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Lead Girl Speedrunning Challenge Official Rules:
Thanks for participating in the Lead Girl Speedrunning Challenge! Below you’ll find the official rules and details about the event.
About the Game:
Lead Girl is a fast-paced, acrobatic platformer that takes place in the City of Omaha. Bounce and launch across the city’s landmarks as you clean up all the lead that a mysterious factory has been dumping everywhere! There are 25 levels in the game, ranging from Dundee to North Omaha to the Riverfront. Along the way, rescue your buddies from the many different forms of lead exposure!
The game is free to play - just download it and have a blast!
Rules for the Competition:
There's nothing you need to do to register except download and complete the game!
As you play, the game will save your best time for each level. To compete, you must have each level of the game finished when you bring your phone to have your times tallied. Whoever brings their phone with the game completed and the fastest total time is the winner! Percentage of lead cleaned up will not affect your ranking.
This is a winner-take-all competition! There are no prizes for places other than first, so bring your A-game!
There are two categories for the competition: Adult (21+) and Child (younger than 21). The rules are the same for each category, but the prizes and event details are different.
Adult competitors will need to show up with a completed game to Beercade (6104 Maple St.) on July 2nd between 6 and 7:30pm to have their times tallied and added. The winner will be announced at 8:30.
Buildertrend has sponsored the event, and the first $1,000 of beer sold during the event at Beercade on July 2nd is free! (Thanks, Buildertrend!)
Competitors in the child category will need to show up with a completed game to Omaha Healthy Kids Alliance’s office (5006 Underwood Ave.) on July 2nd between 11am and 5pm to have their times tallied and added. The winner will be contacted the next day and their Apple TV will be waiting for them at the office after that!
Email Ian at email@example.com with any questions about the competition.
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