Ahhh. Got #27. Judah and I were right to think
but the numbers there have some very particular meaning within that domain.
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.
Okay, a few other people have already said this, but...I SERIOUSLY need help with level 11. I understand that it is in
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.
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.
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
which equals 41.
Let's hope I can get a few more before freaking out for help again.
26 is evil
As tempting as it might look, it has nothing to do with
But without the previous hints on this board, I never would have thought to combine
I think it may have to do with...
phone country codes
but I haven't gotten it yet so I can't be sure.
I have the phrase for 27, but now I can't figure out what to do with it.
None of the obvious dates seem to be the code.
If you're thinking
then you're on the right track
But it's important to think
You're right to think globally on the phone
but once you do...
You have to apply a previous rule to figure out what to do with your resulting ERLETTS
ok Medison, for 11
look at the words and determine which letters are roman numerals and add them together
if you must have the answer,
the answer is 41
Interpreting them all as country codes I get what looks like the name of a city, but entering the country code for its country isn't helpful either, nor does the article "the" make sense.
can someone please help me on 18 this is making me insane!!!
i know that it is 7 weekdays 84 half the hours and 5040 minutes. Now what do i do??
Ok, I figured out 27, but as Lance says, there is a real red herring in there.
Actually, the location name makes a lot of sense, particularly with the article. The famous photo of
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
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.
@master_flea for #18:
Why is "Half the Hours" =84? And why is "Minutes" = 5040?
Use the first line as the key to figuring out the #'s for these two, but not necessarily as directly related to some sort of equation for the other two numbers. Line one doesn't numerically impact the other lines....
I'd better give up before I hurt myself on 27
Once I started seriously considering "Mona Lisa" as an answer to
"the one ohm smile"
, I realized I'd better quit.
I don't understand the thought process of 17
For line 2 and 3, you're almost there, but you need to ask
how many X in a Y?
You're assuming the Y is from line 1.
compare to the natural container
hours are in a day, minutes are in an hour
:\ I am an idiot.
I can't get passed 15 :/
Please give a hint.
Alright, so for 26:
I converted it to morse using the consonants as dots and the vowels as dashes, getting the resulting "words": vivalsi, rrote, fkur, and seasons. I tried taking the anagrams of them, but the first and third have no anagrams. How do I get numbers out of this? AHHH!
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?
Nobody: the thing you want on #27 is one word, seven letters. You may not have heard of it, but it's real. (And a proper name.) Look over some of those lists again.
Use the clue one week, one day, one day
So I am not even beginning to understand what to do on 19 if someone could clue me in please.
If you take out all of the 2's, as Giacomo said, I noticed that they're all prime numbers. However, there's three prime numbers missing from the list: 43, 59, and 73. I have no idea how to apply the 'WHERE' to all of that, though...
Any other ideas, people?
Need serious help on 9!cereal!
Y is a vowel...
#28 - to shingles & tonypa:
I think it has to do with those three missing primes - 43-59-73 -
but how to convert those into a "where"?
Are they supposed to be interpreted as lat/long?
Are we on the right track?
there are 5 prime numbers 43, 59, 67, 73, 83
think of what numbers are being said or what objects in the text contains numbers.
if you just want the answer...
use the 2 as a number use the hand which resembles 5 and use the year Alexander the Great passed away which is 323... so now you should get the number 25323.
there are more than 3 prime numbers missing
There is another missing prime number: 67.
Not very helpful but I'm also stuck there.
...Oh whoops, can't believe I missed those other two. XD;
But, uh... Still lost on what to do after that.
#28 trying to hard
remember where are the 2's located
The WHERE - II is asking where are the twos
Please help on #13
that is has to do with sudoku, which i am very good at, but I cannot figure out the order of the numbers, but there are so many possible answers for this one.
I have went through all the comments and still can't figure it out. Please someone help me out.
I made it to lvl 29 and now I'm stuck. I think my brain left me around lvl something, I don't even remember now... someone please help me!
The fact that numbers are primes may be irrelevant. Most important hint is Where
I'm stuck on #10. Any hints?
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,
anagramed the left over letters
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
I am on the 30 now. Seems to be tricky !!
It seems to be a variation of a pangram, but it lacks the letters i, p, and q, and I have no clue what the "Quote 10-14" means.
I think the second line is a morse code, but i don't know how to divide it.
The two last lines contain 63 letters + 1 point that is to say 64 signs. 64 = 8², and there are 8 mice.
I have the first step:
applying morse code using vowels and consonants as corresponding dashes and dots
what do I do with the decrypted four words?! I tried anagraming, but this leads to nowhere...
you are on the right track but read again the WHOLE message
it is not an anagram. The first word is the name of a famous classical music composer. Ask google for more informations
Read again the hint. What may mice do? Plus there is extra hint inside the word once you figured out first part.
Any help for 28?
So I remove the 2's (without understanding why), and I get eight 2-digit numbers, which don't give me a clue what to do next. Now what?
The second line are instructions to guide the mice. Am I right?
I'm just onto 26 as well, and I'm not sure how you got where you are, but Vivaldi Wrote (the) Four Seasons, if that helps.
thanks for the hint! I was messing around with IP addresses for a while until I finally realized...
Ignore the "-" in the instructions.
I tried to make a 8*8 maze with the last two lines. But I don't know how to use it with the second line (where is the starting point ?)
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.
Forget all about geography. Keep the 2 in the numbers. And the important words are "Where 2".
Partial Walkthrough Problems 1 - 6
You're Kidding, Right?
Have you looked at the clue?!
It looks like a simple equation to me.
1+2+3+4=10. So the answer is 10
Well, you need a unique identifier for the level
Have you looked at the level number?
It's level 2, so the answer is 2
SEA OF FIRE
EATING THE MOON
END IS NEAR
NUMBER GOES ON
Look to the beginning of the clue.
Of should I say clues?
The letters that begin each line spell out SEVEN. The answer is 7
And I don't mean at previous questions
Reverse the character order of the clue and it says ONE LESS THAN HUNDRED. The answer is 99.
THE HOLY GOAL IS EQUALITY.
SUBDIVIDE EVERY MONTH INTO TUESDAY.
XBOX IN STEROIDS
Two previous solutions help here.
Obviously not 1-30
And not 2-30 either
Taking the first letter of each word, you get THGIESEMITXIS
Reverse that and you get SIX TIMES EIGHT. The answer is 48.
GAIUS JULIUS CAESAR:
MY MEN VISIT IMMORTALS IN INDIA
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
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.
Don't know if this helps, since I haven't finished that level yet, but I know that Vivaldi Wrote Four Seasons
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
I did it! I finished!! I love this game! I want more!
I am stuck on 30
I've tried to make a maze but I still don't how to use it.
I've even try the Braille alphabet with the last two lines, but it doesn't work either
I have what seems to be a well constructed, navigable maze. No idea where the mice would start, though. If there are 8 mice, why only 5 sets of instructions?
Can you spell out #28? I'm completely stumped.
Thx ThemePark for the hints but I'm still stuck on the level
I've tried to past all numbers containing 2, all numbers without 2, both 2 units numbers, Seems to be harder than I thought.
Any hints more? Pleeeeease :-)
Hints on 29 please :-}
This one is quite literal. Where is 2?
Have tried making mazes with the last two lines and navigating using the 2nd line. Letters I get do not make sense. Please give some hint as to how to construct maze. Thanks.
on 29.. i think my brain has died as i cannot figure out for the life of me what it all means.. help!
Can someone please help me I am still stuck on 19!!!
El Cuervo, for 19
answer is a year
first 4 lines are seperate words
fifth line tells you what to ignore
line 1 proper
Obscure proper names in anagrams are evil should be outlawed :)
Despite all of these clues for #28, I'm still not getting anything.
I know it has a LOT to do with
Where is 2
but I've been trying interpretations of that for hours and none of my codes have worked. :(
can someone please help me with level 8? i don't get it
Still stuck on
latest hint from ThemePark doesn't help me :-(
I don't understand what must be done with this
where-II -> where is 2
another help please.. Thank a lot
Please PLEASE PLLLLLLLLLLLEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAASE
Help on #29
You are all asking saying you know to ask where is 2. Look at the puzzle and answer the question.
if you need more help than that...
then answer the question again
and if that still doesn't help you out...
and again and again and again and again and again and again.
#8 for LalaLand
the first line give you the key
all is here
number of spaces in the text
The Ultimate 28 spoiler:
It is much easier then it looks: the question is "where is number 2" in each of the numbers? There are 8 numbers and answers has 8 digits
Kathy, in 29:
The text itself has no meaning. Look what is there, and more importantly, what is missing.
And hints for 30:
To create the maze use number from hint.
In the maze start from the place which is not letter.
Hint on moving is also in mIce.
I get it! Tx rbw
and Tonypa too (a special thank to you for this great game!)
I had allready tried this possibility but no success. a ghost in my keyboard?? :-D
2 last levels to paradise !
*wakes up early*
Hmm... ok, two more levels of walkthrough before work.
I KNOW FINALLY HOW TO BIN IT
You'll need to put it in bin.
Or perhaps Binary
Try separating out apparent 1's and 0's
Removing the I's and O's, you get the binary sequence 1010011. The answer is 83
THE SPACE HAS A MEANING.
LIGHT COMES FROM THE STARS.
THE PLANETS ORBIT IN ETERNAL CIRCLE
It all comes down to one line.
Or, rather, Line One.
The meaning is the spaces.
Count the spaces in each line, add them up and you get 4+4+5=13. The answer is 13
Thanks Kathy for those tips but I guess I am just being stupid on this one cause I still do not get number 19.
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?
yeahhhh now the last one !
#30 doesn't look easy !
#24 for Romanced
You can find a lot of hints here (in older pages)
the foNctioN of N is Not mathematic
#19 to El Coervo
you have to do something with the NO " B U M P"
take away the letters B U M P from each line. Then refer to spoilers from Kathy again
anytime you see the letters in BUMP - remove them then anagran the lines Lie 3 is Was Swamp-mp
Spell out all the words including the functions
Ninety Nine minus one etc
EVERY DATE WE TWO MET, I ASKED IF I MAY KISS HER HAND.
NO, SHE SAID, NOT BEFORE ALEXANDER THE GREAT IS GONE
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
Alexander the Great died in 323
The first line gives you the rest of the date
2 May. The answer is 25323
KEYS IN PI AND A NO
Where do we find keys?
A standard set of keys, that is.
It's the number of keys in a PIANO. The Answer is 88
ok, I made a 8x8 square with the 2 last lines.
the instructions are Up Left Right Down
I begin on the last point
but I can't find it !!
Thanks Kathy I feel a little bit special right now.
One question on 19 though Kathy,
are you getting Feel if Tower was finished on. or what is the first part of it or am i completely wrong?
Glad I could help El Cuervo,
Special is always good!
I am so stuck on 30, maybe when you get there you can help me.?!
I made my maze in Excel but nothing works after that
30 I need help...
I made the following square
and I think the clue about MICE translates to 1099. How this translates using the second line, I have no idea. Please nudge me in the right direction.
Another Latin clue.
How did you solve the last one?
There must be Roman numerals somewhere
The Roman numerals are X L I, which is 41.
I FIND IN LIBRARY.
ILLUSTRATED. BOOKS. WORMS. EAT.
PAGES. NUMBERS. SOS. DUST. CHAIR
The important clue is in the last line
(song lyric hint) When you're near me, darling can't you hear me, ___
Look for the Morse Code
The I's are dashes, and .'s are dots.
----. -.... ....- is the morse code. 964 is the answer.
How many numbers and dashes are there?
81. or 9^2
Where do you see numbers arranged in a 9x9 square?
Solving the sudoku, the Middle Row is 798614253
It's not a literal equation
It's in code
Look for the key, or perhaps KEYS
as in ASCII keys?
The ASCII translates to MULTIPLY TWELVE AND TEN. The answer is 120.
ADD THIS THIRD EGG TO FOURTH CHICKEN
ADD this THIRD egg TO FOURTH chicken.
Add third to fourth
Add the Third answer (7) to the Fourth (99). The answer is 106
NO TUESDAY FINDS THE YELLOW WINDOW
OF ULTIMATE END RESULT
This one will take you back to the start. It really mixes it up.
Look at the START.
Then MIX IT UP
Take the first letters of each word: NTFTYWOUER
Then get an anagram: TWENTYFOUR. The answer is 24.
el cuervo on 19
If you read TmA's post, regarding letters,
Then read fom's reply
Then read TmA's reply to fom, it becomes obvious.
Would someone who has passed 30, please post a better, non-obscure hint?
I know how to make the maze, I know that I have to start from the period, I know the directions are Up/Down/Left/Right, but what I don't get is how to use them, as they don't match to the maze.