. Now you must work out the full names of the contestants, the age of the contestants, their color-code and which round they were eliminated in (and who won).

First names: David, Joanne, Richard, Xavier, Yvette
Last names: Bridge, Hall, Rade, Richburgh, Sands
Ages: 22, 24, 26, 29, 33
Color-codes: Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange
Round Eliminated: Logic, Rebus, Maths, Face-off, Winner

Round 1 (LOGIC): This round was straight forward for Xavier, Miss Bridge and the player aged 29. The green player and the player aged 26 did not find this round as easy. It was a close call but in the end, the yellow player was eliminated.

Round 2 (REBUS): This round was slightly harder, however it was a walk in the park for Richard, who came in first place for this round. Yvette, Mr Rade and the red player did not find this round as easy. However, after she realised what she was doing wrong, The 22-year-old quickly took second place. Now it was just up to Xavier and the 29-year-old, however it was all over for Mr Rade.

Round 3 (MATHEMATICS): Once again, the difficulty level increases as the remaining three players try their math skills. No-one seemed to do particularly well here. The first place finisher was Miss Bridge. The battle for a spot in the Face-off was between Xavier and the green player. He put everything he knew into this round, however it wasn't enough to save Mr Hall, our unfortunate 33-year-old.

Face-off: Two players remain with the same goal: to become the very first winner of "Radical Rush". The 22-year-old and Mr Richburgh must race each-other in a maze. Whoever reaches the end first, wins the game. It was a race too close to call, however the red player was fast enough to steal victory from the very unfortunate orange player.

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May 22, 2006

a little confusing, but very well done.
May 22, 2006

Nice. The fact that a player was in a later round was an additional clue.
May 22, 2006

LOVED IT!!!!!!!!

Great Job!
May 22, 2006

May 23, 2006

Great teaser, the story was fun and interesting!
May 31, 2006

I think this has to have been my favorite Logic-Grid puzzle so far. I loved it!!!
May 31, 2006

This was great! I loved the different rounds! Good job!
Jun 11, 2006

way cool...
Jun 15, 2006

Probably my favorite one ever. I mixed up a couple of clues, so I got the puzzle wrong, but it was so fun working it out. GREAT JOB.
Jul 18, 2006

I also think this is one of my all time favorite teasers! It was fun to do and follow. I was hoping Xavier would win!
Aug 04, 2006

This was great!! I loved it!! It was difficult and made me really read the clues!! I loved the way it was written!!

How about an Episode 2 of "Radical Rush?" It looks like a hit show!!
Aug 08, 2006

I did try to submit a second one but I didn't provide enoguh clues (I was in a bit of a rush that day). There will be a second Radical Rush.
Feb 08, 2007

Great one! Had to do it twice, but enjoyed every minute. Excellent clues, and I like the way one can jump ahead for clues (colors, etc) and go back to eliminate. Thanks!
Aug 17, 2007

great puzzle!!! really fun!
Dec 08, 2007

I loved it! I found it worked best working backwards.
Jan 21, 2008

I liked how each clue built on the last! Interesting story and great fun!
Jul 05, 2008

I really had fun doing this one, and somehow, I knew innately that...(I'm now rephrasing so that I don't spoil the answer.) I knew innately who won.
Apr 12, 2009

Sep 20, 2009

What a great puzzle! The clues were well written and not redundant. These nice tricky teasers are all to rare on this site. Keep 'em coming, please!
Oct 13, 2010

Nice grig u got there!!
Nov 07, 2010

Nice one -- really enjoyed it!
Nov 22, 2010

Nicely done! Very challenging. I had to solve it and I'm proud to say that I did! Bring me some more!
Apr 13, 2013

Really fun! Clever clue set up as well Thanks for your work!
Apr 18, 2013

Nice twist with the clues. After messing it up going in the given order, I found it much easier to solve the clues in reverse order.
Sep 22, 2015

Great idea, very fun!
Dec 15, 2016

I enjoyed this a lot; thanks for a neat, hard but not frustratingly so puzzle, just the way I like them.

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