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  • Gameplay  and   Ludology       A  game  built  around  three  unique  puzzles     For  the  course  of    DR.  Brian  Vaughan   Alexandre  Bouhsane   Thomas  Bousquet   Thursday  24th  October  
  • Survival.     A  man  needs  to  access  to  a  room  in  order  to   be  protected  from  a  nuclear  attack.   This  attack  is  scheduled  in  10min  from  now.     To  do  so,  he  has  to  enter  a  digital  code  in  front   of  the  door  to  open  it.       The   code.  (game  start  =  Found  the  code   before  the  attack)    
  • The  digital  code  is  accessible  from  a   book  on  a  bookshelf  (puzzle  one)   Aim  found  the  specific  book  between  all  the  book.    
  • Books  are  arranged  alphabetically.   There  are  3000   Found  two  clues  to  find  the  book.   The  only  way  to  find  the  book  is  to  know  its  number  and  his   letter.   Puzzle  one  :  If  May  4th  is  a  Wednesday,  what  day  of  the   week  is  June  4  of  the  same  year?  The  first  letter  of  this  day   give  you  the  letter  of  the  book.   Puzzle  two:    the  number  of     lines  determine  the  number     of  the  book.  
  • Puzzle  one  :    The  month  of  May  has  31  days  that   account  for  four  weeks  and  three  days.  We  just   have  to  move  forward  about  three  days.  June  4   is  a  Saturday.     Puzzle  two:  9  lines.     The  right  book  is  situate  on  the  shelf,  in  the   «  S  »  section  and  between  all  the  book  on  the   «  S  »  section,  the  book  we  are  looking  for  is  the   number  nine.  
  • The  book  is  written  in  an  ancient  ink   that  can  be  read  only  with  the  proper   lens  /  color  (puzzle  two)   In  order  to  reveal  the  writing  of  the  book,  we  have  to  spray   the  black  liquid  over  the  blank  page.   We  know  that  the  only  way  to  read  the  ink  is  to  get  the  color   black.   For  that  we  have  at  our  disposal  recipients  containing  liquid   color  Red,  blue  green.     The  aim  is  to  mix  the  liquid  color  to  obtain  the  color  black.    
  • Red  +  Green  =  Yellow     Green  +  Blue  =  Cyan     Blue  +  Red  =  Magenta          Cyan  absorbs  red              Magenta  absorbs  green              The  Yellow  absorbs  blue     So  C  +  M  +  Y  produces  black   The  secondary  colors  are  defined  by  adding  two  primary  colors  and  black  is   produced  by  the  addition  of  the  three  secondary  colors  
  • The  book  is  written  in  code.     He  has  to  be  decrypted  it     Puzzle  three     The  aim  is  to  obtain  the  next  four  logical  continuation   acronym.     This  four  next  acronym  will  be  the  password  to  the  door.    
  •  The  logical  continuation  corresponds  to  the  number  and    the   same  number  reversed