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Last Update: 22 November 2006, 10:00 am NST



What are World Challenges?

World Challenge are competitions agains random, unknown players to see who is the best at a certain game. The competition last an hour long and winning in a World Challenge will result in a World Challenge Map Piece prize. If you play a game and see this symbol and you are able to click on it:



This symbol means that this game can be played as a World Challenge (Bouncy Supreme and Jelly Blobs of Doom have this icon but they cannot be played as a World Challenge). Click here to go to the World Challenge Page.


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The Basics

There are Twelve Worlds and each of them have different games that you are available to play. There are a set of games each day. Click on the images to jump to the World Challenges World Page.

Kreludor Games



Escape to Kreludor, Freaky Factory, Kreludan Mining Corp., Moon Rock Rampage, and Time Tunnel

Neopia Central Games



200m Peanut Dash, Defender Trainer, Extreme Herder, Flycatcher, Hasee Bounce, Hubrid's Hero Heist, Hungry Skeith, Jolly Jugglers, Kiko Match II, Meepit Juice Break, Meepit vs. Feepit, Meerca Chase II, Mootix Drop, Nimmos Pond, Petpet Rescue, Petpetsitter, ToyBox Escape, Trouble at the National Neopian, Tubular Kiko Racing, Usuki Frenzy, Warf Rescue Team, and Whack-A-Staff Member

Haunted Woods Games



Carnival of Terror, Chemistry for Beginners, Korbats Lab, MAGAX: Destroyer, Sophie's Stew, Web of Vernax, and Whack-A-Ghost

Lost Desert Games



Ruins Rampage, Sutek's Tomb, Swarm - The Bugs Strike Back, The Great Qasalan Caper, Tug-O-War, and Word Pyramid

Faerieland Games



Faerie Bubbles, Faerie Cloud Racers, and Maths Nightmare

Krawk Island Games



Deckswabber, Dubloon Disaster, and Petpet Cannonball

Mystery Island Games



Caves and Corridors: Mystery Island, Gadgadsgame and Mynci Beach Volleyball

Virtupets Space Station Games



Advert Attack, Evil Fuzzles from Beyond the Stars, Feed Florg, Neverending Boss Battle, Spell-Or-Starve, Splat-A-Sloth, Typing Terror, and Zurroball

Meridell Games



Extreme Potato Counter, Skies Over Meridell, Turmac Roll, Ultimate Bullseye, and Whack-A-Kass

Tyrannia Games



Chia Bomber 2, Destruct-O-Match II, Magma Blaster, Pterattack, Tyrannian Mini Golf, and Volcano Run

Terror Mountain Games



Ice Cream Machine, Igloo Garage Sale - The Game, Rink Runner, Snow Wars II, Snowball Fight, and Snowmuncher

Maraqua Games



Attack of the Revenge, Jubble Bubble, and Raiders of Maraqua



To join a challenge, you must pay a one time entry fee of 100 NP per hour per game.


In the picture above, the area that has a red box around it is where you can join the challenge. Clicking Enter The Challenge! will cause you to be entered and TNT will deduct 100 NP from your NP on hand.



Once you paid the fee, the page will refresh with that looks something like this.



This tells you that you entered the competition and the new area provides a link to your game. When you click on the link, it will lead you to that game page and you see this petpet below the game information:



If you do see this liitle petpet, or Griefer, he will tell you the hour that you entered for your competition and that you are playing in the World Challenge for that game.

You are allowed to send as many scores as you want but keep in mind that after three scores sent for NP, your highscore will not be updated. When you send your score, Neopets will automatically choose a random opponent who has sent a score and you will be awarded either a win, loss, or a tie.



After you are awarded a win, loss, or a tie, it will be converted into tally points. A win is †1, loss is -1, and a tie is 0. For example: You won 3 times, loss 1 time, and tied 2 times, your tally points will be 2.

The Challenge Outcome table shows you and your opponent the rank, usernames, tally points, wins, losses, number of scores sent, neopoints awarded, hour's highscore, and your score total for the hour.



There are three ways to win a map piece. Once you are in the top elible place to win a prize, you can win a map piece in either highest tally points, highest score sent in that hour, and the highest total of scores in that hour.


In the picture above, the area that has a red box around it are the minimum requirements before you are eligble to win a map piece.

There MUST be 5 players with their scores processed before the map pieces are awarded. If there are not 5 people, the result of that hour will be moved to the next hour until there are 5 players. Your tally MUST be 0 or greater, if it is not, you will not receive a map piece even if you have the highest total of scores. Lastly, you must place in the top eligble place to win the map piece. This will change depending on how many players are there.

After the hour is over, you will receive a neomail by TNT confirming that you have won and a random map piece will be placed in your inventory. If you do not receive a neomail and believe you were in elible spot, go to that games Previous Hour's Result and check and if there is not a superscript number after your name, I am sorry but someone must've knocked you off the last second. You can only win THREE picture pieces a day.





The picture above is an example of my Gallery for Neopia Central Maps. Note the purple box and the blue box and now look at the picture below.



You can keep it in your Map Gallery and wait until you have all the pieces to convert it into a prize or you can also sell the map pieces in your shops or trades. Click on the link in the red box in the picture above and now you are able to move the map pieces into or out of the gallery or even convert it.

Once you collected all map pieces (either by winning or buying it), you may convert it into a RARE prize and 2,000 NP. Once you convert the map pieces, you CANNOT take the pieces out and resell them and you cannot win another map piece from that set and you will move on to set 2 of the map if you continue playing in that World. You may reset your maps once you complete ALL 3 sets for that world.

What are you waiting for! You know the Basics, Join the fun World Challenges and prove yourself of being Better Than Everyone

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Tips

Join a game that you are good at

Look at your opponent's WC scores for that game to set a score that have a higher chance of winning a tally point

Send in QUALITY scores. Don't send in scores that can be easily beat

If you have the highest score and it is hard to beat, don't send anymore score that will get you below 0 in tally. If you are already below 0, send in some scores that will get you a win until you reach 0 or greater.

Don't play Bouncy Supreme or Jelly Blobs of Doom since there are no such world as Jelly World and plus, theres no map pieces for Jelly World


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Map Pieces

There are a total of Twelve World Maps which make 240 individual map pieces per set. So there are THREE sets available at this moment, which makes 720 individual map pieces to be obtained. An individual piece map is an 80x80 picture that looks like this:



Here are all the map pieces together. If you do not see the pictures, it is loading. These images are pictures of the two world maps, due to limited space and time, I will not be adding the third set for each world right now.


























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FAQS

Q: How come I didn't get a map pieceand I got the highest total score?
A: Your tally needs to be 0 or greater. If your tally is 0 or over, check the previous hour result and if you see a * by your name, be patient and contact TNT about this bug. If you do not see a * by your name, you have been knocked off at the last second.

Q: What have you won from converting the map piece?
A: Currently, I've won a Dua, Split Paintbrush, a Rainbow Paintbrush, and Starry Paintbrush.

Q: Where can I take my map pieces out of the gallery?
A: Go to your gallery of the world you won your piece and click the link that says Add/Remove/Convert Picture Pieces and you can add or remove your pieces. Note that once converted, you cannot add or remove the pieces from the gallery of that set.

Q: How do I know if I place in the eligible place?
A:You will know because there is a small gray line that seperates from the people who are eligible and who are not eligible and check all THREE ways by pressing the link (Tally, Hour's HS, or Scores Total) because you might be in the Hour's HS eligible spot but not Tally.

Q: How is it possible to have 700 Total Score with only 2 sent scores in Usuki Frenzy? That averages a score of 350 per send, which is impossible!
A: This is a bug and I have reported this bug when it also happened to me. Report this glitch if it happens to you and I would stop playing the WC for Usuki Frenzy that hour in case also.

Q: How many map pieces have you won?
A: Too much to count. I only converted four maps and sold alot of my map pieces.

Q: I want to buy the Map Pieces, what are the names of the pieces?
A: For some reasons, TNT decided to name each world differently. Just replace the x with the with the piece number (1 to 20):
World Challenge Piece Kreludor 1.x, Kreludor 2.x WC Piece, Neopia Central 1.x WC Piece, Neopia Central 2.x WC Piece,
Haunted Woods 1.x WC Piece, Haunted Woods 2.x WC Piece, World Challenge Piece Lost Desert 1.x, Lost Desert 2.x WC Piece,
Faerieland 1.x WC Piece, Faerieland 2.x WC Piece, Krawk Island 1.x WC Piece, Krawk Island 2.x WC Piece,
Mystery Island 1.x WC Piece, Mystery Island 2.x WC Piece, Space Station 1.x WC Piece, Space Station 2.x WC Piece,
World Challenge Meridell 1.x, Meridell 2.x WC Piece, Tyrannia 1.x WC Piece, Tyrannia 2.x WC Piece,
Terror Mountain 1.x WC Piece, Terror Mountain 2.x WC Piece, Maraqua 1.x WC Piece, and Maraqua 2.x WC Piece. All set Three maps have the same format, World 3.x WC Piece (Replace World with one of the twelve worlds)

For more FAQS on World Challenges, click
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