Scholarships for game, puzzle design

Students will be challenged to come up with their own games for the MASTERMIND BrainTwister Challenge. Those can be puzzles, word problems or games with a solution or riddle. Two first place Winners will be awarded $1,000 scholarships for best overall scores and three additional winners will each win $100 for receiving the highest score in each of three judging categories.  Each of the two first place winners will have an opportunity to name a teacher to receive $250.

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