Today we have more of the caches hidden using puzzles prepared for a puzzle competition during an Ohio Mega event. A description of the event is below*, for anyone who missed it yesterday. Try your luck with:
MOGA 2016 - Ice Hockey (p06)
MOGA 2016 - Luge (p07)
MOGA 2016 - Skeleton (p08)
MOGA 2016 - Snowboard
Tomorrow we'll wrap up with the two toughest MOGA puzzles.
*Over the course of 2.5 hours, teams of two people would work on them
using only their writing implements and scratch paper ... no phones,
computers, tablets, calculators, or tools of any kind. The puzzles
would be stapled together and could not be separated (although some
creativity and careful manipulation of the pages would allow two puzzles
to be worked on at the same time). The puzzles had a wide range of
types and difficulties, but in order to challenge the strongest solvers,
the overall difficulty level was purposely set such that none of the
teams were really expected to finish all of them in the time allotted.
Twenty-two teams ended up competing, and I think they had a lot of fun.