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Games Master Challenge




What is the Games Master Challenge?
Every year in November a Blumaroo named Aristotle A. Avinroo (better known as Aaa) gives out game challenges to Neopians. The first time he has done so was in November 2006. On this page you can see all challenges, prizes and qualifying games. You will also see some tips on how to play the challenges and beat them. Click here to go to Games Master Challenge.

If you want to practice, SunnyNeo's Games Room lists all GMC and Daily Dare scores from previous years. This will give you an idea of which score you'll need to get to beat AAA.


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2015


[Fire Challenges | Snow Challenges | Bonus Prizes]

Fire Vs. Snow
AAA has decided this year's tournament will be Fire vs Snow. He has enlisted The Fire Faerie Ember to be captain of Team Fire and The Snow Faerie Taelia is the captain of Team Snow. For more information about this year's GMC, jump down to the Help Questions and Answers section.

The Games Master Challenge has ended! Team Fire has won!

Below are the trophies and prizes awarded for each team.

Team Fire
One Challenge


Level 1 Trophy


Ice Cream Flambe


Fancy Wrapped Gifts
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Three Challenges


Level 2 Trophy


Ice Cream Flambe


Playing with Snow and Fire


Fancy Wrapped Gifts
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Nine Challenges


Level 3 Trophy


Ice Cream Flambe


Playing with Snow and Fire


Fiery Dream Catcher


Fancy Wrapped Gifts
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Twelve Challenges


Level 4 Trophy


Ice Cream Flambe


Playing with Snow and Fire


Fiery Dream Catcher


Burning Icicles Frame
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Fancy Wrapped Gifts
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Twenty Challenges


Level 5 Trophy


Ice Cream Flambe


Playing with Snow and Fire


Fiery Dream Catcher


Burning Icicles Frame
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Sword of Ice and Fire
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Taelia Vs. Ember Stamp



Fancy Wrapped Gifts
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Team Snow
One Challenge


Level 1 Trophy


Ice Cream Flambe


Fancy Gift Wrap
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Three Challenges


Level 2 Trophy


Ice Cream Flambe


Playing with Snow and Fire


Fancy Gift Wrap
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Nine Challenges


Level 3 Trophy


Ice Cream Flambe


Playing with Snow and Fire


Fiery Dream Catcher


Fancy Gift Wrap
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Twelve Challenges


Level 4 Trophy


Ice Cream Flambe


Playing with Snow and Fire


Fiery Dream Catcher


Burning Icicles Frame
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Fancy Gift Wrap
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Twenty Challenges


Level 5 Trophy


Ice Cream Flambe


Playing with Snow and Fire


Fiery Dream Catcher


Burning Icicles Frame
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Sword of Ice and Fire
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Taelia Vs. Ember Stamp


Fancy Gift Wrap
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You will receive a welcome gift for joining a team.

Team Fire Team Snow

Flames

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Snowflake

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What are the challenges?


Team Fire - Ember
Challenge TypePrize
November 30th - Day 7
Game Challenge
Are We Almost Done Yet?

Send a score in 50 different qualifying games.


Broken Controller
Game Challenge
Baa..Boom!

Reach a score of 434 or greater playing Petpet Cannonball.

Tips for Petpet Cannonball:
  • Snowbunny and Angelpuss are the heaviest petpets. They'll give out the most points. Buzzer and Slorg give out the least points.
  • If you've got enough tries left, you might want to miss with the Buzzer and Slorg (and possibly Babaa) on purpose. In that way, you'll get more points for a shot. Don't do this if you've less than three tries left.
  • Sometimes, a Tenna will appear. Always try to shoot right with this one, since it'll give you around 20 bonus points (more on higher levels)
  • To aim, draw an mental line between the cannon and the bucket to calculate the angle.
  • Don't use too much power to fire. Keep the power around half.
  • Keep an eye on when you level up (a message will appear). You might need to change the angle you're aiming for slightly when you've gone up a level.


Anchor Keychain
Game Challenge
Scaling New Heights

Achieve a score of 47 000 or higher in Shenkuu Warrior II.

Tips for Shenkuu Warrior II:
  • Beginners should play on "training" mode, it is far easier to earn points on this mode.
  • In "training" mode, just like the old version, your progress is saved at the beginning of each level.
  • Use your mouse to collect the coins.
  • Collecting all the coins in a pattern (circle or diagonal) will give you a 2x bonus. If you find it hard to collect coins, try swirling your mouse over the pattern as many times as possible and still have time to catch onto the next ramp.
  • In the third level of "training" mode, broken/tattered ramps can be used by clicking on it once, breaking it, and then clicking on it again.
  • In "zen" mode, purple clouds will disappear once you grapple onto them, forcing you to use a balloon ramp
  • Kites and Kazeriu are very useful, especially the latter, however, pay attention as to when they run out.


Golden Grappling Hook
Timed Challenge
Did Somebody Switch Off the Fan?

Achieve a score of 440 or higher playing Volcano Run II.

Tips for Volcano Run II:
  • Check SunnyNeo's Volcano Run II Game Guide.
  • The game code glubgar gives an extra life. One use per game.
  • Use the keys to speed up and slow down as much as possible. When you see a fireball coming through a cave, slow down until the fireball is as much out of the narrow space as time allows. Then speed up, which makes you smaller, to get by it.
  • The game will spawn strings of bonus gems until you have 450 or more. All you have to do to get more than 450 bonus points is aim to get your bonus count to exactly 440. You may have to dodge some gems to do so. Since the gems appear in sets of three, this will then allow you to get 470 bonus points the next time a set appears! Also, you could be lucky on your last set, and you might get two sets in a row quickly for 500 bonus points, or one of them could be a red gem.
  • It is better to restart the game than go onto using different lives. The game is actually easiest on the first life, as the fireballs don't start appearing in sets of two until you reach a distance of 500. If you can get at least 450 bonus points, you only need a distance of 750. Simply keep restarting the game until you can get the distance and gems on your first try!
  • It may be easiest to first fly 750 metres without collecting the gems, and then collecting all bonus gems. Reason for this is that the game gets harder once you've collected all gems.


Winged Ice Skates

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Game Challenge
Neopia to Grundo, Can You Hear Me?

Reach a score of 300 or greater playing Evil Fuzzles from Beyond the Stars AND a score of 232 or better playing Lost in Space Fungus.

Tips for Evil Fuzzles from Beyond the Stars:
  • Be sure to get the multiplier after about 10 hits, especially in the starting levels.
  • Get as many gun upgrades as you can afford, you will be able to kill the fuzzles faster.
  • Don't forget to buy shields and hull repair for your ship when its damaged.


Tips for Lost in Space Fungus:
  • You are allowed to make the circles go through the walls and astroids. When you hit the walls or astroids you will simply bounce off them and go in the other direction.
  • Don't try getting all the bonus items. It is more likely that you will lose by running out of circles. Only get them if they're on your path anyway.
  • Since each level is the same, practice each level until you can beat it in one try, then restart and cruise through it.


Grundo in Space Figurine
November 28th - Day 6
Send A Score Challenge
Globetrotting Gamer

Send scores in one qualifying game from 15 different Neopian lands.

You can sort the games by world in the Games Room.
Here are some suggestions you could play:

Altador: Mop 'n' Bop
Brightvale: Biscuit Brigade
Faerieland: Maths Nightmare
Haunted Woods: MAGAX: Destroyer II
Kiko Lake: Kookia
Krawk Island: Dubloon Disaster
Kreludor: Spacerocked!
Lost Desert: Dice of Destiny
Maraqua: Jubble Bubble
Meridell: Kass Basher
Moltara: S.M.E.L.T.
Mystery Island: Goparokko (Get a score of 800 for the third challenge!)
Neopia Central: Spellseeker (Get a score of 50000 for the fourth challenge!)
Roo Island: Jolly Jugglers
Shenkuu: Top Chop
Terror Mountain: Snowmuncher (Get a score of 1600 for the second challenge!)
Tyrannia: Volcano Run II
Virtupets: Feed Florg

Well-Traveled Suitcase

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Game Challenge
Munch, Crunch, Munch

Reach a score of 1600 or greater playing Snowmuncher.

Tips for Snowmuncher:
  • Check SunnyNeo's Snowmuncher Game Guide for more info
  • The game code buuuurrrrrrrrp (4xU and 8xR) decreases your bloat level by 50%. One use per game.


Simple Exercises that Speed Up Digestion
Game Challenge
Flippin' Blocks

Reach a score of 800 or greater playing Goparokko.

Tips for Goparokko:
  • Play the game on the easiest mode. It may reward less points than hard, but unless you're an expert at the game it's much easier on this mode. Slow and steady wins the race.
  • Try to combine the 4x and 2x blocks together for extra points.
  • The dynamite block destroys all other blocks of the same colour, the timer block will give you more time. Use the dynamite block as often as you can, not only does this give more points, with one colour less for a short time, it's easier making combo's.
  • Combining a dynamite block with one or more 2x or 4x blocks will give you more extra points. Combo's with a dynamite block and at least two times a 4x block or more are rare to make but very much more with!
  • Try to form the squares in the least amount of time possible, saving you time.
  • If a block with a lock on it appears, try to get rid of it as soon as you can, as more will appear, and you don't want to be stuck with multiple locked blocks later on in the game.
  • Always look for new block squares you can form. If you're about to solve an easy combination, first look around for a few seconds for some combinations. In easy mode, the timer refills itself basically all the way to the top every time you solve a puzzle, so there's really no rush.
  • Blocks with the hour glass will give you extra time.

Goparokko Board Game
Game Challenge
Abracadabra!

Reach a score of 50 000 or greater playing Spellseeker.

Tips for Spellseeker:
  • When using numbers, you must form chains that increase or decrease by the amount listed above the board. You start with 1, so a sample chain could be 3-2-1-2-1-2-3-2-3.
  • When using letters, you must spell words.
  • When using symbols, you form chains by clicking on adjacent tiles that have matching symbols.
  • It's easiest to play in numbers mode.
  • When you see any golden tiles, try to incorporate them into long chains. The longer the chain, the better your score. The gold tiles act as a bonus. Also try to include slime tiles in the chains, otherwise they will slowly work their way to the bottom.
  • Don't allow the slime tiles to reach the bottom. If that happens the game is over.
  • If there are too many slime tiles in later rounds, there is a vial next to the wizard. It will fill up with gold. Click this vial - only when it is full- and all the slime tiles will be removed from the screen. The vial refills itself everytime gold tiles are used up in chains. If the vial is full from one round, it will carry over into the next round, so there's no need to worry about it having to refill again.
  • At level 1, make a chain of 2700 points at first. This this is the highest score you can get without finishing the level. When the tiles refill with a gold tile, try to make a chain as long as possible with it. If there's no gold tile, restart and try again. In this way, you'll be able to get a lot of points during the first level. If there's more then one gold tile, try to connect those for even more points.
  • At the start of each level press shuffle a few times until one or more gold tiles appear. Don't worry about the slimey times and try to include them and the gold tiles in your chain.

Spellseeker Wizard Hat

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November 28th - Day 5
Game Challenge
Om Nom Nom

Achieve a score of 900 or more playing Attack of the Gummy Dice.

Tips for Attack of the Gummy Dice:
  • The game code explode turns your dice into the bomb dice. One use per game.
  • The game code delightful turns your dice into the morph dice. One use per game.
  • The game code gummydice turns your dice into another colour. One use per game.
  • Clear as many dice as possible in each level, as you lose points at the end of each level based on how many dice you have left.
  • For at least the first 7-9 levels, try to destroy the columns from the bottom up.
  • When you get to the later levels, focus on taking out the highest columns of dice first.
  • Have plenty of time to play the game. It takes a long time, and the dice start to appear very fast in the later levels.
  • The game codes really aren't that helpful, especially once the dice start appearing faster. Use them on the easier levels at the end to get rid of as many remaining dice as possible.

Gummy Dice and Other Candies You Can Make at Home
Game Challenge
Snot Funny!

Reach a score of 13000 or greater playing Snot Splatter.

Tips for Snot Splatter:
  • Click on a full bubble that is next to other full bubbles to start a chain reaction.
  • You can also start a chain reaction by using the 2x powerup on an almost-full bubble that is next to full bubbles.
  • Your splatters will stop if they run into flat walls, but they'll bounce off and keep going when they run into diagonal walls.
  • If you clear between 20-29 snot blobs at the same time, you get an x2 power up. On level one, clear between 20-29 blobs in your first shot, and then do the same in your second shot, so that you've got two x2 power ups by the end of level 1. If you don't accomplish this, start over.
  • On levels 2 and 3, build up an area of snot blobs that are totally full. Then go around building up snot blobs that are small, and putting extra snot blobs in empty spaces. When you've only got one drop of snot left, choose the x2 powerup, and use it in the middle of several full blobs. Repeat this process for level 3.
  • From level 4 onwards, use your snot drops to pump up the small blobs until you've got one snot left, and then choose the double blob power up and start a chain reaction in the middle of several large blobs of snot. The double blob is earned by clearing 40 or more snot blobs at the same time, so you should have two of them by level 4.
  • Don't bother wasting a double blob power up on level 6, because it's very small and split into two parts. Just try to clear the level. After level 6, go back to the strategy of building up the smaller blobs on the board into bigger blobs and then using the double blob power up when you start your chain reaction.
  • By level 11, things start getting difficult and you just need to try to pass the the level in order to keep going until you get the required score. Now is the time to start using power ups such as the grid, row, and column (all of which automatically clear a large area of snot.) Also continue building up snot blobs and then using your double blob power up to start a chain reaction.


Snot JubJub Plushie
Game Challenge
Tower of Trouble

Reach a score of 220 or greater playing Wicked Wocky Wobble.

Tips for Wocky Wobble:
  • Use the game code wocky when you're holding 3 or more items. This will cause a Buzzer to appear and drop a ball. When you catch the ball, your items will freeze for a few seconds and there will be no danger of dropping them during that time. Type "wock" at the start of the game, before you're holding any items. Then you can just type in the "y" once once you have 3 or more items, causing the Buzzer to appear. The Buzzer usually appears near the middle of the screen, so try to be standing there when you use the code.
  • There is no penalty for letting items fall on the ground, so don't bother to catch the items that aren't worth many points, such as the Twirly Fruits (they look like green shells) and the Oranella (they look like orange plants.)
  • Once you've got two items in your stack, plushies (which are worth more points) will start falling, so try to catch them and ignore the lower scoring items.Below is a chart of the items and their value.
    • Green Fruit = 11 points
    • Orange Fruit = 11 points
    • Hearts Book = 22 points
    • Golden Shell = 22 points
    • Spotted Jetsam Plushie = 35 points
    • Mutant JubJub Plushie = 35 points
    • Garlic JubJub Plushie = 35 Points
    • Snow Faerie Plushie = 50 points
    • Illusen Plushie = 50 points
    • Grey Ixi Book = 50 points
    • Sun Tan Lotion = 80 Points
    • Illusen Snowglobe = 80 points
    • Golden Sun Book = 80 points
    • Flaming Coconut Head = 111 points
    • Orange / Purple Flashing Fruit = 111 points
  • Sometimes a Warf or a Drackonack will come to block your way. When you see it coming, move towards it if you can; this will give you more room on the screen to move around, because it will stop when you get close to it.
  • Stay in the center of the screen ignoring all of the items that are out of your reach.
  • Moving around too much will mess up your balance.
  • If your pile moves to the right, make a tiny movement to the right until your pile moves to the left. Then you move to the left until the pile moves to the right again. This is how you keep balanced.

Falling Junk Foreground

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Game Challenge
Buried in Berries

Reach a score of 1000 or more greater Berry Bash.

Tips for Berry Bash:
  • Serve less happy customers first. The moment you move a customer to seating, take their order, having them wait for you to clean mess their counter resets.
  • Only have two berries can grow at the same time, so take two orders at a time.
  • Since berries take a second or two to grow, clean up messes or seat people. While you wait for the berries.
  • Keep constantly moving - no down time keeps the game going

Plate of Berries
November 27th - Day 4
Timed Challenge
Star Wars

Post a score of 20 000 or more playing Nova Defender.

Tips for Nova Defender:
  • Many people have issues playing the game in the small embedded window. In order to get the game in its own window, use this link.
  • Play on hard mode; you'll never get enough points on the easier modes.
  • Double-click the left mouse button to use your shield when your green status bar is full.
  • Use the arrow keys or the WASD keys to shoot. You can just hold them down; you don't have to tap repeatedly. To shoot diagonally, hold down two directions at once.
  • Collecting several gems in quick succession makes a chain, which is worth extra points. If there's too much time between collecting one gem and the next, the chain will be broken.
  • You cannot make chains while using the shield, so avoid using the shield if you can.
  • For your powerups, choose the 3-way shot first, then the 2-way wide shot and then the cannon shot.
  • You have 3 lives. Near the end of level 3, die on purpose, play the level over again, die on purpose near the end again, then play the level a third time and pass it. This will rack up a lot of points. It will also allow you to go into level 4 with the cannon shot, which you really need for that level.

Game Challenge
Are You Following Me?

Achieve a score of 900 or higher playing Edna's Shadow.

Tips for Edna's Shadow:
  • The game code edmoretime gives you 25 seconds extra time. One use per game.
  • Kill all the baddies in each level. They are worth more points individually than the items.
  • When the rocks with glowing cracks on them begin to appear simply zap them, and there might be a 5 point apple core underneath.


Full Cauldron

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Random Challenge
Lights, Camera...

Send a score in 8 different action games.

Qualifying Action Games

Action Figure Puzzle
November 26th - Day 3
Game Challenge
Got My Head in the Clouds

Reach a score of 450 or greater playing Cloud Raiders and a score of 200 or better playing Extreme Faerie Cloud Racers.

Tips for Cloud Raiders:
  • Draw clouds right in front of your ship to slow down if you need it.
  • You can ignore the sails of your ship, those will neither crash into anthing nor help you to reach coins.
  • Try to collect the coins and powerups if possible.

Tips for Extreme Faerie Cloud Racers:
  • If you have trouble playing the game while watching the main game screen, try to focus on the small map inset in the lower left corner.
  • In this game, the paths disappear after a little while, so you can fly around in circles and wait for the other faeries to crash into each other.
  • Collect the powerups if possible.


Cloud Boat
Game Challenge
Pterrifying!

Reach a score of 900 or more playing Pterattack.

Tips for Pterattack:
  • The fireball (gained by picking up the red powerups) is the best weapon. Keep collecting red powerups to level up your fireball. Once you have the fireball, don't pick up the other colored powerups or you will lose your fireball. Once you get your fireball to level 4, you can't upgrade your weapon any more, but you can continue to pick up the red powerups for extra points.If you don't get the fireball weapon early in the game, it's best just to restart.
  • Always avoid the blue power ups - they always remain as a single ray, thus making it the least effective powerup.
  • The purple fireball powerup is also effective but not as much as the orange fireball powerup. After collecting 4 in a row they turn into giant boomerangs that can knock out lots of enemies but it can still let some enemies through. This is the second best powerup.
  • If you're going to collect the green fireball powerups, only collect 3 of them. When you collect the 4th green powerup, it turns into a single ray blast much like the blue powerup.
  • Instead of tapping the spacebar everytime you fire, hold the spacebar down.
  • Try to stay in the centre of the screen. Sticking to the sides can be a problem, especially if the red grarrl comes up beside you and blocks you, and you're not able to shoot down the enemies ahead.
  • Shooting the red grarrl is only worth 10 points so there's no need to go out of your way, and potentially lose a life just to shoot him.
  • You will lose a life if you touch the Grarrl, the Pterodactyls, or the walls on the sides of the screen. The Grarrl comes up from the bottom of the screen, and the Pterodactyls come from the top, so try to stay around the middle of the screen. The huts are just part of the background; you don't have to avoid them.
  • The white Pterodactyls that fly across the screen won't hurt you.
  • Once you get a higher level weapon, you can sway back and forth across the screen in order to shoot more enemies.
  • Every few levels, you will regain a life.
  • Don't worry about trying to kill every single enemy; more Pterodactyls will always come, so you're not missing an opportunity if you don't shoot them all.

Pteri Spring Toy
Game Challenge
Shoot!

Reach a score of 35 or more playing Ultimate Bullseye II.

Tips for Ultimate Bullseye II:
  • Check out our Ultimate Bullseye II Game Guide!
  • The game code catapult gives you a random powerup. One use per game.
  • If you hit the bullseye with your last arrow, you'll get three more shoots. This only happens once, if you hit another bullseye with the last or your three extra shots, you won't get three other extra shoots.
  • Hitting the apple with the Meridell balloon will reward you 50 points.
  • Practice playing without moving the position of your catapult at all. Ideally, all you have to worry about is the speed at which you fire. The only exception to this is if you get a balloon that is higher than what you could hit no matter what your speed is set at.
  • If you get a fair amount of bullseyes, save one inverted target powerup for your last try, as if you get another bullseye on it you will be allowed to keep going.
  • Don't bother using the moving target or growing and shrinking target powerups unless you know what you are doing. If you're not used to them, they are simply a guaranteed miss or low scoring hit.
  • Unless you are uncannily good at shooting bullseyes, always go for the balloons when they appear, even if it means missing the target just to hit them. They are easy to hit, and they are therefore a free five points to your score.

Arrow rack
November 25th - Day 2
Game Challenge
Please Stand Still

Reach a score of 790 or greater playing Wingoball.

Tips for Wingoball:
  • Practice the game until you learn the levels. Figure out where you need to click in each level in order to get the ball to go across the finish line. Look for "landmarks" in the level (the tip of a blade of grass, the corner of a block, etc.) that you can use to help you remember where to click. Once you've memorised where to click in order to get the ball across the finish line, then you can finish each level on your first shot every time and get a lot of bonus points.
  • The faster you finish a level, the more points you get, so once you know where to put your mouse pointer, shoot quickly. You may also try using different browsers or putting the game on low quality in order to speed it up and help you get a bigger time bonus.
  • Try not to hit the red gnomes, as this will cause your ball to disappear, thus wasting valuable time. Hitting the green gnome will make the ball bounce around.
  • If you get a ball through a level on your first try, you get 25 bonus points. Do this in as many levels as possible.


The Ultimate Guide to Placing Garden Gnomes
Game Challenge
Itchy Bitsy Fleas

Reach a score of 560 or greater playing Itchy Invasion.

Tips for Itchy Invasion:
  • The game code pest restores your Pest-B-Gone to full. One use per game.
  • Pay close attention to the red warning that will flash on the screen when your Pest-B-Gone is almost empty- if you run out of Pest-B-Gone, your game is over.
  • Try to shoot all the petpetpets (P3s.) It will give you a bigger bonus when the level is over if you shoot them all. If you don't have time to shoot all the P3s and have to choose, try to shoot the ones with higher point values.
  • The green robotic P3 restores your Pest-B-Gone to full, and the pink robotic P3 destroys all the P3s on the screen. Both of these are very important and you must shoot them any time you see one.

Petpetpet Comb
Send A Score Challenge
Some Like it Hot

Send scores in five different qualifying games from Moltara or Tyrannia.

Qualifying Games From Moltara And Tyrannia

November 23rd and 24th - Day 1
Random Challenge
But There's So Much To Choose From!

Add four qualifying games to your Favourites List.

Tip: Click here to learn how to add a game to your favourites.

My Favorite Games
Game Challenge
Those Blasted Rocks

Achieve a score of 60 or higher playing Magma Blaster.

Tips for Magma Blaster:
    Tips for Magma Blaster:
    • Hitting the magma blocks in full target will give you 4 points instead of 2.
    • In order to get to the bonus level you must hit all magma blocks for 4 points.
    • If you want to get a high enough score you will need to get at least 3 bonus rounds.
    • If you hit a magma block for 2 points rather than 4 points, you might still be able to get the bonus level by hitting extra blocks. The only way to get extra blocks is to wait with shooting the last block until the volcano spits out one or more extra blocks. In order to know when that is, count the blocks you've already shot. First level you need 10, then 15 and so on.
    • You have to use the number keys above the letters on your keyboard. The ones at the numpad won't work.

Snow and Fire Blaster




Team Snow - Taelia
Challenge TypePrize
November 30th - Day 7
Game Challenge
Are We Almost Done Yet?

Send a score in 50 different qualifying games.


Broken Controller
Game Challenge
Baa..Boom!

Reach a score of 434 or greater playing Petpet Cannonball.

Tips for Petpet Cannonball:
  • Snowbunny and Angelpuss are the heaviest petpets. They'll give out the most points. Buzzer and Slorg give out the least points.
  • If you've got enough tries left, you might want to miss with the Buzzer and Slorg (and possibly Babaa) on purpose. In that way, you'll get more points for a shot. Don't do this if you've less than three tries left.
  • Sometimes, a Tenna will appear. Always try to shoot right with this one, since it'll give you around 20 bonus points (more on higher levels)
  • To aim, draw an mental line between the cannon and the bucket to calculate the angle.
  • Don't use too much power to fire. Keep the power around half.
  • Keep an eye on when you level up (a message will appear). You might need to change the angle you're aiming for slightly when you've gone up a level.


Anchor Keychain
Game Challenge
Scaling New Heights

Achieve a score of 47 000 or higher in Shenkuu Warrior II.

Tips for Shenkuu Warrior II:
  • Beginners should play on "training" mode, it is far easier to earn points on this mode.
  • In "training" mode, just like the old version, your progress is saved at the beginning of each level.
  • Use your mouse to collect the coins.
  • Collecting all the coins in a pattern (circle or diagonal) will give you a 2x bonus. If you find it hard to collect coins, try swirling your mouse over the pattern as many times as possible and still have time to catch onto the next ramp.
  • In the third level of "training" mode, broken/tattered ramps can be used by clicking on it once, breaking it, and then clicking on it again.
  • In "zen" mode, purple clouds will disappear once you grapple onto them, forcing you to use a balloon ramp
  • Kites and Kazeriu are very useful, especially the latter, however, pay attention as to when they run out.


Golden Grappling Hook
Timed Challenge
Skating on Thin Ice

Achieve a score of 44 or higher playing Rink Runner.

Tips for Rink Runner:
  • Try to get at least one note with every jump. If you use more than 30 moves per level the judges will deduct points.
  • Longer jumps increase the likelihood of catching several notes at once.
  • You can jump over the water puddles, but do not land in them or the game will end.
  • Do not worry about the 'sharps' and 'flats'. Don't try to collect them, but you don't have to avoid them either, they will not influence your score.


Winged Ice Skates

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Game Challenge
Neopia to Grundo, Can You Hear Me?

Reach a score of 300 or greater playing Evil Fuzzles from Beyond the Stars AND a score of 232 or better playing Lost in Space Fungus.

Tips for Evil Fuzzles from Beyond the Stars:
  • Be sure to get the multiplier after about 10 hits, especially in the starting levels.
  • Get as many gun upgrades as you can afford, you will be able to kill the fuzzles faster.
  • Don't forget to buy shields and hull repair for your ship when its damaged.


Tips for Lost in Space Fungus:
  • You are allowed to make the circles go through the walls and astroids. When you hit the walls or astroids you will simply bounce off them and go in the other direction.
  • Don't try getting all the bonus items. It is more likely that you will lose by running out of circles. Only get them if they're on your path anyway.
  • Since each level is the same, practice each level until you can beat it in one try, then restart and cruise through it.


Grundo in Space Figurine
November 28th - Day 6
Send A Score Challenge
Globetrotting Gamer

Send scores in one qualifying game from 15 different Neopian lands.

You can sort the games by world in the Games Room.
Here are some suggestions you could play:

Altador: Mop 'n' Bop
Brightvale: Biscuit Brigade
Faerieland: Maths Nightmare
Haunted Woods: MAGAX: Destroyer II
Kiko Lake: Kookia
Krawk Island: Dubloon Disaster
Kreludor: Spacerocked!
Lost Desert: Dice of Destiny
Maraqua: Jubble Bubble
Meridell: Kass Basher
Moltara: S.M.E.L.T.
Mystery Island: Goparokko (Get a score of 800 for the third challenge!)
Neopia Central: Spellseeker (Get a score of 50000 for the fourth challenge!)
Roo Island: Jolly Jugglers
Shenkuu: Top Chop
Terror Mountain: Snowmuncher (Get a score of 1600 for the second challenge!)
Tyrannia: Volcano Run II
Virtupets: Feed Florg

Well-Traveled Suitcase

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Game Challenge
Munch, Crunch, Munch

Reach a score of 1600 or greater playing Snowmuncher.

Tips for Snowmuncher:
  • Check SunnyNeo's Snowmuncher Game Guide for more info
  • The game code buuuurrrrrrrrp (4xU and 8xR) decreases your bloat level by 50%. One use per game.


Simple Exercises that Speed Up Digestion
Game Challenge
Flippin' Blocks

Reach a score of 800 or greater playing Goparokko.

Tips for Goparokko:
  • Play the game on the easiest mode. It may reward less points than hard, but unless you're an expert at the game it's much easier on this mode. Slow and steady wins the race.
  • Try to combine the 4x and 2x blocks together for extra points.
  • The dynamite block destroys all other blocks of the same colour, the timer block will give you more time. Use the dynamite block as often as you can, not only does this give more points, with one colour less for a short time, it's easier making combo's.
  • Combining a dynamite block with one or more 2x or 4x blocks will give you more extra points. Combo's with a dynamite block and at least two times a 4x block or more are rare to make but very much more with!
  • Try to form the squares in the least amount of time possible, saving you time.
  • If a block with a lock on it appears, try to get rid of it as soon as you can, as more will appear, and you don't want to be stuck with multiple locked blocks later on in the game.
  • Always look for new block squares you can form. If you're about to solve an easy combination, first look around for a few seconds for some combinations. In easy mode, the timer refills itself basically all the way to the top every time you solve a puzzle, so there's really no rush.
  • Blocks with the hour glass will give you extra time.

Goparokko Board Game
Game Challenge
Abracadabra!

Reach a score of 50 000 or greater playing Spellseeker.

Tips for Spellseeker:
  • When using numbers, you must form chains that increase or decrease by the amount listed above the board. You start with 1, so a sample chain could be 3-2-1-2-1-2-3-2-3.
  • When using letters, you must spell words.
  • When using symbols, you form chains by clicking on adjacent tiles that have matching symbols.
  • It's easiest to play in numbers mode.
  • When you see any golden tiles, try to incorporate them into long chains. The longer the chain, the better your score. The gold tiles act as a bonus. Also try to include slime tiles in the chains, otherwise they will slowly work their way to the bottom.
  • Don't allow the slime tiles to reach the bottom. If that happens the game is over.
  • If there are too many slime tiles in later rounds, there is a vial next to the wizard. It will fill up with gold. Click this vial - only when it is full- and all the slime tiles will be removed from the screen. The vial refills itself everytime gold tiles are used up in chains. If the vial is full from one round, it will carry over into the next round, so there's no need to worry about it having to refill again.
  • At level 1, make a chain of 2700 points at first. This this is the highest score you can get without finishing the level. When the tiles refill with a gold tile, try to make a chain as long as possible with it. If there's no gold tile, restart and try again. In this way, you'll be able to get a lot of points during the first level. If there's more then one gold tile, try to connect those for even more points.
  • At the start of each level press shuffle a few times until one or more gold tiles appear. Don't worry about the slimey times and try to include them and the gold tiles in your chain.

Spellseeker Wizard Hat

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November 28th - Day 5
Game Challenge
Om Nom Nom

Achieve a score of 900 or more playing Attack of the Gummy Dice.

Tips for Attack of the Gummy Dice:
  • The game code explode turns your dice into the bomb dice. One use per game.
  • The game code delightful turns your dice into the morph dice. One use per game.
  • The game code gummydice turns your dice into another colour. One use per game.
  • Clear as many dice as possible in each level, as you lose points at the end of each level based on how many dice you have left.
  • For at least the first 7-9 levels, try to destroy the columns from the bottom up.
  • When you get to the later levels, focus on taking out the highest columns of dice first.
  • Have plenty of time to play the game. It takes a long time, and the dice start to appear very fast in the later levels.
  • The game codes really aren't that helpful, especially once the dice start appearing faster. Use them on the easier levels at the end to get rid of as many remaining dice as possible.

Gummy Dice and Other Candies You Can Make at Home
Game Challenge
Snot Funny!

Reach a score of 13000 or greater playing Snot Splatter.

Tips for Snot Splatter:
  • Click on a full bubble that is next to other full bubbles to start a chain reaction.
  • You can also start a chain reaction by using the 2x powerup on an almost-full bubble that is next to full bubbles.
  • Your splatters will stop if they run into flat walls, but they'll bounce off and keep going when they run into diagonal walls.
  • If you clear between 20-29 snot blobs at the same time, you get an x2 power up. On level one, clear between 20-29 blobs in your first shot, and then do the same in your second shot, so that you've got two x2 power ups by the end of level 1. If you don't accomplish this, start over.
  • On levels 2 and 3, build up an area of snot blobs that are totally full. Then go around building up snot blobs that are small, and putting extra snot blobs in empty spaces. When you've only got one drop of snot left, choose the x2 powerup, and use it in the middle of several full blobs. Repeat this process for level 3.
  • From level 4 onwards, use your snot drops to pump up the small blobs until you've got one snot left, and then choose the double blob power up and start a chain reaction in the middle of several large blobs of snot. The double blob is earned by clearing 40 or more snot blobs at the same time, so you should have two of them by level 4.
  • Don't bother wasting a double blob power up on level 6, because it's very small and split into two parts. Just try to clear the level. After level 6, go back to the strategy of building up the smaller blobs on the board into bigger blobs and then using the double blob power up when you start your chain reaction.
  • By level 11, things start getting difficult and you just need to try to pass the the level in order to keep going until you get the required score. Now is the time to start using power ups such as the grid, row, and column (all of which automatically clear a large area of snot.) Also continue building up snot blobs and then using your double blob power up to start a chain reaction.


Snot JubJub Plushie
Game Challenge
Tower of Trouble

Reach a score of 220 or greater playing Wicked Wocky Wobble.

Tips for Wocky Wobble:
  • Use the game code wocky when you're holding 3 or more items. This will cause a Buzzer to appear and drop a ball. When you catch the ball, your items will freeze for a few seconds and there will be no danger of dropping them during that time. Type "wock" at the start of the game, before you're holding any items. Then you can just type in the "y" once once you have 3 or more items, causing the Buzzer to appear. The Buzzer usually appears near the middle of the screen, so try to be standing there when you use the code.
  • There is no penalty for letting items fall on the ground, so don't bother to catch the items that aren't worth many points, such as the Twirly Fruits (they look like green shells) and the Oranella (they look like orange plants.)
  • Once you've got two items in your stack, plushies (which are worth more points) will start falling, so try to catch them and ignore the lower scoring items.Below is a chart of the items and their value.
    • Green Fruit = 11 points
    • Orange Fruit = 11 points
    • Hearts Book = 22 points
    • Golden Shell = 22 points
    • Spotted Jetsam Plushie = 35 points
    • Mutant JubJub Plushie = 35 points
    • Garlic JubJub Plushie = 35 Points
    • Snow Faerie Plushie = 50 points
    • Illusen Plushie = 50 points
    • Grey Ixi Book = 50 points
    • Sun Tan Lotion = 80 Points
    • Illusen Snowglobe = 80 points
    • Golden Sun Book = 80 points
    • Flaming Coconut Head = 111 points
    • Orange / Purple Flashing Fruit = 111 points
  • Sometimes a Warf or a Drackonack will come to block your way. When you see it coming, move towards it if you can; this will give you more room on the screen to move around, because it will stop when you get close to it.
  • Stay in the center of the screen ignoring all of the items that are out of your reach.
  • Moving around too much will mess up your balance.
  • If your pile moves to the right, make a tiny movement to the right until your pile moves to the left. Then you move to the left until the pile moves to the right again. This is how you keep balanced.

Falling Junk Foreground

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Game Challenge
Buried in Berries

Reach a score of 1000 or more greater Berry Bash.

Tips for Berry Bash:
  • Serve less happy customers first. The moment you move a customer to seating, take their order, having them wait for you to clean mess their counter resets.
  • Only have two berries can grow at the same time, so take two orders at a time.
  • Since berries take a second or two to grow, clean up messes or seat people. While you wait for the berries.
  • Keep constantly moving - no down time keeps the game going

Plate of Berries
November 27th - Day 4
Timed Challenge
Star Wars

Post a score of 20 000 or more playing Nova Defender.

Tips for Nova Defender:
  • Many people have issues playing the game in the small embedded window. In order to get the game in its own window, use this link.
  • Play on hard mode; you'll never get enough points on the easier modes.
  • Double-click the left mouse button to use your shield when your green status bar is full.
  • Use the arrow keys or the WASD keys to shoot. You can just hold them down; you don't have to tap repeatedly. To shoot diagonally, hold down two directions at once.
  • Collecting several gems in quick succession makes a chain, which is worth extra points. If there's too much time between collecting one gem and the next, the chain will be broken.
  • You cannot make chains while using the shield, so avoid using the shield if you can.
  • For your powerups, choose the 3-way shot first, then the 2-way wide shot and then the cannon shot.
  • You have 3 lives. Near the end of level 3, die on purpose, play the level over again, die on purpose near the end again, then play the level a third time and pass it. This will rack up a lot of points. It will also allow you to go into level 4 with the cannon shot, which you really need for that level.

Game Challenge
Are You Following Me?

Achieve a score of 900 or higher playing Edna's Shadow.

Tips for Edna's Shadow:
  • The game code edmoretime gives you 25 seconds extra time. One use per game.
  • Kill all the baddies in each level. They are worth more points individually then the items.
  • When the rocks with glowing cracks on them begin to appear simply zap them, and there might be a 5 point apple core underneath.


Full Cauldron

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Random Challenge
A Real Puzzler

Send a score in 8 different puzzle games.

Qualifying Puzzle Games

Action Figure Puzzle
November 26th - Day 3
Game Challenge
Got My Head in the Clouds

Reach a score of 450 or greater playing Cloud Raiders and a score of 200 or better playing Extreme Faerie Cloud Racers.

Tips for Cloud Raiders:
  • Draw clouds right in front of your ship to slow down if you need it.
  • You can ignore the sails of your ship, those will neither crash into anthing nor help you to reach coins.
  • Try to collect the coins and powerups if possible.

Tips for Extreme Faerie Cloud Racers:
  • If you have trouble playing the game while watching the main game screen, try to focus on the small map inset in the lower left corner.
  • In this game, the paths disappear after a little while, so you can fly around in circles and wait for the other faeries to crash into each other.
  • Collect the powerups if possible.


Cloud Boat
Game Challenge
Pterrifying!

Reach a score of 900 or more playing Pterattack.

Tips for Pterattack:
  • The fireball (gained by picking up the red powerups) is the best weapon. Keep collecting red powerups to level up your fireball. Once you have the fireball, don't pick up the other colored powerups or you will lose your fireball. Once you get your fireball to level 4, you can't upgrade your weapon any more, but you can continue to pick up the red powerups for extra points.If you don't get the fireball weapon early in the game, it's best just to restart.
  • Always avoid the blue power ups - they always remain as a single ray, thus making it the least effective powerup.
  • The purple fireball powerup is also effective but not as much as the orange fireball powerup. After collecting 4 in a row they turn into giant boomerangs that can knock out lots of enemies but it can still let some enemies through. This is the second best powerup.
  • If you're going to collect the green fireball powerups, only collect 3 of them. When you collect the 4th green powerup, it turns into a single ray blast much like the blue powerup.
  • Instead of tapping the spacebar everytime you fire, hold the spacebar down.
  • Try to stay in the centre of the screen. Sticking to the sides can be a problem, especially if the red grarrl comes up beside you and blocks you, and you're not able to shoot down the enemies ahead.
  • Shooting the red grarrl is only worth 10 points so there's no need to go out of your way, and potentially lose a life just to shoot him.
  • You will lose a life if you touch the Grarrl, the Pterodactyls, or the walls on the sides of the screen. The Grarrl comes up from the bottom of the screen, and the Pterodactyls come from the top, so try to stay around the middle of the screen. The huts are just part of the background; you don't have to avoid them.
  • The white Pterodactyls that fly across the screen won't hurt you.
  • Once you get a higher level weapon, you can sway back and forth across the screen in order to shoot more enemies.
  • Every few levels, you will regain a life.
  • Don't worry about trying to kill every single enemy; more Pterodactyls will always come, so you're not missing an opportunity if you don't shoot them all.

Pteri Spring Toy
Game Challenge
Shoot!

Reach a score of 35 or more playing Ultimate Bullseye II.

Tips for Ultimate Bullseye II:
  • Check out our Ultimate Bullseye II Game Guide!
  • The game code catapult gives you a random powerup. One use per game.
  • If you hit the bullseye with your last arrow, you'll get three more shoots. This only happens once, if you hit another bullseye with the last or your three extra shots, you won't get three other extra shoots.
  • Hitting the apple with the Meridell balloon will reward you 50 points.
  • Practice playing without moving the position of your catapult at all. Ideally, all you have to worry about is the speed at which you fire. The only exception to this is if you get a balloon that is higher than what you could hit no matter what your speed is set at.
  • If you get a fair amount of bullseyes, save one inverted target powerup for your last try, as if you get another bullseye on it you will be allowed to keep going.
  • Don't bother using the moving target or growing and shrinking target powerups unless you know what you are doing. If you're not used to them, they are simply a guaranteed miss or low scoring hit.
  • Unless you are uncannily good at shooting bullseyes, always go for the balloons when they appear, even if it means missing the target just to hit them. They are easy to hit, and they are therefore a free five points to your score.

Arrow rack
November 25th - Day 2
Game Challenge
Please Stand Still

Reach a score of 790 or greater playing Wingoball.

Tips for Wingoball:
  • Practice the game until you learn the levels. Figure out where you need to click in each level in order to get the ball to go across the finish line. Look for "landmarks" in the level (the tip of a blade of grass, the corner of a block, etc.) that you can use to help you remember where to click. Once you've memorised where to click in order to get the ball across the finish line, then you can finish each level on your first shot every time and get a lot of bonus points.
  • The faster you finish a level, the more points you get, so once you know where to put your mouse pointer, shoot quickly. You may also try using different browsers or putting the game on low quality in order to speed it up and help you get a bigger time bonus.
  • Try not to hit the red gnomes, as this will cause your ball to disappear, thus wasting valuable time. Hitting the green gnome will make the ball bounce around.
  • If you get a ball through a level on your first try, you get 25 bonus points. Do this in as many levels as possible.


The Ultimate Guide to Placing Garden Gnomes
Game Challenge
Itchy Bitsy Fleas

Reach a score of 560 or greater playing Itchy Invasion.

Tips for Itchy Invasion:
  • The game code pest restores your Pest-B-Gone to full. One use per game.
  • Pay close attention to the red warning that will flash on the screen when your Pest-B-Gone is almost empty- if you run out of Pest-B-Gone, your game is over.
  • Try to shoot all the petpetpets (P3s.) It will give you a bigger bonus when the level is over if you shoot them all. If you don't have time to shoot all the P3s and have to choose, try to shoot the ones with higher point values.
  • The green robotic P3 restores your Pest-B-Gone to full, and the pink robotic P3 destroys all the P3s on the screen. Both of these are very important and you must shoot them any time you see one.

Petpetpet Comb
Send A Score Challenge
Some Like it Cold

Send scores in five different qualifying games from Terror Mountain.

Qualifying Games From Terror Mountain

November 23rd and 24th - Day 1
Random Challenge
But There's So Much To Choose From!

Add four qualifying games to your Favourites List.

Tip: Click here to learn how to add a game to your favourites.

My Favorite Games
Game Challenge
Take Cover..

Achieve a score of 45 or higher playing Snow Wars II.

Tips for Snow Wars II:
  • Use the ice blocks provided to completely surround a few snowmen, with enough empty space to also enclose two catapults in your snow fort. Each catapult takes up a space 2x2 squares.
  • Do not rotate the squares unless necessary, just place as quickly as possible, trying to surround about 3 snowmen before the timer runs out.
  • In the next stage, place your catapults.
  • When the Lupes, Snowbeasts and catapults begin their attack, click on them with your crosshairs to fire your catapults. Start with the catapults because they will be trying to destroy your fort(s).
  • You should be able to get the required 45 points in round 1. If not, use round 2 to repair your snow fort(s) and enclose more snowmen.

Snow and Fire Blaster


Which games qualify?
For the challenges you can play a total of 120 different flash games. Below you can see the list of all games that qualify.

200m Peanut Dash
Assignment 53
Barf Boat
Biscuit Brigade: Hagan's Last Stand
Bruno's Backwoods Breakaway
Carnival of Terror
Chariot Chase
Cooty Wars
Dar-BLAT!!!
Dice of Destiny
Dungeon Dash
Escape to Kreludor
Extreme Faerie Cloud Racers
Extreme Herder 2
Faerie Bubbles
Feed Florg
Freaky Factory
Ghost Bopper
Hasee Bounce
Ice Cream Machine
Imperial Exam
Jolly Jugglers
Jumpin' Gem Heist
Kiko Match II
Korbats Lab
Legends of Pinball
Lost City Lanes
MAGAX: Destroyer II
Maths Nightmare
Meepit vs. Feepit
Moon Rock Rampage
Mutant Graveyard of Doom II
Neopian Battlefield Legends
Nimmos Pond
Petpet Cannonball
Piper Panic
Ready to Roll
Rink Runner
Ruins Rampage
Scourge of the Lab Jellies
Shenkuu Warrior II
Smug Bug Smite
Snow Roller
Snowball Fight
Snowmuncher
Spacerocked!
Spinacles
Stowaway Sting
Sutek's Tomb
TNT Staff Smasher
The Great Desert Race
The Search for Princess Lunara
Time Tunnel
Trouble at the National Neopian
Tug 'O' War
Tyrannian Mini Golf
Ugga Smash
Usuki Frenzy
Warf Rescue Team
Whirlpool
Advert Attack
Attack of the Gummy Dice
Berry Bash
Bouncy Supreme
Bumble Beams
Caves and Corridors: Mystery Island
Chemistry for Beginners
Crisis Courier
Destruct-O-Match III
Dubloon Disaster
Edna's Shadow
Evil Fuzzles from Beyond the Stars
Extreme Herder
Eye of the Storm
Faerie Cloud Racers
Flycatcher
Gadgadsgame
Goparokko
Hungry Skeith
Igloo Garage Sale - The Game
Itchy Invasion
Jubble Bubble
Kass Basher
Kookia
Kou-Jong
Let It Slide
Lost in Space Fungus
Magma Blaster
Meepit Juice Break
Meerca Chase II
Mop 'n' Bop
Mynci Beach Volleyball
Neverending Boss Battle
Nova Defender
Petpet Plunge
Pterattack
Revel Roundup
Roodoku
S.M.E.L.T.
Shenkuu Warrior
Slorgs in Space
Snot Splatter
Snow Wars II
Snowbeast Snackrifice
Sophie's Stew
Spellseeker
Splat-A-Sloth
Super Hasee Bounce
Swarm - The Bugs Strike Back
Techo Says
The Great Qasalan Caper
The Usul Suspects
Top Chop
Tubular Kiko Racing
Turmac Roll
Ugga Drop
Ultimate Bullseye II
Volcano Run II
Wheeler's Wild Ride
Wicked Wocky Wobble


Additional Challenge Help


For each challenge there are certain requirements that you must meet to beat the challenge, as you can see in the table further up the page. Although challenges are given out daily, you may complete them at any time before the challenge's deadline, which this year is November 30th. For each challenge you complete you are eligible to receive a prize. Once you complete a challenge the little gray gift box will turn into a red or blue gift box, depending on your team. Then you must click on it, a pop up will open and tell you the prize you have been awarded.



The challenges revolve around a group of selected qualifying games. Each year the list of games changes and is expanded. The odd number of games is due to the addition of several sponsor games. For some challenges, people from the USA will play a sponsor game whereas non-USA people will have a different, non-sponsor game.

This year there are 5 types of challenges.

Game Challenge Legend
Challenge TypeDescription

Game
Game Challenge: Complete the required game with a score equal or higher than the score needed.

Random
Random Challenge: This Challenge could be anything. From picking your favourite games to beating a certain score, it's always a surprise!

Mystery
Mystery Challenge: Send the challenged score in unknown game.

Send Scor e
Send Score Challenge: Send the challenged score in the suggested game to complete.

?
Unknown Challenge: These are the challenges for upcoming days. They do not show until that day of the challenge has begun.

Timed
Timed Challenge: Complete the required game with the challenged score within the time limit.



Adding a game to favourites
To add a new game to your favourites, you must first go to the game itself. At the top left corner of the game, you will see a little heart. If you hover on it, the heart will turn red. If you click it, you will have added a game to your favourites. See the image below:




Help Questions and Answers

TNT has decided to make Games Master Challenge a little different this year. Below you can read the updated help questions and answers:


1. When does the Games Master Challenge start and end?
The Games Master Challenge will begin on the afternoon (NST) of November 23th. Day 1 will end at 11:59:59 pm NST on November 24th. Each day after that will be a typical 24 hour day from midnight to 11:59:59 pm. The Games Master Challenge will end at 11:59:59 pm on November 30th.

2. What is the difference between Fire and Team Snow?
While there is some overlap in the challenges that the teams will receive, generally speaking, a lot of the games will be based specifically on the challengers.

3. Is AAA involved in this year's GMC?
AAA is back and ready to watch two well-known Neopians duke it out again this year. AAA has recruited the help of Taelia and Ember to serve as the team captains in this year’s Games Master Challenge and settle once for all which is better, snow or fire. Both are prepared to lead their respective teams in a week-long competition and see whose squad has the better gamers.

4. How do I help my team?
You can earn points for your team by participating in the challenges.

5. What is the meter?
The meter keeps track of which team is winning. At the end of the event, participants on the winning team will receive a prize.

6. Are there different lists of qualifying games for each team?
No, the list of qualifying games is the same for both teams. This is a complete list that includes all of the qualifying games for both teams.

7. What do the check marks mean on the Progress page?
When you complete a challenge on the day it is released, a gold checkmark will appear over the challenge icon. If you complete a challenge on a day other than the day it was released, then the checkmark will be green.

8. How do timed challenges work?
There are a few challenges during the GMC that will be timed. Once a challenge’s timer has been activated, you will have 12 hours to complete that challenge. If you do not complete the challenge in the time given, you will not receive credit or a prize for that challenge.

9. Does each team have the same number of challenges?
Yes. No matter which team you select, the level of participation required is exactly the same.

10. Once I have selected my team, can I change it later?
No. Once you have selected your team, you are locked in for the duration of the event.






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