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First, if you’re looking for my review of this game, try here.
This game is exceptionally hard, many of these puzzles were worked through as a group on stream, so I edited my stream video. I apologize for the low quality of the first few videos, it was an unplanned walkthrough!
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Part 1, Case 1
- Look at the six icons on the picture. What do they all represent?
- People who often work with beakers and chemicals are scientists. What do they study?
- Fiddle with the RGB and brightness on the picture until you see a hidden message.
- The answer is given to you.
- The author also wrote Brave New World.
- He was a politician.
- One of the most famous conspiracy theories.
- His wife’s name was Jacqueline Onassis, or, Jackie O.
- Fiddle with the RGB and brightness to find a man hiding somewhere.
- Look at what he’s holding.
- Think of Samuel Morse.
- Are you sure it wasn’t about aliens?
- It’s gone by many names over the years, but one is synonymous.
- The sign has weird language at the bottom. What is it in?
- It’s not a spoken language.
- It’s part of one of the most populated countries on the planet.
- Use scaling on the image.
- Read the middle clue.
- Man, he’s out of this world.
- The clue is a red herring.
- Sometimes, things can be very literal.
- Microsoft Word?
- If you were to read something opposite, which direction would you be reading?
- No, it’s not a cryptogram.
- What is a common numbering system that begins with 978? Every book has one. Find which book.
Part 1, Case 2
- The photo is a red herring. Or is it?
- You’ll need to use something you haven’t used yet.
- Do you need a mirror?
- King of the dinosaurs!
- Signature does not necessarily mean someone’s handwriting.
- Did you search for the number?
- The top result will contain your answer. It is not a city nor country, but a location within a country.
- What’s the opposite of an oasis?
- You don’t always need the picture viewer to view a picture.
- Did you go to the website? Try searching for it instead.
- Perhaps you’ll notice a familiar name in the list.
- Many people died in 1994. Not all of them were famous killers.
- He kept body parts in his freezer.
- The French…she means nothing!
- What else could a long number represent? A cipher?
- Fingerprints aren’t always unique identifiers.
- Anybody remember texting on flip phones where you had to use the numbers?
#6: Lucid Dreams
- Use one of your non-computer tools.
- What kind of number usually contains two dashes and ten digits?
- DiMAG gives you pretty much exactly what you need in his message.
- You can search many things on Google. Did you know you could also search things in a reverse order?
- Use one of your non-computer tools.
- You’ve seen these types of characters before. Not Excel, but…?
- Do a quick search, find a familiar name, and you’ll discover just what you need to access.
- With your newfound information, a place of learning awaits you.
- I can’t speak multiple languages, but something can.
- Who’s a good boy? You’re a good boy! Just remember to translate it back.
- Use one of your non-computer tools. The clue is small but also large.
- Your contacts list is growing!
- It’s bloody cold down there, but let’s put another shrimp on the barbie mate.
Part 1, Case 3
- This is an easy search. It’ll probably be the first result.
- What are the themes of the game? Perhaps there’s a school with that focus?
- Ello, gov’nur!
- Use a non-computer tool.
- It’s not a heat signature, so don’t look for dark and light.
- Maybe write it down and figure out what it is?
#3: Time Isolation
- The monster is a red herring.
- It’s a very easy cipher. Kind of like a word search.
- A specialized research center in a specific country.
#4: Game of Numbers
- Use a non-computer tool.
- Count the number of fingerprints.
- What does that number and that name have in common?
#5: A Lie
- Look at the color of the coupon, and where it is not applicable.
- The tape tells you about food. A specific type of food.
- Which real life brand does that coupon represent?
#6: The Photograph
- Find zoo openings in April of 1964.
- Open Google Maps, find that zoo, and follow to the east.
- This is actually one of the easiest puzzles.
#7: The Command
- Why always go forward? Sometimes backwards is just fine as well.
- There is definitely a red herring here.
- Not two directions, but one.
- Fiddle with the RGB to reveal something that you’ll need a real life device to decode.
- Use the in-game computer.
- This one is also quite easy; Google the English clues.
#9: The Assassination
- Fiddle with the RGB to see something.
- You may need to squint. A lot.
- The theme of the game is changing slightly. Achtung!
#10: Secret Message
- Dot dot dash dot.
- Save our ship!
Part 1, Case 4
- Time to save the environment!
- Google Maps to the rescue!
- Say Cheese!
- Thank You Larry Page.
- Algebra sucks, always has sucked, and always will suck.
- But hey, the internet.
#4: The Seven Dogs – III
- Another word for being sad or depressed.
- Oh lookie there.
#5: The Seven Dogs – IV
- Scales? How do they work?
- Wikipedia is your new best friend.
#6: The Seven Dogs – V
- It is not Morse Islands don’t even try it.
- Is he famous?
#7: A Broken Plan
- Bite my shiny metal ♥♥♥.
- One zero zero one one zero zero, the robot prayer.
- The answer is staring right at you.
#8: The DNA Strand
- You’ll need a converter.
- It’s a pretty basic one.
- Ignore the way you were taught to read English.
#9: A Messenger
- Bunch of squares!
- Familiar with Wi-Fi encryption?
- Where have I seen numbers like this before?
#10: The Ghost Files
- Chinese? It’s a trap!
- My eyes hurt!
- NATO phonetic alphabet
Part 1, Case 5
- Is that a full date?
- Twenty people?
- Killer in Omaha?
#2: The Serial Killer
- A lot of dots?
- There are a lot of red herrings here!
- Choose a side.
- November 9th, Friday? That doesn’t occur a lot.
- That’s not a computer slang.
- Are those numbers even?
- Let’s sing the Alphabet Song!
- The developer provided the following as the correct cipher: https://baldfatgit.files.wordpress.com/2010/02/distribution-of-symbols-small.jpg
- The developer has stated that this puzzle will be dramatically changed with the next update.
#7: Something Awful
- Separation is sometimes the key to happiness.
- A minus sign does not always equal subtraction.
- What’s nearby?
#8: The Dark Well
- Take your wing and fly.
- Fly to the web!
- Word is your friend.
#9: Strange Pictographs
- Beam them up!
- What is that old man doing at the sea?
- The answer is not the first.
- He killed himself in the 1960’s.
#10: Mind Blown
- This place is a pigsty.
- Or is it a pigpen? I can never remember.
- That… can’t really be it, right?
- This puzzle is incomplete, the developer will add it with the next update.