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The meeting point is the Center for Fine Arts and Research of the Kostas and Rita Severvi Foundation on Ermou Street. Registration for the game will take place from 18.45pm to 19.45pm.
Bring pencil and lantern with you !!!
The game includes wandering in Nicosia with a map that will be given to those who participate and answer key questions. On the map where there will be no street names listed, there will be numbered red circles that define specific points of the city. Participants in the game will have to visit and answer key questions such as "door color at point 9" or "what does the shop window show in place of point 12" etc. etc
It will give you 60 minutes of wandering time to visit as many as 20 points and answer as many questions as possible. Depending on the difficulty of the position and the puzzle the correct answer wins 10, 20 or 30 points. Anyone who is delayed to return to 60 minutes of time will lose one (1) point for every 3 seconds (20 points per minute) of delay.
Individuals or groups can get in the game. In the second case, the points are shared among the team members. Children under the age of 12 should be accompanied.