On the Subject of Connected Monitors
Monitors, monitors, give me connected monitors.
- This module contains 15 touch-screen monitors. Each one is connected to the surrounding monitors via wires. These wires cannot be cut.
- ...can be one of five colors: red, orange, green, blue, or purple.
- ...has a screen that displays a one or two-digit number. The same number can’t appear on multiple displays.
- ...contains anywhere from zero to three indicator lights. Each individual indicator light can be one of six colors: red, orange, green, blue, purple, or white.
- Each individual wire can be one of six colors: red, orange, green, blue, purple, or white.
- Each monitor will be given a score based on the previously mentioned details. Determine each monitor’s score and touch the screens of all the monitors with positive(including 0) scores in a specific order.
When a correct screen is pressed, it will display a check mark, and it can no longer be interacted with.
- We will use the term “checked-off” to define that a monitor has been pressed correctly, displaying a check mark on it’s screen, from this point forward.
- If an incorrect monitor is pressed, then the numbers on all non-checked-off monitors will change.
- If none of the monitors have a positive score, check-off the monitor with the highest then lowest score.
- If a monitor’s screen is tinted green instead of blue, the number on the screen will change when a monitor it is connected to is checked-off, but only on the first occurrence (the screen will switch to the normal blue tint after the change). Only a maximum of 3 can appear.
- See appendix ConMonEx for examples on how to complete each section.