Herbert's Summer 2017 Contest ended yesterday and the final leaderboard is available here. Congratulations to misaki from Japan for winning this contest. As you can see, it was a close match between misaki and several others, including AlexDinaro of Russia, wwvww of Japan, and Blakman of Russia, and at least one other top competitor that did not choose to show themselves on the leaderboard. The leadership position changed many times during the course of the competition.

Don't see your name on the leaderboard? It may be because you did not check "I would like my name, school or organization, country, and score to be included in contest leaderboards." in your profile. Go to your profile page to change that.

This contest proved to be a tough one. 126 people joined the contest, but levels 20, 24, and 25 remain unsolved by anyone.

The most time was spent on level 16 - this proved surprisingly hard, with only 5 people solving it by the end of the contest.

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Thanks for participating! I hope you enjoyed the contest, and the new web client. I'd love to get your feedback on both. You can email me or post to our facebook page.

Stay tuned for more contests!


Posted by Brian Conte Saturday, September 2, 2017 8:33:00 PM Categories: computer programming game contests