Humble Indie Scramble
Day 2


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Humble Indie Scramble

ArtbegottiDay two of our mixed up Humble Indie Bundle giveaway has arrived. We're giving away a bundle of Humble Indie Bundles, so if you missed yesterday's installment, no worries! See the rules of how to play and an example in our first Scramble. And if you rifle through the comments, you'll also notice a little hint left by Chojiro. Even if you can't solve all three clues right off the bat, you can use the clues you have solved to eliminate letters from the provided anagram to narrow down the possibilities. Thanks for the clever tip!

We've got a new puzzle for you to tackle today. Remember, your goal is to find the three game titles muddled up in the anagram that correspond to the clues. Take a gander at this:

BOOK BROCCOLI, JUST TUNA

  • HTML5 game played like Tetris on a donut

  • Lego-based game about collecting garbage bins

  • Game involving colored balls and colored lines

Think you know the answer? Send the three game titles to us, along with a statement that you are at least 13 years of age, to: JIGriddle@casualgameplay.com. Only one entry per person per puzzle, please. Multiple entries will be disqualified. This contest is open to everyone 13 years of age or older, void where prohibited. The winner will be drawn at random from all correct entries received. You have only until tomorrow, December 27th at 06:00 PM (GMT -5:00), so hurry!

Update: Congratulations to Kokswijk! Your correct entry was chosen at random to receive a Humble Indie Bundle!

Answers to the riddle above:

Look for the next Humble Indie Scramble riddle.

19 Comments

domthepeng Author Profile Page December 26, 2010 6:23 PM

Is there any information we should provide in our email other than the answers ?

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Yes, please state that you are at least 13 years of age. If you've already sent in your entry, no need to resubmit. We'll just have to ask you to confirm you're old enough before we send you your prize.

Thank you. :)

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I've found all the titles, but apparently "Outlook cannot connect to the outgoing server" and I can't send any emails (I'm at a hotel, so I'm not using my regular ISP at the moment). Is there anything else I could do? I thought of posting with spoilers, but somebody could cheat that way.

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Damn!

the last one is hard. and nasty! and cool to play again!

thnx JayisGames for making me relive memories!

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Just want to clarify: When you say only one entry per person, does that cover each puzzle, or could one person send in an entry for two different puzzles?

[Only one entry per person per puzzle. -Jay]

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Sorry about the double post here, but I have another question: When the winners are chosen, will they be announced on the site, or will the winner be sent notification over email, or both?

[We will update each puzzle entry with the winner's name, and we will send notification to the winner at the email address they use to submit their entry. We have already updated yesterday's entry with the winning name, and we also included the correct solution to the puzzle. -Jay]

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I'm stumped on the last one...

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Last one has me...

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whoops, PoP

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FiendishLlama Author Profile Page December 26, 2010 8:46 PM

A useful technique:

All of the games are on JIG, so it is helpful to use the "Find a game..." part at the top-right of every page. Search for important words in the clue...

For example:

In this riddle: You could search "donut" for the first part and "lego" for the second.

A nother technique is looking at related tags from the clue...

For example:

In this riddle: Look for "tetris" for the first and for the third...

Maybe "ball" or something?

Hope that helps!

~FiendishLlama~

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yes! I found everything!

use the tags. they help

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Took me a while to find the third one (another hint:

The name is a conglomeration of four words.

), but since I already have the bundle, I'll just wait until the answers are posted. (First two were easy to find with search.)

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pls help! in my email yesterday i forgot to put a statement that im older than 13.What to do? will it be accepted or not cos i just found out about that.

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here is a little hunt

DONT believe the posts above! most of them are LIES!

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@xxerox: If you win, they'll ask if you're 13 or older.

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RandomCommander Author Profile Page December 27, 2010 11:16 AM

Got my answers in! Good luck y'all!

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No. 3 is so hard...

That hint about

The name is a conglomeration of four words.

Is it really true? Because

I'm struggling to get four words from the selection of letters left (ABCCILOO).

Also, is the comma part of the answer? So far I've been leaving it out, but it's slightly confusing...

Pe-ads

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Now I know why I didn't solve the last one..

I guessed it was a Tonypa, but couldn't remember his name, or any of his games.

Also, if someone had given the hint "Chemicals", then I would have got it. The one about 4 words was a bit misleading: it was 4 abbreviations...

Ah, well. I guessed the last one, and guessed two from this one. Perhaps I'll get the next one, and not continue the series, though it looks the hardest yet...

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RandomCommander Author Profile Page December 27, 2010 6:30 PM

Woo! i got it right! but i didn't get chosen for the random drawing part... Darn my bad luck!

Congrats, Bas!

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