Okay, rather than just handing over the scores and players (which wouldn't be very exciting now, would it?), I've created two separate puzzles that will allow anyone to use logic to deduce which player scored what. Please do not post the answers; feel free to say if you solved it, but please don't post the answers here.
The following players have submitted speedruns: danielr, Eddy, jp27ace, golfkid and MiBeM.
The order of names was randomized, as too was the frame count of their runs: 726, 737, 655, 808 and 676.
Obviously, each player who has submitted a run will know their score, and, more importantly, where they stand against their opponent. However, that IS NOT
a prerequisite for deducing each player’s rank and score thanks to the following four clues:
1: Jp27ace’s score is non-symmetrical
2: golfkid’s score is not in the 700s
3: MiBeM’s score is the median one.
4. Eddy’s score was in the 600s
By using a logic matrix, you can figure out each player’s scores just by reading the clues, even if you haven’t submitted a score yet. That was just a warm-up. Same thing applies for this puzzle — you don’t need to have submitted a run to solve this puzzle.
The highscores in descending order are: 205.100, 204.250, 204.225, 203.075, 202.700 and 202.675.
The following players have already submitted highscores: danielr, oxymoron93, xaelar, jp27ace, EddyMataGallos and vankusss.
1. The current 0th score is held by a grandmaster
, either past or present.
2. Vankusss’ run was a frame faster than another player.
3. If you added up the individual digits of each player’s score (i.e. a score of 123.450 would be 15, as 1+2+3+4+5+0 = 15), then the combined total of xaelar’s digits would be twice as much as danielr’s.
4. The combined total of oxymoron’s digits is a prime number.
Happy problem solving!