Okay, a few other people have already said this, but...I SERIOUSLY need help with level 11. I understand that it is in

roman numerals

but I even checked on google for those and the whole name doesn't translate into anything!

If someone could PLEASE post the answer to this part of the puzzle and why that is the answer, it would put my mind at rest. Thank you.

Okay, found the answer to 11. I'll post it here for all the people stuck, and I felt like an idiot when I figured it out after it taking me so long.

Level 11:

It's Roman Numerals again here. The only letters that are roman numerals in the name given to you are X, L, and I, in that order.

X=10

L=50

I=1

Simply adding them will get you nowhere; it's not how Roman Numerals work. If a smaller number is before a larger number in Roman Numerals, then the smaller is subtracted from the larger. So

XLI

becomes

10-50+1

which equals 41.

Let's hope I can get a few more before freaking out for help again.

27:

Actually, the location name makes a lot of sense, particularly with the article. The famous photo of

Rabin/Arafat

is a traditional "Hello" gesture, after all. It really should have been the date of the accord or the photo.

The red herring would have been a perfect answer.

But now that I know I have to

anagram

I'm stumped. I get nothing. Even when I

Use ISO country codes rather than first letters

Perhaps I just suck at anagrams.

OK, folks, officially going gaga about 18. I can see that other people are stuck on this too, so can we please get a step by step spoiler on this one?

Here's what I have.

I know I have to concatenate the three answers. Heres what I have:

1st line: Week Days = 7

2nd Line: Half The Hours = 84

3rd Line: Minutes = 5040

So from what I read in the hints above, the answer should be 7845040. Which doesn't work.

Where have I gone wrong? Please be specific.

Help on #28?

ok, obviously applying the rule from problem #6 helps give me the key to re-interpret the line above into 8 two-digit numbers. I originally thought those might be lat/long numbers, but that doesn't really work.

Then I noticed that the numbers all go up in increments...

but that's as far as I've gotten...

Any thoughts out there?

i think the time spent trying to figure out 19 may have reached its limit.

i believe im on my way,

took out the letters BUMP out of the text,

FLIEEF

TOWER

SWA

FINDHISE

anagramed the left over letters

flee/feel if

wrote/re two

was

finished

i even tried combining if and re together to get a message that made sense. and still nothing

so if you have any hints, theyd be greatly appreciated

Sorry, but I'm still at a loss.

If I interpret them as latitude/longitude, I end up in Kyrgyzstan.

Apparently, the fact that they're prime numbers, is not important.

And they're in numerical order, but I don't know why.

Furthermore, some of them are not international calling codes.

So yeah, I'm stumped.

Partial Walkthrough Problems 1 - 6

1-30

Game Clue:

1+2+3+4

Hints:

You're Kidding, Right?

Have you looked at the clue?!

It looks like a simple equation to me.

Solution:

1+2+3+4=10. So the answer is 10

2-30

Game Clue:

MY LEVEL

Hints:

Well, you need a unique identifier for the level

Have you looked at the level number?

Solution:

It's level 2, so the answer is 2

3-30

Game Clue:

SEA OF FIRE

EATING THE MOON

VOICES HUMMING

END IS NEAR

NUMBER GOES ON

Hints:

Look to the beginning of the clue.

Of should I say clues?

Solution:

The letters that begin each line spell out SEVEN. The answer is 7

4-30

Game Clue:

DERDNUHNAHTSSELENO

Hints:

Look back.

And I don't mean at previous questions

Solution:

Reverse the character order of the clue and it says ONE LESS THAN HUNDRED. The answer is 99.

5-30

Game Clue:

THE HOLY GOAL IS EQUALITY.

SUBDIVIDE EVERY MONTH INTO TUESDAY.

XBOX IN STEROIDS

Hints:

Two previous solutions help here.

Obviously not 1-30

And not 2-30 either

Solution:

Taking the first letter of each word, you get THGIESEMITXIS

Reverse that and you get SIX TIMES EIGHT. The answer is 48.

6-30

Game Clue:

GAIUS JULIUS CAESAR:

MY MEN VISIT IMMORTALS IN INDIA

Hints:

The clue has two parts

The logical split would be the new line

The first line implies something to do with a country

The second might hark back to a previous solution

Solution:

The first line implies a Roman connection

Such as Roman Numerals

The words of the second line all include Roman Numerals as their first letter. MMVIII = 2008

Anyone want to do the next 6? I've procrastinated enough tonight. ;-)

Also thankyou to those who posted help for 18. I'm up to 26 now, and leaving it till tomorrow.

30:

Things I've notices:

The 63 letter maze contains the alphabet in order except the letters q, x, and z

The second line seems to indicate 5 different/independent instructions

Both EIGHT and BLIND have 5 letters, and all those letters can be found in the maze

I tried starting at those letters and applying the instructions, but didn't get very far

*wakes up early*

Hmm... ok, two more levels of walkthrough before work.

7-30

Game Clue:

I KNOW FINALLY HOW TO BIN IT

Hints:

You'll need to put it in bin.

Or perhaps Binary

Try separating out apparent 1's and 0's

Solution:

Removing the I's and O's, you get the binary sequence 1010011. The answer is 83

8-30

Game Clue:

THE SPACE HAS A MEANING.

LIGHT COMES FROM THE STARS.

THE PLANETS ORBIT IN ETERNAL CIRCLE

Hints:

It all comes down to one line.

Or, rather, Line One.

The meaning is the spaces.

Solution:

Count the spaces in each line, add them up and you get 4+4+5=13. The answer is 13

Alright, stuck again, guys. D:

#24. Here's what I got.

N stands for function. I should do the mathematics of it, but as for what the ampersand stands for as far as an equation goes, I have no idea.

Even using your guys hints to sound it all out, trying multiplication, addition...I couldn't get the answer.

Anyone have help for me?

9-30

Game Clue:

EVERY DATE WE TWO MET, I ASKED IF I MAY KISS HER HAND.

NO, SHE SAID, NOT BEFORE ALEXANDER THE GREAT IS GONE

Hints:

You'll need to go on a date.

Or perhaps find one.

Two date variables are in the text, the last you'll have to investigate from the text

Solution:

Alexander the Great died in 323

The first line gives you the rest of the date

2 May. The answer is 25323

10-30

Game Clue:

KEYS IN PI AND A NO

Hints:

Where do we find keys?

A standard set of keys, that is.

Solution:

It's the number of keys in a PIANO. The Answer is 88

11-30

Game Clue:

REX POPULI

Hints:

Another Latin clue.

How did you solve the last one?

There must be Roman numerals somewhere

Solution:

The Roman numerals are X L I, which is 41.

12-30

Game Clue:

I FIND IN LIBRARY.

ILLUSTRATED. BOOKS. WORMS. EAT.

PAGES. NUMBERS. SOS. DUST. CHAIR

Hints:

The important clue is in the last line

(song lyric hint) When you're near me, darling can't you hear me, ___

SOS

Look for the Morse Code

Solution:

The I's are dashes, and .'s are dots.

----. -.... ....- is the morse code. 964 is the answer.

13-30

Game Clue:

MIDDLE ROW

9--74-5-61-459-38----12-7-9

5-6372891--8614-53321-8567-

6178394545926713-28-451967

Hints:

How many numbers and dashes are there?

81. or 9^2

Where do you see numbers arranged in a 9x9 square?

Sudoku much?

Solution:

Solving the sudoku, the Middle Row is 798614253

14-30

Game Clue:

77-117-108-116-105-112-108-121

116-119-101-108-101

97-110-100

116-101-110

Hints:

It's not a literal equation

It's in code

Look for the key, or perhaps KEYS

as in ASCII keys?

Solution:

The ASCII translates to MULTIPLY TWELVE AND TEN. The answer is 120.

15-30

Game Clue:

ADD THIS THIRD EGG TO FOURTH CHICKEN

Hints:

ADD this THIRD egg TO FOURTH chicken.

Add third to fourth

Solution:

Add the Third answer (7) to the Fourth (99). The answer is 106

16-30

Game Clue:

NO TUESDAY FINDS THE YELLOW WINDOW

OF ULTIMATE END RESULT

Hints:

This one will take you back to the start. It really mixes it up.

Look at the START.

Then MIX IT UP

Sudoku much?

Solution:

Take the first letters of each word: NTFTYWOUER

Then get an anagram: TWENTYFOUR. The answer is 24.

Ahhh. Got #27. Judah and I were right to think

"telephone"

but the numbers there have some very particular meaning within that domain.

Incidentally:

You have to anagram your results, which is, pardon my saying, stupid. Why make the solver go through an extra random step? And considering that what you get before you anagram is a relatively sensible message suggesting either "47" or "472", depending on how specific you want to get, the fact that you have to anagram is even more irritating.