|Round 3||2002 MIT Mystery Hunt|
Material goods! Collect material goods!
|painted||polka-dotted||styrofoam||sandy||in the original packaging||wooden|
|wicker||with the original receipt||tesselated||retractable||corrugated||reflective|
|based on a cartoon character||containing tungsten||askew||deep-fried||illegal for a 17 year old to obtain||from Atlantic City|
|crystalline||monochromatic||from any Monopoly set||tasty||caffeinated||woolen|
|made by a 17 year old||chocolate||from the Diesel cafe||Vietnamese||vegan||mauve|
|ceramic||liquid-filled||comically-oversized||threadbare||inscribed with a team member's name or initials||hand-sewn|
For the given grid above, you score points based on the number of adjectives in contiguous squares that describe an object that you bring to us. The formula is shown below:
Contiguous squares must share a side, not just a corner; there may be hollow areas inside a contiguous set of squares.
If you have NO item for a square it counts as -5 points. You may use each square ONLY once.
In order to complete the scavenger hunt, you must earn 400 points. When you have completed your set of items, call us to set up an appointment to have your items checked.