Strong link - we present to your attention the analogue of the famous at the time domestic television quiz, which offers gamers to compete in intelligence and erudition with other real users from around the globe. In the appendix, there are three differently asked questions of the league: junior, professional and prime league. Initially, there will be a selection among the beginning scholars, only after that access to more serious leagues will be opened. In each round, six real players take part, who are alternately asked by the facilitator and proposes to choose their own option from the two suggested answers. Answering correctly, the gamer thus increases the team's total score, but if the answer turns out to be incorrect, then the chain of correct answers is broken and the team does not get anything. After the end of the round, the time for voting comes, that is, the other participants choose a "weak link", which, in their opinion, does not bring any practical benefit to the group - this person is eliminated from the game. This continues until the moment there are only two gamers - they take part in the final. The puzzle is designed without frills, but completely repeats the atmosphere and style of a real TV quiz, even the timbre of the presenter is very similar to the voice of Maria Kiseleva.
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