DASH4 Seattle, WA
Event takes place at 9:00 AM on April 28.
Seattle DASH FAQ
What is DASH?
DASH is Different Area, Same Hunt, which is now in its fourth year. It's a fun puzzlehunt that takes you on a walkaround from station to station solving with your friends. Teams are competing in over a dozen cities across the country. You should come.
Solid. How do I register?
Go to http://www.playdash.org/DASH4/ and register your team, starting on March 13 at noon PDT. Registration will be open until April 14.
But that's just a scurrilous lie, right? I mean, I have to be there at exactly noon, not 12:01 or 12:02, if I want to be selected, right?
We said no. We are going to make sure everyone gets to play, and if for some reason we just can't do that, we'll send out plenty of warning. So take your time and get the team together that you want to play with. The sooner you let us know, the better. But not sooner than you're ready. Especially, do not sign up for a spot that you don't intend to keep, just to "make sure." We'll make sure for you.
Okay, I believe you. How many players per team?
We strongly recommend at least 3, and no more than 5. You can play in smaller groups, but we reserve the right to attempt to matchmake smaller groups with each other. You can play in larger groups, but you will not have as much fun if you do. Trust us, we know what the event contains.
How much per team?
$40 per team, unless you have a team of 6 or more, in which case it'll cost you more than that.
How much more?
We don't know yet. But more is more.
How do I pay you?
You'll get an email from us with this important information after you register.
When and where is the event?
The morning of April 28th, and running for several hours. Where is a closely guarded mystery, which we'll tell you when we figure it out.
What if I can't make that date?
You can beta-test! Tell us and we'll figure out a testing date that works for all beta teams.
What if it rains on game day?
You obviously aren't from around here.
What if I have more questions?
You can email Seattle DASH coordinator Mike Selinker. You can also go to the Seattle Puzzlers Facebook group to ask questions. If you've read this far, you should definitely be a member of that group.
Are you really this awesome?
OK, we wrote that one ourselves. But thanks for writing all those questions for us.