Date Released: June 5th, 2008.

Date Rewarded: June 12th, 2008.

A Chomby was walking down a path one day when Jhudora appeared in front of it. "Solve this puzzle, and you may pass," she said.

Suppose you're playing Destruct-O-Match III, and, on level one of Classic mode, you find that every block is the same colour!

**How many points will you get for completing level one, assuming no powerups?** Please submit only a number as your answer, with no extra information, or your answer may be disqualified.

Prize

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In Classic mode and level 1, if you destroy more than 15 blocks at a time (without a powerup), the number of points you get is twice of the number of destroyed blocks. If you clear all the blocks, you also get 100 bonus points. The whole wall is a rectangle of 14 block wide and 12 block high. The number of points you will get is

points = 14 * 12 * 2 + 100 = 436

__Results__: 4151 people guessed the correct answer earning themselves

**482**

**NP**each.

## 10 comments:

since the game has 12 x 14 pieces,and each piece has a value of 1 point, the answer should be ...

168

nuts..... I didnt think long enough before i submitted my answer.

each block is only worth one point, but when you get rid of a large number of blocks at the same time, you get more than 1 point per piece,

I dont think that for 30 pieces you get 30 points, I believe its higher

I just got 66 points for 33 blocks of blue on level 1 classic - doh! why did I rush

check the blog for hints and yes, the answer is not 168

i figured this one out on my own this time. got the same thing the site says. i really want a trophy.

very nice Jennifer. Good luck with it :)

This one was easy. :)

LOL, wahoo!

"Dear Vic,

Congratulations! You have guessed correctly in the Lenny Conundrum game (round 265). You have won 482 NP!

Yours Sincerely,

The Neopets Team!"

Thanks LC Solver ;)

oh wow what was the answer? i guessed 336.

and how did you figure it out?

Congratulations! You have guessed correctly in the Lenny Conundrum game (round 265). You have won 482 NP!

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