Friday, December 3, 2010

TBs TechChallenge, 2010 - Reverse 8066 - Closing Early!

Because of new official images from set 8066 (SUV), have been published online yesterday, the TBs team decided to close  the TechREVERSE Challenge submission period with immediate effect, in order to guarantee the contest necessary fairness to all the contestants, who had already submitted their guesses.

The closing period was then anticipated in 5 days, and according to the challenge published rules.
Also it doesn't seem to be a disappointing measure, once the submission rate dropped dramatically after one week. Of course everyone wanted to guarantee that his submission was among the first ones, in order to maximize his chances.
Thank you! For all those who have taken the Challenge!


Anonymous said...

How many submissions have there been?

TechnicBRICKs said...

Don't have the time to confirm the exact figures now, but they have been 13 or 14.

Anonymous said...

Will the 'submissions' and 'results' posts come sooner also?

TechnicBRICKs said...

The submissions I should present as soon as get some time to prepare the post. But need to finish a few other more "urgent" posts, first. ;)
I'm actually attending Hispabrick, thus not in my home country.

As for the results, I still do not foresse an exact date, as I still do not have the official building instructions.
Also we do have some more submissions than in the last year.
So it should take a bit longer... to evaluate them all. ;)

Barman said...

I've just uploaded new photos from my version of the 8065, 8066 and 8067. I hope I come close to the original. With the 8067 I had to guess a lot because the new photos don't reveal everything.

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