Do you yearn for a game to challenge your massive intellect? Did you beat My Diamond Baby in a half-hour without cheating? Want something harder? Well, here it is: God Tower. This is the toughest puzzle game I've ever seen. I'm not going to lie to you; it's currently unbeaten. But that shouldn't be a problem for you, right?
The game is presented in the format of single-page riddles, similar to Clever Waste of Time and Not Pr0n, where the player is presented with a single image with which to solve the puzzle and advance to the next level. These guys actually took it a step further and cleaned up the whole thing, making the puzzles in Flash instead of simply displaying them as HTML. The way that it's set up, each level requires a password to proceed to the next. Make sure you enter each password in all lowercase, and without spaces. Getting those passwords is no easy task, though. Lucky for you, the title of each page is usually an easily overlooked hint, and a quick-link to Google has been listed at the bottom of the page for convenience.
Hints: Make no mistake, getting anywhere in this game is tough. So, to get you beginners rolling, I'm giving hints to the first five levels.
- Get a mirror.
- Don't make this level out to be harder than it really is, the answer is obvious.
- Kind of weird that the plane departure times are defined down to the seconds, doncha think?
- If you've ever seen the episode of ‚ÄúThe Simpson's‚Äù where Lisa thinks she's inherited Homer's stupid gene, the answer to this should be obvious to you.
- The ‚Äúzoom in‚Äù function should give you something to search Google for.
Well, there you go. But please don't post any passwords. You can post hints, but don't give out any spoilers. I know this game is tough, but come on, fight the urge. Click.
The game is hosted on webVodka by the Shura Network Corporation. Despite all attempts, I've been unable to find any information on them, save for a footnote listed by Google on some Japanese porn site. Sadly, it's definitely the same company, but don't hold it against them. Whoever they are, they're geniuses.