FIRST Game Survivor: Round 13

Here’s how it works. Each week we will “vote off” a past FIRST game until we have our “Survivor”

Last week Aim High survived by only 2 votes. Will a titan go down this week?

Voted off
Round 1: 2000- Co-Opertition FIRST
Round 2: 2001- Diabolical Dynamics
Round 3: 1995- Ramp n Roll
Round 4: 2007- Rack n’ Roll
Round 5: 2003- Stack Attack
Round 6: 2005- Triple Play
Round 7: 2002- Zone Zeal
Round 8: 1993- Rug Rage
Round 9: 2008- FIRST Overdrive
Round 10: 1992- Maize Craze
Round 11: 1999 Double Trouble
Round 12: 1997 Torrid Terror

If you are unsure about past games, you can read up on them on the links below:

Since there was no information at all on Hexagon Havoc on the FIRSTwiki, then I’m voting that off.

Might want to check the Technokats History Project, then, assuming it loads.

It’s probably the most extensive resource for FRC game history. FIRSTwiki doesn’t even come close. If you’ll notice, team 45 is noted as a source on many of the older games…

Edit: FF 3.0.10 gets the server error too. Earlier, I was having trouble getting to the site…

Edit 2: I just remembered one other site. has some of the old game manuals. Happy history lesson!

I get a server error on all of the links about the games. Is it just me? If its working for you, any specific browser you’re using? I tried the links for the games in both FF and IE, kept getting the ol’ “Internal Server Error.”

Worked fine for me.

It seems apparent to me that Aim High, Ladder Logic, FIRST Frenzy should be the final three.

However, I can’t decide between Hexagon Havoc and Tower Power.

I think I’ll wait this time to vote. If anyone out there would like to persuade me between the two, I’ll be glad for some advice on this one.

EDIT: Just noticed the remaining years are all even. Anyone else notice this?

I am getting that as well. Im not sure if it is my computer, or the website is having issues…

Same here. I think it’s the website.(Using IE 6)

I hadn’t looked at the “Maize Craze” rules for a while. VRC and FTC robots are now routinely bigger and frequently heavier than the first year of FRC. My how times change.