That was tricky if you don't ensure you note the words correctly. I almost went the extra distance just to get it wrong because of that lol
I've got 15 numbers and last 4 can be converted to 13AR somehow. The text converted from other numbers makes no sense to me. I am sure that I note the words correctly and the distance are correct. No idea how to do next. I think it should not be that complex since the first solver did it really quick.
Anything helpful is appreciate.
You need 16
Wow, that's really helpful. Thanks.
However I still think the keyword is not reasonable.
And how do you obtain the 16th number? I don't know where to look
As long as you can see the keyword, you should have it correct ;)
Same issue here. Have only 5 for the prefix at the moment (and a passcode circuit overheating :-) )
As a CS engineer, bottom right hint was most helpful.
I'm so lost with the bottom right. I believe I know what the numbers mean but the rest is still gibberish. looks like "gimme anime" but that might just be the 8 hours of fruitless attempts
Are either of the codes at the the bottom used? I know I need the difference between words but not entirely sure what that means. I would end up with all numbers how do I get the keyword and the other letters I need?
I made it, finally. This was driving me nuts!
Oh! Yes that's what also killed me! Now I got it!
Something like this?
A distance is the same no matter which direction you travel. So, something like this, but not quite.
No, you don't need any of the bottom codes. If you got numbers, you have to convert them to letters (but not all of them).
Throw the rest of us a clue? I have the keyword and suffix, but every time I think I have the prefix it turns out to be wrong.
There are 16 words, if I follow the hints I will get 15 differences, and I think some of you understand what I mean, there is one number missing at the prefix section. lol
Do I need 16 Numbers? If I subtract the difference I end up with 15
There might be a word at the very beginning that you cannot see. Well, what nerds would call a word. Normal people wouldn't
I end up with 5 numbers, keyword, suffix. One of the five numbers is two digits. Does that count as two numbers?
Is the keyword one of the words on screen?
No. To be honest you don't have to look specifically for keyword. It will reveal itself if you correctly decode everything.
This sneaky trap cost me at least one hour 🙈
I got it.
true, I was stopped long enough to see the trick 😅
There's an invisible word in front of the 'a'?
If you have 16 words, you only get 15 differences. So, you need 17 words if you need 16 differences. There is a word that you can always add without changing anything.
for everyone who can't find any clue / hints here.. all you need to know is already in this thread, you only need to be extra careful what to count and what to find =)