All future players chosen will be required to pick players from an original opposing tribe ONLY to join their NEW tribe. The captain however, if they wish, may still pick from their own tribe if they so choose.
Today each tribe will put forward up to three players to compete for their tribe initially. Tribes can swap-out players through the challenge, but cannot swap in a player who has been eliminated in this challenge already. The Solo Tribe player will go it alone.
In this tense competition, you will have to judge how long you think should take attempting a flash game, whilst attempting to get the highest score possible.
The task is simple. I will post a SINGLE classic arcade flash game for you all to play, where the primary goal is to get the highest possible score.
HOWEVER, you must also ensure that you are not taking too long with your attempts at the game, because you categorically cannot be the last person to submit a screenshot.
This is because before I judge the winner, I will first eliminate the SLOWEST to submit via Tengaged Mail, regardless of their score, before then also eliminating the player with the LOWEST score. That means we eliminate 2 people each round.
So how long do you spend attempting to get the best score, before you submit, to avoid being the last person? That’s down to your judgement.
The first full tribe to have all their players eliminated goes to Tribal Council, and the other tribe wins Immunity. In the case of two people going out in the same round, then the SLOWEST player is eliminated first over the WORST performer.
If it gets down to the top 2 with 1 from each tribe, they will face head to head for Immunity.
The Solo Tribe player achieves immunity if they remain in the game beyond the losing tribe.
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