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Luck game. The person shows you a card and you need to guess if the next one's higher or lower (hence the title). Earn [[NP]] for being right.
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'''Tyranu Evavu''' is a HTML card game played with three [[Tyrannian]]s: [[Jarbjarb]], [[Uggsul]], and [[Oogaroo]].
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For 30 [[Neopoint]]s a play, users are shown two cards, one which you can see and the other which is hidden. They have to guess whether the hidden card is higher (tyranu) or lower (evavu) than the one shown (2's being the lowest and Aces the highest). Play continues until all 52 cards are cleared, or a wrong guess is given. The more correct guesses, the more NP is won at the end of a game.
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Besides the challenge of guessing all the correct cards, users have to watch out for the placement of the "Tyranu"/"Evavu", as the prehistoric [[Neopet]]s sometimes get their directions confused. Players may accidently click a "Tyranu" when they think they are clicking "Evavu", and end their game with a wrong guess.
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|Number of<br>correct guesses || Prize
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|5 || 18 NP
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|10 || 156 NP
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|15 || 408 NP
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|20 || 1,116 NP
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|30 || 2,388 NP
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|40 || 4,800 NP
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|50 || 7,200 NP
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|52 || 12,000 NP
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==Trivia==
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*On May 12, 2006, the art for Jarbjarb, Uggsul, Oogaroo, and the "Tyranu"/"Evavu" buttons was changed to make it "a bit easier on the eyes" as [[The Neopets Team]] said.
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==External Links==
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*Game Link: [http://neopets.com/games/tyranuevavu.phtml Tyranu Evavu]
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*Neopedia: [http://www.neopets.com/neopedia.phtml?neopedia_id=79 Tyranu Evavu]
  
 
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[[Category: Games]]
 
[[Category: Luck and Chance Games]]
 
[[Category: Luck and Chance Games]]

Revision as of 15:33, 12 May 2006

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Tyranu Evavu is a HTML card game played with three Tyrannians: Jarbjarb, Uggsul, and Oogaroo.

For 30 Neopoints a play, users are shown two cards, one which you can see and the other which is hidden. They have to guess whether the hidden card is higher (tyranu) or lower (evavu) than the one shown (2's being the lowest and Aces the highest). Play continues until all 52 cards are cleared, or a wrong guess is given. The more correct guesses, the more NP is won at the end of a game.

Besides the challenge of guessing all the correct cards, users have to watch out for the placement of the "Tyranu"/"Evavu", as the prehistoric Neopets sometimes get their directions confused. Players may accidently click a "Tyranu" when they think they are clicking "Evavu", and end their game with a wrong guess.

Number of
correct guesses
Prize
5 18 NP
10 156 NP
15 408 NP
20 1,116 NP
30 2,388 NP
40 4,800 NP
50 7,200 NP
52 12,000 NP

Trivia

  • On May 12, 2006, the art for Jarbjarb, Uggsul, Oogaroo, and the "Tyranu"/"Evavu" buttons was changed to make it "a bit easier on the eyes" as The Neopets Team said.

External Links