Decrypt The Message:
Have hidden pieces of parchment that can be found by harvesting from the main farm. Each piece of parchment combines to fit into one large piece.
When completed a full code is revealed, this must be decrypted by players (ie: by finding and using a cypher (Caesar cipher for example)). The revealed text can be a promotion code for a gold sale, decoration, etc. The first few players will receive a special reward.
The good thing about this is that it can be used across multiple languages without requiring an understanding of English.
DoctorX (INT1) said:
Hi I have a few ideas.1 - Deco Value Using a image simular to the to the one used in "That's not right" you would place deco's through out the farm and players would then have to tell you the total value of deco's in each block on the grid2 - Scavenger huntThis would be similar to the in game version - again using the grid from "That's not right" you would hide lets say sweets through out the farm. Players would then need to give you the grid location and color of the sweet.3 - Scavenger hunt V2Based on the same concept as the previous suggestion, you would give payers 10 images of items such as a tractor, barrel, tree house, Lester, rain-dear. Players would then you the answers in the form of a listBarrel - B5Tree house - D2Tractor - A14 - Cross word - The crossword puzzle like the one you had on April fools was fun, I would suggest doing the same only difference being this one would have a solution.5 - Big farm MathThis is a slightly more difficult one but it should be fun.How it would work is you would give images of 5 decos, as well as a number lets say 521.The players would then need to go to the deco tower to get the happiness value of each deco using each number only once they would use Addition, Subtraction, Division and multiplication to get as close to the number you gave as possible. If one player got to 519 and another got to 522 the person who got 522 would win as they are 1 away
monks (US1) said:
More contests with smaller prizes
Okay Thanks for outputAlso , another small question?Do you prefer more contests with smaller gold prizes orDo you prefer less contests with bigger gold prizes?