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Mu Complex: Episode 2

Studio Cime's hacking simulation/puzzle game/secret cyberpunk dream machine Mu Complex: Episode One delighted us with its text-based tale of espionage as you hacked your way from one computer to the next. Now, Mu Complex: Episode 2 is here, and it's time for you to blow the dust from another set of keyboards and dive deeper into the mysterious building hiding its secrets from you. To play, and you really should play the first episode before this one, just type commands and hit enter to execute them. Type "help" for a list of commands to get you started, but don't expect much hand-holding here, since Mu Complex is very much all on you when it comes to figuring things out. Its minimalistic presentation and somber atmosphere keep you hooked as you work your way through files and e-mails, and figuring out what you're supposed to do is always a thrill. The Mu Complex games aren't for players who prefer a lot of direction and hints, but if the thought of having to rely on your wits and (simulated) hacking abilities thrills you, this next installment is right up your alley.

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Walkthrough Guide

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Mu Complex 2 Walkthrough

Start off by opening the “password” file. Use “sudo cat password” as it requires administrator rights. Type “ssh willterk” to move to the next computer and use “peterobrian” as password.
Will Terk
Once you’re ready to proceed to the mainframe, use the “camera” command and you’ll notice that only 2 symbols are missing from the security code. Change the light by typing “light black” and view the camera again. From here we can see that the last two symbols are 1 and A, making the password for the mainframe “5823ba1”.
Kyle Topz
“kyletopz” is secured by Houri Maze, so type in “bot help” to see the commands. Once the challenge is finished, open the “database.txt” file and move to fredmorgan.
Now we can open the “database.txt” file and use the info to move to the next computer.
Note: If you want to see what’s on the file “report.txt” be prepared to make a quick screenshot, as Lya will close it almost immediately.
If we read the files on Fred’s computer, we’ll find out that the password is the name of his passed away wife. Take a screenshot of the “pic.jpg” file. Open it in any program (Microsoft Word for example) and lower the brighness until you see the word “Clara” written right below the picture. Use it to unlock the computer and move to the next computer.
Challenge 1/2
To complete the first challenge , open the “method” file, once you’ve started. Take a screenshot of the morse code and use a translator to find out what the method is. The translation states “+5, x2, -2”. Use it to solve the first challenge.
Challenge 2/2
Once you’ve reached the second challenge open the file “method2.jpg” and take a screenshot. The flags you see here are all part of the system of international maritime signal flags, where each flag represents a letter. Google “maritime signal flags” and find a suitible image to translate the method. If the translation is correct you should have “square minus seven” or ^2–7.
Once you’re done with the challenges, you can unlock the “content.lock” file.
If we open the “security.note” file, we can see that at the end Eva quotes Caesar. Open the “hint” file to find the encrypted password. This is the Caeser Cipher encryption technique. The number after the “http://www.simonsingh.net/The_Black_Chamber/caesar.html to quickly get the plaintext “Jupiter” which is the passphrase key to the ssh-agent.

Bot challenge
In order to complete the bot challenge, we need to set the F1 function to move forward 3 times. When used in the Main function, F1 counts as only one move.
Bot push f1 move
Bot push f1 move
Bot push f1 move
Bot push cw
Bot push f1
Bot push cw
Bot push f1
Bot push ccw
Bot push move
Bot push ccw
Bot push f1
Bot push ccw
Bot push f1
Bot play
You can now open the “database.txt” file and move to the next computer.
If you read the mail “ebolan.mail” you’ll find out that Olivier put the name of his brother, who recently worked on a film, as password. Google what’s written on the TV screen from the camera view and you’ll find it to be a quote from the 1962 movie “Lolita”. Check the film’s cast and crew and look for “Riddle”. Only one name should match the search and it’s “Nelson Riddle”, with “Nelsonriddle” being the password.
If you’ve read the emails on Fu’s computer, you should be aware of the fact that he had forgotten his password and needed to reset it.
Go to the mainframe and look inside the “ebolan.mail” file. The email states that there is an alternate mail server installed at mailer.mucomplex.com. Type the address in your browser to go to the server.
On computer Fuhong type “resetpass” to get all the info you need to get a new password. The mail you send should look like this:
Reset pass
“your reset ID”

First off, open the “ebolan.mail” file and you’ll find that a script updates Eliza’s password every 24 hours. The “Local status-update” that mr E. Bolan is refering to is Twitter. Search for @mcpltokgen to find the daily encrypted password.
From the email, we know that the encryption algorithm used is Vigenere. Go to http://www.mygeocachingprofile.com/codebreaker.vigenerecipher.aspx and copy/paste the encrypted password. The key that dictates the shift of each letter is “subbatomicreaction” as stated in the “ebolan.mail” file. Break the code and use the password to enable the network card on Eliza’s computer.
Note: If you want to take a closer look at the camera view, take a quick screenshot as Lya will politely block your access to it.
As soon as we access Nina’s computer, we can see that she has a thing for Paris. In the “note” file Nina states that she’s worked on triangulation again in Paris and she used GPS coordinates of the subway stations. To find the password for the “private.key” file, we’ll use the locations from the probe report.
Go to Google Maps, create a new map and mark the four subway stations. Connect all four vertecies of the polygon and zoom in. You’ll find that the common is on the “Temple” station, which is the pasword for the locked file.
In order to open the “hosts.lock” file, we need to give computer “glenrisson” a permisson to unlock. Open the “sec05ctrlconfig.txt” file by using “sudo nano sec05ctrlconfig.txt”. Change one of the last four names to “glenrisson: “true””. Press Esc to save and exit and use “unlock” to gain access to the hosts.lock file.
Note: The password for the “.audio.mp3” file is base 64 encrypted and it’s the last letter of all 50 emails arranged by date and time. The encoded message “VGhlIHBhc3N3b3JkIGlzOiBzdGVyaWxpemVjb21wbGV4” translates into “The password is: sterilizecomplex”
Bot challenge
In order to complete this challenge, we’ll need to put functions F2 and F3 into F1. In function F3, put a move and a light command. In F2, put the F3 function twice. Finally, in F1 put a ccw rotation and twice the F2 function. Start with a ccw in the main sequence, to ensure that the bot moves to the left first. This is how the solution should look like:
Bot push f3 ccw
Bot push f3 light
Bot push f2 f3
Bot push f2 f3
Bot push f1 ccw
Bot push f1 f2
Bot push f1 f2
Bot push ccw
Bot push f1
Bot push f1
Bot push f1
Bot push f1
Bot push play
Challenge 1/2
Once you’ve read the files on Bobby’s computer, start the challenge and open the “method” file. What you see there is the Braille alphabet (for visually impaired people). Simply use an image from google to see what the file is saying. The translation should be “times #5987 plus #7117” or “challenge|x5987|+7117|solve”, where “challenge” is the current number.
Challenge 2/2
Open the file “method2.jpg” and take a screenshot. Next, open the “table.jpg” file. Notice that each symbol from “method2.jpg” represents a letter or a number from “table.jpg”. For example, the first symbol matches with the location of “P”, the second is an “L” and so on.
The final result for the method should be “plus 4563 times 15822” or “challenge|+4563|x15822|solve”.
Once you’ve unlocked all the features, open all the files on the Mainframe. In the file “life.crypt” you’ll find the molecules needed. Open the file “molecules.tar” to extract the data and use “ls” to view all new files.
Add the molecules stated in “life.crypt” by using “door add ….mol”.
Door add 3768.mol
Door add 8017.mol
Door add 2357.mol
Door add .1001.mol
Door add .2221.mol
Door start
Enjoy the plot twist.

Walkthrough by Stan!


Leopardmask May 10, 2015 9:26 AM

Yay! I'd forgotten that I was waiting eagerly for this to come out and now it's out!

Leopardmask May 10, 2015 10:32 AM

Having some difficulty with

eddywolvers's timed game thing. Running the

Morse code thru an online translator gave me
but imagine the curly brackets are the HTML triangle brackets. They make the whole phrase in them only show up as a space in the comments.

but I don't know what to do with this message. Maybe some math stuff? What is the bracketed statement?

Queency May 10, 2015 10:46 AM


thats not a "{AR}" but a "+". And you're right about the math stuff ...

I'm currently stuck too

on the second part of eddywolvers game

What am I supposed to do with those flags? I'm guessing that it's some kind of equation as before ...
I tried counting the different patterns, but that doesn't work

Sessie May 10, 2015 10:46 AM replied to Leopardmask

I'm stuck in the same place.

I did find a chart with Morse code punctuation, and it says that the first character in this message, .-.-., means "end of message." So...now I'm even more confused, haha.

Sessie May 10, 2015 10:49 AM replied to Queency

Dang, Queency responded in the time it took me to write my comment. Thanks Queency :)

Captain_Mars May 10, 2015 10:54 AM

Hey could any of you guys give a hint I've

access to fredmorgan, evanice, glenrisson, and fuhong computers

I know that i need a cipher to get evancice login but i can't find it? And i'm at a real loss for solving any of the other 3.

Queency May 10, 2015 11:12 AM replied to Captain_Mars

Captain_Mars, you need to

decipher the "hint": kvqjufs

one of the emails give you an other hint: Ceaser

just shift each letter 1 up in the alphabet

and you get jupiter

mitchyjt May 10, 2015 11:22 AM

Stuck with what to do with olivierriddle's computer, elizajones, fredmorgan and fuhong... Any ideas?

kaedinger May 10, 2015 11:23 AM

Who is

Olivier Riddle's brother, working on the movie



kaedinger May 10, 2015 11:25 AM replied to mitchyjt

For fuhong: Try their external mail system!

mitchyjt May 10, 2015 11:31 AM

kaedinger, its:

Nelson Riddle - he did the music, so the answer is:


mitchyjt May 10, 2015 11:34 AM

Thank you, kaedinger, it worked!

kaedinger May 10, 2015 11:37 AM replied to mitchyjt

Thanks a lot, this guy was not on IMDB!

mitchyjt May 10, 2015 11:38 AM replied to kaedinger

No problem! I searched Wikipedia for the 1962 film and it appeared there!

Queency May 10, 2015 11:44 AM

For anyone still having trouble with eddywolvers second game

google morse flags ...

Cause apparently that's a thing!

Captain_Mars May 10, 2015 11:50 AM

@ queency are you still suck on the flag puzzle? if so

the flags represent letters and numbers and if you look up visual flag meanings you should find the cipher

mitchyjt May 10, 2015 11:50 AM

For ninafez, the link between the four locations is that they are all Paris Metro lines, but that doesn't solve the password for the private file unless they all go to the same place...

mitchyjt May 10, 2015 12:02 PM

Worked out the private.key file for ninafez - you need to:

Get a map and triangulate the location using the four metro stations listed. The answer is:


Captain_Mars May 10, 2015 12:28 PM replied to Queency

any hints for unlocking

elizajones computer

mitchyjt May 10, 2015 12:50 PM

Anyone got any ideas for fredmorgan?

Grendorf1 May 10, 2015 1:10 PM replied to mitchyjt


I am working on the same problem with fredmorgan, everything else solved.

Here is what I am working with:

Obviously its his wifes nickname on the photo. Which when I looked at it is something like Horolucia. Then fred also emails eddywolvers to talk about how he loves the sea and her brother was in the navy. So I assume it is some sort of sea term/nickname.

Queency May 10, 2015 1:12 PM replied to Captain_Mars

I'm stuck there too

I'm guessing we're supposed to decipher the code. Just like we had to with evanice. The key is subatomicreaction but what's the encrypted word?


For FredMorgan, the word under the picture is

Honeybear, but that's not the pw.

Can anyone help with the third bot program? I can't code for shit..


For Eliza Jones

This one was really good. The @mcpltokgen is a twitter handle, use a vigenere cipher breaker with the code and subatomicreaction

mitchyjt May 10, 2015 1:18 PM replied to Queency

I've tried:

Bluebird, encrypting and decrypting with a Vigenère Cipher, but neither has worked... I'm not sure what else it would be


I'm really stuck in eddywolvers's first game. Any hints?


did you try the vigenete cypher with the twitter code?

mitchyjt May 10, 2015 1:27 PM replied to Kurt Kaiser

I have, but no matter which site I use it says I have the incorrect password... I'm assuming the most recent tweet is the one from 19 hours ago as I don't have Twitter


I played images curves in photoshop SPOILER *---- answer is clara*-------SPOILER ""

mitchyjt May 10, 2015 1:29 PM replied to mitchyjt

It finally worked - thank you!!

Grendorf1 May 10, 2015 1:32 PM replied to Kurt Kaiser

@Kurt Kaiser

Think about how you can chain all F3,F2, and F1 together to have one function do a lot of work. And its totally ok if those moves are being pushed into a wall. By doing that you can complete it in 5 main moves.


now i stuck dolans bot puzzle


try braille


^ That's actually for Bobby Love's test

mitchyjt May 10, 2015 1:55 PM

For bobbylove, there is definite time pressure. The way to decode the first part is:

Braille. You end up being told to take the starting number and:

Multiply by 5987, then add 7117. For the second part, you get a weird picture which I'm trying to work out now. It looks similar to:

The Pigpen Cipher but it doesn't make sense if its that, so I'll keep looking.


well it was not actually like a braille

Grendorf1 May 10, 2015 2:05 PM replied to Umut Yazıcı

For bobby love part 2:

Check the files on his computer.


Just solved that.

Make sure to use the echo, challenge, etc. codes from nsimple's email to help with time.


Last thing for me is to finish the coding for yacinehouri...
This is gonna take a while.

Grendorf1 May 10, 2015 2:11 PM

Anyone else on the door challenge?

Any ideas what to do with for the 2 missing mol files?

Grendorf1 May 10, 2015 2:16 PM replied to Kurt Kaiser

@Kurt Kaiser

I'll help break it down for you so you can get help one step at a time.

So, the idea is to chain all the functions together. I'll show you my solution one function at a time.

For F3:

move, light

For F2:


For F1:

ccw, F2,F2

For main:

ccw, F1, F1, F1, F1


You are amazing.. I was really close, but couldn't kept accidentally making infinite loops..

mitchyjt May 10, 2015 2:21 PM replied to Kurt Kaiser

I'm still stuck on the second part... I can't work out what the picture is saying. Also, how do the echo and challenge commands help with time, out of interest?


Read all the emails in his account

one of them shows how to use the '|' to do equations in the test itself, so I just made two prompts, challenge | function1 | function 2, and then used the up key to get back to them quickly,
the jpg should help you get the second method


I was having an issue with the last 2 molecules too, make sure you put the dot in front of them.

Patreon Contributor Questioner May 10, 2015 2:35 PM

I have a problem with


I believe that i shall use the mail service at mailer.mucomplex.com, and i found the "resetpass" instructions, but i can't make anything out of them.


Hi everyone !
Someone can help me with glenrisson ?
I don't understand how we can use the "unlock" commands !


I just understand, you have to ADD your name in the list and not replace an other.. --"


im at ninafez's puzzle i opened google earth drew a triangle and top of point of that triangle fell upon the st augistin. But thats not the answer :/

KyleB16 May 10, 2015 2:55 PM

Can someone help with dolanskanvo's coding?

mitchyjt May 10, 2015 3:00 PM replied to Umut Yazıcı

There are four stations. Make a square-y thing of those, and then connect the diagonals. The cross lands on

Temple Station, so the answer is



Math is not my strong suit, could some explain the solution for the first part of the eddywolvers puzzle? (As a spoiler of course, thanks!)

Deadvimz May 10, 2015 3:34 PM

Guys I really need help!
I made it to all the computers except the eddywolvers path.
I have all the molecules needed and all three other paths.
What I got in the first eddywolvers is :

+5,X2,-2 and it doesn't help me because it's not 8 or anything I tried.

I really need help because I'm so close to finishing this game!

kaedinger May 10, 2015 3:34 PM

Hello, world

That was cool.

kaedinger May 10, 2015 3:36 PM replied to Deadvimz


your start value is in the upper right corner


wow. you guys have figured All that out?

i'm stuck on like the second password, trying to get into the mainframe :D


I am going crazy over fredmorgan. I've figured out all the other's (at least for sector 5), and I can't get this one. I know that I'm looking for his wife's name, but I can't find it. Can someone point me in the right direction?

Deadvimz May 10, 2015 4:16 PM

Ughhhh I thought it was like a score for the minigame or something -.-
Thanks for the help!
Now I'm closer to completing the game!


Just finished the game...

'Hello, World'


Deadvimz May 10, 2015 4:39 PM

There is a hint in the mails that the levels of the pictures are wrong, maybe try to use the levels option in photoshop or something ;)
Need help with bobbylove part 2.
Can't figure out method2. :c

mweep May 10, 2015 4:44 PM replied to Deadvimz

Deadvimz, method2 is an image. I recommend screenshooting it.

It's clearly a code of some sorts

But what? Try looking in bobbylove's files

There should be an image file with a key

mweep May 10, 2015 4:45 PM replied to G

Yeah, I don't know exactly how to do it, maybe the levels in photoshop. Above, the answer is spoiled by someone, and there should be explanations

Deadvimz May 10, 2015 4:55 PM replied to Deadvimz

Nvm did it :D

Deadvimz May 10, 2015 5:01 PM replied to Deadvimz

Completed the game, have to say it was really good!

I knew the bitch will cross me >:C

-=MarkR=- May 10, 2015 5:20 PM

That sure was a nice one! Hard, but definitely not impossible. Glad to have google nowadays ;)
Sure you can find all answers in the comments (e.g. here, or at Kongrate's), but I challenge you to find the answers yourselves by only using the in-game clues.

The answer itself doesn't give the satisfaction, the road to it does!

Deadvimz May 10, 2015 5:33 PM replied to Deadvimz

I did like 95% of the game on my own and used this site for clues so I basically did 100% but with 5% of more clues ;)

Stereotomy May 10, 2015 6:00 PM

Well, I've finished the game, but it looks like there may be some additional secret. Does anybody know:

What the single letter at the end of each email means?


The password for the hidden .audio.mp3 on yacinehouri's computer?

Preliminary findings:

The email characters don't look like they're supposed to be formed into words. One possibility that I might try is that the .audio.mp3 password is just the email characters ordered by the date of the email. But there's no hint indicating that and I'm not sure I want to put the time in to go and find them all out if that turns out to be completely wrong

Also note that if you want to look into the above, you're not allowed to leave the mainframe once you ssh into it after unlocking all four features, so be careful!

jason9045 May 10, 2015 6:31 PM

Did anyone manage to screenshot the report.txt file that Lya tells you is unimportant? If you try to view that file a second time, she scolds you and tells you to stop wasting time.


Oi, I feel really stupid...

I've unlocked all the terminals and can't figure out where to go next.


I should say I've unlocked all the terminals except the mainframe.

captainhkb May 10, 2015 6:35 PM

Can anyone help with the password cypher on evanice's computer? I got the password hint but I'm stuck on deciphering it.


Can't take credit for this but here's a link to the report she hides from you: http://imgur.com/zZGu5RZ

mitchyjt May 10, 2015 6:45 PM

Someone managed to get a picture of the report.txt - its on

I did also read the password for .audio.mp3 but can't remember or find it...

jason9045 May 10, 2015 6:45 PM

Neat, thanks!

Also, I just tore some hair out on elizajones. Turns out,

The most recent tweet was not correct yet - I had to use the second in the list, and that got me right in. I won't say how long it took for me to try that, but it was definitely more than an hour. So try that if you're having trouble getting the password to work.

mitchyjt May 10, 2015 6:51 PM

The password is something to do with

sterilize something or other

TJrocker May 10, 2015 7:45 PM

What is the password for elizajones, because I do the decipher, and use the twitter code, and it doesn't give me anything!


Stuck on the door puzzle

I don't have all the molecules (missing two) and I'm not sure if I can make the ones I'm missing by combining the other ones... so far no luck yet!

Can someone nudge me in the right direction?

LabChowChow May 10, 2015 9:42 PM

I'm not sure if I'm doing something wrong or not after I unlock all the terminals...

At the end where I'm adding all the molecules to the door, I add in the five molecules that the life.crypt file tells me I need.

Once I type in "door start" and hit enter, the game makes a noise, all the text from the screen disappears, and then it just stays like that. Is this some sort of bug, or am I missing something?

LabChowChow May 10, 2015 9:47 PM replied to Devin

Do you have:

the ability to see hidden files yet?

If you do,

then you should be able to see some grayed out .mol files when you type in "ls" at the mainframe. Those hidden files contain the two missing molecules that you need. However, you might also notice

that the hidden files all start with a "." So if the hidden file you need is 1001.mol, then type in

door add .1001.mol

Mahburg May 10, 2015 9:53 PM replied to captainhkb

The 'double arrow 2' is your clue:

Shift each letter 2 in the hint toward the beginning of the alphabet.

sjdswanlund May 10, 2015 10:41 PM

I need help with the second bot game.

I can't figure out how to program the F1 sequence so I can use in it the main sequence. For example, if I type in "Bot Push F1 cw move move," the bot only turns cw when I play it out, skipping the move move one.


So I actually took the time to look into 'the email code' idea @Stereotomy suggested. The thing is, there's a few files that also have a random letter at the end you need to find, such as the pdf file on yacinehouri to get everything.

HOWEVER, if you do spend the time, it does contain a message. Sort of.

The first thing you get off the bat is 'base 64' and if you take everything after that, in chronological order through a base 64 decoder you get 'the password is: sterilizecomplex'

So @mitchyjt was very close.

Callidy May 11, 2015 12:07 AM

I'm loving this so far! But I'm stuck unlocking eddywolvers' computer. I used the hints and got past the first part, but I'm stuck on the second part. I've

translated the flags to read "square minus seven" and am assuming that it's another math problem, but the subtracting seven from the number in the corner isn't working.

anyone got any hints?

LabChowChow May 11, 2015 12:23 AM replied to Callidy

For the second part of eddywolver's computer:

Square the value in the corner first, then subtract seven.


Walkthrough for those who get stuck in first part: Please PLAY Episode 1 to understand how this all works.

Game opens and you are told that to identify use ssh willterk

sudo cat password we are told the password is peterobrian

we can now move forward by moving computers. Use help command if you forget commands.

ssh willterk leads to

mainframe. To go to the mainframe we need the password. Use the camera and light effects to get the password


and move onto the mainframe.

From the mainframe we can access a map which shows us other computers we can access. End Walkthrough

viviesque May 11, 2015 12:47 AM

I am so stuck on glenrisson, I don't even know where to start. Hints?

Devin May 11, 2015 12:51 AM replied to LabChowChow

Thanks, LabChowChow!

I need to get some new glasses, I did not see that leading period!

viviesque May 11, 2015 12:55 AM replied to viviesque

Jk, I got it. To give yourself permission to unlock the files you have to

add to the sec05ctrlconfig.txt "glenrisson: "true""

mitchyjt May 11, 2015 7:34 AM replied to LabChowChow

There is a video at the end but there are apparently a few glitches with it which are being addressed.

mitchyjt May 11, 2015 7:35 AM replied to akaiLV

Thank you, I couldn't remember the end bit! I'd finished the game by that point and it doesn't let you go without restarting so I couldn't just check through the emails again


For the wife's name

If you don't want to mess with photoshop just tilt your laptop screen way back

It's on the bottom left of the picture



for people having trouble with olivierriddle

the brother is an actual person, use the internet to find his full name. the password is in the same format as the computernames.


is anyone working on a walkthrough for any of this? I'm having some trouble on the bot puzzles, not sure how to code F1, F2 and F3.


nvm, worked it out!!


Are you able to find out

Olivier's brother worked on the movie Lolita


I saw that in the comments here, but I can't find it in the game itself.


Here is the solution to the Yacinehouri bot puzzle:

jason9045 May 11, 2015 6:28 PM

@Jay Lawhorn: No, you're supposed to use outside sources in both this game and the first one. The first game has you looking up ads from a newspaper from the 60s, so looking up a well-known movie is letting you off kind of light.


Beat the game, started over to try accumulating the letters from the ends of emails/pdfs/text files and get them in date order to see if they could form a password. Except I wasn't paying attention and accidentally got locked back in the mainframe.
Can't wait for someone else to solve these mysteries.

Alkalannar May 11, 2015 10:09 PM

All right. I am stuck on the formatting for the fuhong computer.

I have access to the mailer website, and am following the instructions in the resetpass command, but nothing works. What's the format to do the request?

XandroXandro May 11, 2015 10:09 PM

i got stuck on dolanskanvo's aptitude test im not sure how to chain the main to the f1 please help


Could someone please give me a hint for the dolanskanvo bot puzzle? I don't understand the F1 command or how to use it...

Alkalannar May 11, 2015 10:33 PM replied to maddy

bot push F1
bot push F1 , etc.

Then, in main, you can do:
bot push main F1

And whenever you do that, it executes every step in F1.

Also, it's ok to run into walls.

karry7 May 11, 2015 10:43 PM replied to maddy

The way I solved it, if it's the one with main and F1, is:

bot push F1 move
bot push F1 move
bot push F1 move
bot push cw
bot push F1
bot push cw
bot push F1
bot push ccw
bot push F1
bot push ccw
bot push F1
bot push ccw
bot push F1

It was quite fun

karry7 May 11, 2015 10:44 PM replied to maddy

now, how do you solve eddywolvers' encrypted challenge? I can't pass the first level no matter how many times I read through the hints...

Helpful May 12, 2015 12:05 AM

So this happened


How did you know that the film Olivier Riddle's brother worked on was




Correct guess for the audio file, someone paid the time to decrypt and here's the password:

And I suggest the Jayisgames admins to tune up the rating for this game for there's

vivid imitation of killing action and it's quite over my expectation to the game


For how to know it's the film,

Look up the camera. Google the script on the TV, then you'll come across the movie Lolita. Google Lolita, then in one of the film adaption you'll find the family name of one of the music composer is Riddle.


Ohhhhhhhhhhh ok. I thought hitting a wall was game over. Thanks a lot!

drewdogg416 May 12, 2015 11:54 AM

So, I'm on the last one for me, the BobbyLove test, and I can't figure out part one.

Everyone says it's braille, and I have it all written down on a piece of paper, but I can't figure it out at all. Please help guys! Thanks.

scalegrace May 12, 2015 2:28 PM

For fuhong:

The email layout is:

reset pass
*Insert resetpass here (no asterisks)*

LabChowChow May 12, 2015 5:22 PM

Yeah, I couldn't get the ending to play, so I had to watch it through a walkthrough video on YouTube. But outside of this little complication, it was a great game, and much more challenging than episode one, in my opinion!


Ahh, ok very clever. :)


Can we get a walkthrough, please? I am stupid, lol. I can't even get past

the four computers after opening the door. Which was easy.


Someone said about writing down the final letters from the emails,I did it but I can't solve the first eddywolvers puzzle,so I don't have his emails,and idk if that would give more emails

here it is

I just ordered then based on date,not time,the ones that I caughtwith the same date,I put them in () in order,example:(N=04/05/64 b=04/06/64),N comes first and b comes second on that date

b=8/13/61 6=11/05/61 4=06/10/62 G=06/12/62 J=05/04/64 z=06/03/64 z=07/11/64 y=08/03/64 e=09/09/64 h=12/24/62 V=06/11/62 G=05/11/64 p=09/02/64 k=05/04/64 c=03/18/64 x=09/01/64 3=04/06/64 (N=04/05/64 b=04/06/64) 3=04/10/64 V=08/02/64 m=09/10/64 H=12/04/63 i=06/29/64 j=09/30/64 d=07/21/64 a=08/12/64 (2=10/01/64 1=10/01/64) b=10/11/64 G=10/12/64 V=11/05/64 a=08/13/61 e=10/13/61 l=05/11/64 3=04/05/64 w=10/07/64 I=05/05/64 O=06/13/64 l=11/20/63 I=11/29/63 B=12/04/63

and I had this on my copy/paste,it's from yacinehouri's note,last line before his name

ID software: /Ad56g0ez4/to

btw,anyone to help me with eddywolvers?I got


but idk what to do next

kiwiprin May 13, 2015 12:07 AM

For those still stuck on fredmorgan's password...

As mentioned, you do need to adjust the levels. If you do not have access to photoshop or other program, you can google for a light level adjuster or photo editor. I used lunapic.


Or you can do what I do, look up a movie released on the exact date the email about Riddle's brother was sent


dailytherapyshop May 13, 2015 4:34 AM

For the vigenere cypher:

finally found a site that gave an actual message!


use subatomicreaction as the passphrase and whatever the tweet is for the message. leave key empty.

kaedinger May 13, 2015 1:35 PM replied to Alkalannar


It's expecting an actual email. Make sure it looks at least like "I want to reset the password. Computer: fuhong. ID: -idhere-" (or something like that) and send it to the correct email address.

Floripa80 May 13, 2015 8:21 PM replied to akaiLV

@Akailv, do you perhaps remember what the other files (not emails) are that have a letter/number at the end? There´s the pdf file from Eric Bolan on Yacine Houri´s computer, the crypted file from Will Terk on Glen Risson´s computer, but there has to be another one. There´s only 47 .mail files and I know the code needs 50 letters/numbers, so I am still missing 1 file. And I just HAVE to know!

saviourv May 14, 2015 11:34 AM

Who's the voice actress for Lya? I remember hearing that voice in a different game (Viricide).

ebik May 14, 2015 2:34 PM replied to Floripa80

I also cannot find one letter. But you can try decipher it also with few letters missing. All you need to know about base64 is

that every four letters of base64 maps to three letters of decoded text. So you can find where are missing letters.

Simply by trying to insert letters to the base64 until you get readable fragments of text.

I used this method to figure out what letters are in wrong place, so I was able to correct typos in the dates.

The last letter can be obtained the same way.

Simply by trying which letters gives readable output.

I'm also missing one letter. Here is count of letters for each computer

5 bobbylove
3 dolanskanvo
3 eddywolvers
3 elizajones
3 evanice
3 fredmorgan
5 fuhong
5 glenrisson
3 kyletopz
4 ninafez
4 olivierriddle
4 willterk
1 yacinehouri

and here is full letters list

12/24/62 08:04 AM h [jackparrot]
06/11/62 08:04 AM V [jackparrot]
05/11/64 06:47 AM G [jackparrot]

09/02/64 07:12 AM p |willterk|
05/04/64 01:44 PM k |willterk|
03/18/64 09:01 AM c |willterk|
09/01/64 02:01 PM x |willterk|

12/27/63 02:25 AM h |bobbylove|
07/08/64 12:12 PM B |bobbylove|
07/22/64 11:05 AM G |bobbylove|
10/01/64 09:45 AM b |bobbylove|
08/13/64 08:11 AM W |bobbylove|

08/15/61 03:03 PM s |yacinehouri|

08/13/61 08:23 PM a |glenrisson|
10/13/61 10:24 AM e |glenrisson|
04/05/64 08:26 AM 3 |glenrisson|
05/11/64 11:00 AM l |glenrisson|
11/09/64 09:10 AM 4 |glenrisson|

05/04/64 11:02 AM J |fuhong|
06/03/64 10:12 AM z |fuhong|
07/11/64 02:10 PM z |fuhong|
08/03/64 08:00 AM y |fuhong|
09/09/64 01:00 PM e |fuhong|

10/11/64 09:32 AM b |elizajones|
10/12/64 07:14 AM G |elizajones|
11/05/64 05:11 PM V |elizajones|

07/21/64 04:02 PM d |ninafez|
08/12/64 07:11 PM a |ninafez|
10/01/64 11:12 AM 1 |ninafez|
10/01/64 09:46 AM 2 |ninafez|

11/20/63 04:57 PM l |eddywolvers|
11/29/63 06:01 AM I |eddywolvers|
12/04/63 04:57 PM B |eddywolvers|

04/10/64 11:36 AM 3 |fredmorgan|
08/02/64 04:57 PM V |fredmorgan|
09/10/64 08:00 AM m |fredmorgan|

10/07/64 01:44 PM w |evanice|
05/05/64 01:44 PM I |evanice|
06/13/64 07:59 AM O |evanice|

04/06/64 09:13 AM 3 |kyletopz|
04/06/64 04:24 PM b |kyletopz|
04/05/64 01:59 PM N |kyletopz|

12/04/63 02:57 PM H |dolanskanvo|
06/29/64 02:11 PM i |dolanskanvo|
09/30/64 09:43 PM j |dolanskanvo|

08/13/61 09:01 AM b |olivierriddle|
11/05/61 09:54 AM 6 |olivierriddle|
06/10/62 03:41 PM 4 |olivierriddle|
06/12/62 07:14 AM G |olivierriddle|

09/29/64 03:49 PM V |??? NOT FOUND ???|

ebik May 14, 2015 2:38 PM replied to ebik

Ouch, I missed 'jackparrot' in the listing of number of letters in previous post. Here it is.

3 jackparrot

Floripa80 May 14, 2015 8:19 PM replied to ebik

ebik, 09/29/64 03:49 PM V is exactly the file I can´t find. If you look at the list of files in the walkthrough on Youtube you will find that they have found that file on glen risson´s computer (gin), but it´s not there in my game. Or maybe I´m missing something. Well, I hope somebody else can help us with the very frustrating, :-), mystery.

josephine17 May 14, 2015 10:00 PM replied to LabChowChow

I had the same problem, LabChowChow -- I got to the end and it was just a sound and a black screen. Thanks for reminding me I can go watch someone else's ending. :)

illumanator May 15, 2015 11:49 AM

I notice a lot of people struggling with eddywolvers...I am one of them!

Game one is easy.

translate the morse code and you get "+5, x2, -2".
You take the value given to you in the upper left side, do the math, and enter "solve (whatever your answer is)"

the second game has me perplexed. At first i thought they were country flags, then i decided to stick with the "morse code" theme and looked up "morse code flags." That helps but now I'm at a loss as to what to input to solve the puzzle. Any help?

illumanator May 15, 2015 12:03 PM replied to illumanator

solved it!

eddywolvers, game 2:

The flags correspond with morse code. They flags represent a different letter that eventually spells out "Square minus seven."
Again, you take the value given to you, times it by itself, then minus 7.
then enter "solve (your answer)

ebik May 16, 2015 6:15 AM replied to Floripa80

Now I have 5 emails and one crypt file on glenrisson. I could swear, that one of them was missing when I played it few days ago. Also today the game did not let me to to continue, I had to start a new game, thus I guess that the game was fixed.

PonyFlare May 16, 2015 6:06 PM replied to kiwiprin

Another option that could work, depending on your monitor, is

Just tilting the screen (or moving your head) to where the colours are off

PonyFlare May 16, 2015 6:14 PM replied to illumanator

For eddywolvers game 2..

So the first one was morse code... this is also a code

International Maritime Signal Flags, to be precise

Each flag represents a letter, which in turn represents a formula:

x^2-7, where x is the number given by the puzzle.

jediwizard7 May 17, 2015 6:35 PM

Does anyone have a picture of the camera from ninafez's computer?

jediwizard7 May 17, 2015 6:49 PM

Any hints for houri's bot challenge? I get the idea but I just can't figure out how to do it within the limitations.

csdsd May 17, 2015 10:18 PM replied to mitchyjt

I tried that, but it isn't working. I don't know how to solve Bobby Love's puzzle

Ryuuketsu May 17, 2015 11:47 PM

Hey! Ryuu here, I'm going to complete this wlktgh while I complete the game, any doubt no problem to contact me!
So far, I have this (when the game ends, you will be able to read complete)
NOTE: You can check all the files you want, I'm only giving you the steps to play (to the end) the game.
Friendly reminder: I'm a girl from Argentina, so pleeeeaaaase, forgive me for my horrible english n_nU
Let's begin.


ls : files
cat : display file content
help : display the help (this menu)
motd : display last message (LYA messagge)
ssh : move to another computer
sudo : run a command as administrator.
To read a file, use "cat".
To read a file as admin (use it everytime), type "sudo cat"

Part 1:
You start with Lya saying to identify yourself

Introduce SSH WILLTERK (no tabs)
Password: peterobrian

Now you are on WILL TERK computer.
To unlock the mainframe door, you have to
Type camera. This will show you a door and the password with 2 blank spaces: 5823B__

To find the missing letters you have to

Type light black. This will show the pad of the door with the missing part of the code. It is: A1.
The complete order is: 5823BA1.

You are now on the mainframe.
Type kiletopz. You are now on that computer.

This computer has a challenge, it is called
THE BOT CHALLENGE. It's about the invaders trying to reach the door. The problem is: it does not move, and you can't see the moves. You have to use your mind or read the solution.

How to pass the BOT CHALLENGE:

You have to use a different command for this:
bot map: display the challenge map.
bot sequences : use this command to see what you've done so far (remember, the Invaders DOES NOT MOVE).
bot clear: start over
bot help: display this menu
bot play: start/end the challenge
bot push: use "bot push" to "move" the Invaders.
Use "bot push move" to move 2 steps forward.
Use "bot push cw" to turn clockwise
Use "bot push ccw" to turn counter-clockwise.

Now, the challenge changes everytime you fail/you are playing for the first time. The challenge is not the same. All I can say is that you have to count or imagine the moves and the sequences as if the invaders is moving. But, remember, he is not going to move by any chance.

Once you complete the challenge, you unlocked the Kyle Topz computer. You have to change to Fred Morgan computer, do this:

Type ls. Type "sudo cat database.txt". Read the file, it has the password and the name of the next computer.
USER: fredmorgan
Password: b1581

You have to unlock the computer.

It's the name of the dead wife.
It's: clara

You unlocked the computer now. You can go to eddywolvers
You are asked to complete a challenge. It's like this:

If you type "cat method" it's going to give the solution, but morse code. (YEAH...............)

You have three boxes:
The level of the challenge (1/2).
The VALUE (this is VERY important, it's going to change every f*cking time you play the challenge) for example, let's say my value is 6.
And, the time box (30 sec. Just that. Yup. JUST 30 F*CKING SECONDS.)

If you translate the morse code it's going to give a math problem: AR + 5 x 2 - 2
The AR part, is our value. So, the solution is:
AR (my value) + 5 x 2 - 2. Solve this, and you will have 20.
Type "solve (and the result) and you end the first part of the challenge.

Mine it would be: 6 + 5 x 2 - 2
solve 20
Challenge Solved. Next Challenge.


You have three boxes, again.
The level: 2/2
The Value: (VERY IMPORTANT) Again, let's say my value is 6.
The time: The faster you end the first part, more time is going to have left for finish the second part.

If you type "cat method2.jpg" is going to show you a picture with flags.

This represents the maritime flag, if you look a picture of them, each on represents a letter.

Once you read the flags, the solution that is going to give you is:


And, you have the next math problem

You have the value (mine, for example, is 6) you have to "square the value" and then "minus 7".
That would be: 6^2-7

So, you have to

Type my example, but with your value with "solve" as the command.
You have now finished the second challenge.

You unlocked EDDY WOLVERS computer.

olympianswimlove May 20, 2015 12:08 PM replied to Questioner

For fuhong, do

(insert the id here)

Send that to the email they give you on the website http://mailer.mucomplex.com/

olympianswimlove May 20, 2015 12:55 PM replied to Questioner

When I sshed into the mainframe after unlocking the 4 terminals, nothing happened. I could still ssh into the other computers. Any ideas? Also, what do you do with the .mol files, because cat does not work.


Compiled the data for the password for the .audio.mp3

VGhIlHBhc3N3B3JkIGlzOiBzdGVyaWxpemVjb21wbGV$ which you need to put into a base64 decoder

which translates to: "The password is sterilizecomplex"

you can thank me later for how destructing this is

Kyttynjirr May 23, 2015 4:25 PM replied to Leopardmask

Right there with ya! ^u^


So for dolanskanvo's first aptitude test, my commands were:

Commands in sequence main (10/10):
Rotate clockwise
Call function F1
Rotate clockwise
Call function F1
Rotate counter-clockwise
Call function F1
Rotate counter-clockwise
Call function F1
Rotate counter-clockwise
Call function F1
Commands in sequence F1 (3/3):
Move forward two spaces.
Move forward two spaces.
Move forward two spaces.

Kyttynjirr May 25, 2015 10:50 PM

Well, dang. I finished it, but . . .

I *really* hated the ending. I mean, I figured it out about 20 minutes in based on the way Lya was talking and acting both in this episode and the first episode, but I was really, really hoping that I was wrong. Do all games/movies/etc. involving an AI aside from one video game I can think of and possibly one movie depict the AI as evil? (Not naming the game or the movie because it might be spoiler-ish.) Or have I just been exposed to a really small/poor selection? I wanted Lya to be good.... So I loved the gameplay, but the ending was, in my opinion, a total sucker punch, albeit pretty obvious. Oh, well.

ThemePark May 26, 2015 5:42 AM

Finally bothered to finish this, but only because of the badge on Kongregate. I am even less impressed with this episode than I was with the previous. And I am surprised this got such a high score here and over there, but I guess people are suckers for games with glaring errors, and high levels of tediousness for reasons I cannot begin to understand.

It seems like the developers can't decide what kind of game they want to make. It's a riddle game, it's a nerdish game, it's a text based game, it's a graphics based game. Why not just choose one, stick with it and actually make a better game?

And the tediousness of some of the tasks boggles my mind. Writing down info from 50 emails only to find out that it's only necessary if you want all the info, but not for completing the game. And having to translate some of the different codes. If this was a riddle game, that is what you would expect at every turn and then it would be fine. But this should not be a riddle game.

The only good thing is that at least I was expecting and prepared for having to use outside sources with this episode, something that was my biggest gripe with Episode 1. No game should make you do that, especially as this depends entirely on what websites the developers have chosen to use, and that their information is often faulty because they apparently didn't bother checking more than one website per puzzle for information.

Case in point, the morse puzzle. .-.-. does not mean a plus sign. It is a code, , meaning end of message. Wiki says that it is often written +, but that is simply not true. All decoders and images I could find list it as and nothing else.

And then it borrows quite heavily from a lot of media. Lolita, Terminator, Lightbot. And by borrows, I mean steals. Not graphics or audio, but concepts and ideas. There's hardly any originality in the game at all. By the time I got to the third bot puzzle, I ragequit.

And then there's a puzzle which can only be solved by guessing, something you apparently get voted down for pointing out on Kongregate. The metro puzzle.

Using triangulation to find the station located between the four mentioned stations means that the answer SHOULD be Arts et Metiers, as that is where the diagonal lines cross. But that answer is not accepted. So then you have to guess at which of the many stations around Arts et Metiers, that the developers thought of. I.e. that puzzle can only be solved by guessing. You would think that if you were gonna include puzzles in a game, that you would actually try to solve them before including them, to make sure they could actually be solved. But I guess that is too much to ask.

And just for clarity, I used an interactive map of the Paris metro, so I am sure I didn't not draw the lines wrong.

Also, I agree with Kyttynjirr.

It was obvious from the get go that Lya would turn out to be evil, as Kyttynjirr said, when has there ever been a good AI? They all turn evil eventually. Though I must admit that I didn't figure out what we had to do for her before I was finishing the game at the mainframe. And she keeps talking about freeing her.

But then there's the heavily Terminator inspired ending. Which was completely out of touch with the entire game. Why suddenly throw out a graphical ending when your game has been 99 % text based up until now. That's just inconsistent. And the ending is just Skynet all over again.

I also decided to decode the email code and listen to the audio before going to the mainframe for the last bit. After hearing that, why would the protagonist even help out Lya? Anyone with common sense would log out, and slowly walk away from their computer. She even talks about you helping with freeing her several times, which is never a good sign.

There was one thing that I liked about the game though, particularly about the ending.

That was the best use I have seen of a common programming phrase, and the best words that Lya could begin her speech with, considering she is an AI. So I gotta give them props for that.


Try turning down your screen luminosity or brightness to help you read the picture

, though I still don't know what it says


I am having such a hard time with elizajones. I've tried everything. I saw where someone said to use the second in the list? I don't follow that. Can someone PLEASE help me? it's the last thing I gotta get done. I've opened all the other stations.


The graph is in his files. It's like a disorganized pigpen cipher which is why it made no sense.

however, the answers i got "plus 4563 times 15822" give wrong solutions every time i manage to even write something under the time limit. i even wrote a program on my graphing calculator just to get this done in the given time and i still haven't passed just cause i always seem to get wrong results.


for part one

the braille translates to times 5987 plus 7117.
for part two you get a image of a pigpen cipher. You find the table

in his files. this translated to

plus 4653 times 15822 for me. However, up to now this has only yielded wrong solutions, and am hoping for help myself at this stage.


It would have been a bit more fun if I could copy and paste some of the strings. It seems like eddywolver's morse code is not translating correctly for me due to weird spacing, so I've been forced to look at the spoilers. Thank you Ryuuketsu for your walkthrough! According to that, the formula is

x + 5 * 2 - 2

but executed from left to right rather than the arithmetic standard order of operations. This is pretty annoying.

Other than this silliness and the fact that this is probably the most insecure network on the planet, this is a fantastic game. Brings me back to the old ARG days...

smellytrout May 28, 2015 6:41 PM

Super-quick walkthrough. Major sequence breaking within.

1) ssh evanice
2) ssh-agent
3) jupiter
4) ssh fredmorgan
5) unlock
6) clara
7) ssh eddywolvers
8) start
9) solve /*Take the value, add 5, times 2, minus 2*/
10) solve /*Take the value, square it, minus 7*/
NOTE: Steps 9 and 10 must be done with 30 seconds. Otherwise, go back to step 8.
11) cat content.lock
12) ssh mainframe
13) 5823ba1
14) cat molecules.tar
15) door add 3768.mol
16) door add 8017.mol
17) door add 2357.mol
18) door add .1001.mol
19) door add .2221.mol
20) door start


I still can't figure out how to reset the password on fuhong. I put in

(my id)

and sent it to the email, but it still won't work. Help?


oh my goodness thank you so much @smellytrout! that was the end!

Ending was kind of foreseen even if you didn't use the walkthrough. she's a crazy AI!


Got tired of waiting for a full text walkthrough, so I went ahead and made one. I used https://youtu.be/QkJQVv1vpnI for a basis, though I didn't include secrets or anything. I only explained puzzles that for which you need outside resources.

ssh willterk
ssh mainframe
ssh fuhong
(varies. go to mailer.mucomplex.com, input [email protected], then "reset pass", "fuhong", and your reset id)
ssh fredmorgan
ssh eddywolvers
cat method
(varies. use your value. add 5, multiply by 2, subtract 2 == answer).
solve answer
cat method2.jpg
"(value)^2-7"==answer (be quick!)
solve answer
cat content.lock
ssh mainframe
cat molecules.tar
ssh kyle topz
bot map
(varies. "bot push ccw" to turn counter clock wise, "bot push cw" to turn clockwise, "bot move" to move 2 spaces, "bot play" to move when done)
cat database.txt (note "password")
ssh dolanskanvo
bot map
(same as before)
bot push f1 move
bot push f1 move
bot push f1 move
bot push cw
bot push f1
bot push cw
bot push f1
bot push ccw
bot push move
bot push ccw
bot push f1
bot push ccw
bot push f1
bot play
cat database.txt (note "password")
ssh olivierriddle
ssh evanice
cat hint
(varies. use a caeser cipher, with the number after ssh-agent
ssh elizajones
cat ebolan.mail (note key "subatomicreaction")
(find a vigenere cipher code breaker, like this: http://www.mygeocachingprofile.com/codebreaker.vigenerecipher.aspx--go to twitter @mcpltokgen and find the latest tweet. put that into the code breaker, using subatomicreaction as key)
(message should have "password")
ssh ninafez
cat private.key
ssh mainframe
ssh glenrisson
sudo nano sec05ctrlconfig.txt
(edit name "cainmanister" to read "glenrisson", then hit escape)
cat hosts.lock (note "password")
ssh yacinehouri
bot map (ugh.)
bot push f3 move
bot push f3 light
bot push f2 f3
bot push f2 f3
bot push f1 ccw
bot push f1 f2
bot push f1 f2
bot push main ccw
bot push f1
bot push f1
bot push f1
bot push f1
bot play
cat database.txt (note "password")
ssh bobbylove
cat content.lock
ssh mainframe
door add 3768.mol
door add 8017.mol
door add 2357.mol
door add .1001.mol
door add .2221.mol
door start

silent george June 2, 2015 6:02 PM replied to kiwiprin

Or you might see it by getting down below your monitor and looking up. Worked for me.

saviourv June 2, 2015 6:07 PM replied to smellytrout

Saviour-V teleports in...

Whoa, that's a really quick solution. Never thought it could be done that way.

Saviour-V teleports out...

silent george June 3, 2015 1:38 PM replied to kiwiprin

What am I missing about eddywolvers?? I understand

that there are equations tied to codes, but I can't find the codes. No morse, no flag, nothing. One spoiler above mentioned "cat method", but there are no method files on any of the computers I've entered.

Frustrated, I'm just going to bash through based on spoilers, but I'd love to know what I missed.

Lourd June 4, 2015 3:15 PM replied to silent george

It's only after you type 'start' to begin the challenge, that the method file appears. You have to access it (and screenshot it) while the counter is timing down. Once you solve the first challenge, a different method file will appear for the second part of the challenge. Using tab to complete the name of the file makes grabbing these a little easier under time pressure.

silent george June 5, 2015 12:30 PM replied to Lourd

Ah, thanks! I have often forgotten to use 'ls' in unorthodox places.

albariusbeltis June 15, 2015 8:54 PM replied to Queency

yeah, those flags are used in the navy to represent letters so, search for them, in my case, the message was...

albariusbeltis June 15, 2015 8:58 PM replied to Umut Yazıcı


you can also move your head in one side of your screen and you will notice that the image is gettin the visual of the anwser

Severya June 18, 2015 11:43 PM replied to Grendorf1

I though it was "Honeybea" so I tried Beatrice, but that doesn't work


For elizajones

Be sure you have the right date and time set on your computer. I was having trouble because the real date and the date of my clock didn't match

laurisa1988 July 2, 2015 9:14 PM

please help moving to elizas computer is driving me nuts ive tried the last 3 days passwords and none have worked i cant access her computer please help

jennifer77520 July 12, 2015 2:38 AM replied to mitchyjt

stuck with 2/2 edd'computer.anyhelp:D

jennifer77520 July 12, 2015 9:37 AM

stuck with 2/2 edd'computer.anyhelp:D


To help with the bobbylove puzzle, I made an HTML file to do it for me, once I decoded the numbers. it also writes in the word 'solve' so that I can just copy the entire phrase and go.

The code is here. Simply paste the code into your favorite text editor and save it as an HTML file. Then run it, and press the buttons to open up a dialog that will ask you for the numbers. The results of the computations will then be put in below the button for that number, along with the word 'solve'.

It may take you a few times to get it, but I personally couldn't have done it without the script.

WARNING! This code contains javascript. If javascript is disabled in your browser, it WILL NOT work.

WARNING! The code also contains spoilers. Only look at the code if you don't care about decoding the numbers, or you already have.

Patrick September 25, 2015 11:41 PM replied to Patrick

That link is not working for me, so just in case I did it wrong, here is the URL.


ThemePark October 26, 2015 2:52 AM

The game link no longer works, as the game has been removed from Kongregate, and now has to be purchased on Steam.


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