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« Last post by **tpir7215 ** on* ***Yesterday** at 09:19:46 PM »
Again, haven't quite fleshed this out yet, but here it is:

Functions like a 3-word crossword puzzle, except with numbers instead of letters and each "word" (price) corresponds to the price of one of three prizes: a 3-digit prize, a 4-digit prize, and a car. No digits repeat at all throughout the entire board. However, like crossword, the prices intersect at certain points. You are given 2 digits for free (one in each non-car prize) but you can earn up to 3 more by deciding, given a mini crossword with the intersecting digit missing (example will follow in case you're not sure what I'm talking about), whether the real price of an SP is found across or down. For every one you get right, you can choose a digit in the CrossPrice board to reveal. After that, you must manually fill out the rest of the CrossPrice board. Whatever prize(s) is/are right are yours, and the row/column containing the corresponding price for each prize won is highlighted in green. If multiple prizes are correct, they are revealed one at a time, starting with the 3- and 4- digit prizes (not always in that order though).

Here are examples of the aforementioned mini crossword:

_ 4

3

4 _

3

4

_ 3

4

3 _

The underscores, of course, represent the missing digits. Again, the object of this portion isn't to fill in that missing digit, but to decide whether the actual price is found by reading ACROSS or DOWN.

If anyone would like to play this game as demonstration, tell me and I'll figure something out.