A game built around three unique puzzles
For the course of DR. Brian Vaughan
Thursday 24th October
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.
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
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
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
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
The aim is to obtain the next four logical continuation
This four next acronym will be the password to the door.
The logical continuation corresponds to the number and the
same number reversed
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