The Guides Axiom
By: Kevin Bradford LLC (Luke Lisi)
This is a complete walkthrough guide with hints, tips, tricks, answers and solutions for the iOS and Android puzzle game, The Guides Axiom by Kevin Bradford and Luke Lisi.
The original Guides also got a new level. I posted the solution here.
Note: I split the walkthrough into two pages. If you can’t find what you’re looking for here, try the second page.
You can watch my full video walkthrough here or continue below for my step-by-step guide:
Level 1: Just tap the circle.
Level 2: Place three fingers one the screen, one on each of the circles at the same time so they all turn brown.
Level 3: When you tap a circle, it and the circles directly to the right and left of it change to the opposite color. You need to turn them all brown.
Level 4: The circles reveal the letters INPUT.
Level 5: Tap each circle to reveal a number.
Level 6: You can choose whether to input a User Code Name. If you want to, just type it in the input box and press SUBMIT.
Level 7: Tap to rotate the circles at the top so the white dots match up with the white dots around each circle. It’s different each time.
Level 8: You need to enter the access code from before. You can do this one of two ways — by inputting the code 14454 in the input box, or pressing the numbered buttons at the top of the screen.
Later on, when you have the Caesar cipher decoder, you can unlock a new page. First, take the numbers 2 1 13 2 shown in the screenshot below. If you use the numbers to letters decoder, you get BAMB. Use the Caesar cipher decoder with shift 8 (the hint is R(8)) to get TSET. Reverse it (R) to get TEST.
Enter TEST to get this page:
Level 9: Tap to change the blue circles to 0 and the beige circles to 1.
There’s a secondary solution here that unlocks Level 13. Use the binary decoder to turn the binary into letters. You get INVERTED.
Level 10: Find the binary decoder in the menu. Then enter the numbers at the top, 01110111 01100001 01101001 01110100, to get the word “wait.” Enter that as the answer.
If you look at the level select screen, the thumbnail for this level shows eight binary groups instead of just four. They go:
That unlocks this weird blank page:
Level 11: Look at the lights at the top of the screen. They spell out NODE.
To unlock a bonus level, take a photo using the in-game camera and look at it. It says PAGE at the top. Input PAGE.
PAGE gives you this:
Level 12: press ACTIVATE, to gain access to the level selector and other levels.
Level 13: This unlocks after you get the answer for level 9. Invert the numbers so you get:
Level 14: Pay attention to the highlighted letters: P A U S E
Level 15: Use the in-game camera to take a screenshot. Then look at the photo. The letters say SAVE.
If you look at the thumbnail of the level in the level select screen, you can see the numbers 16 12 1 14. I assume there will be a decoder later for this, but if you want to solve it now, just count the letters of the alphabet. So 16 = P, 12 = L, 1 = A, and 14 = N.
This will unlock this page:
Level 16: Notice the highlighted binary code. Use the binary decoder and enter the numbers 01100101 01100011 01101000 01101111
While you’re here, take a photo of the screen and look at the photo to get a clue for level 17.
There’s some a binary code in the photo. It shows:
Decode it and you get PROPOSAL. Enter that and you’ll get access to this page:
Once you’ve unlocked Level 44, you can look at the eight clocks in the upper right corner of the screen. Find the letters on the big wheel each clock is pointing to. They spell out TWOSEVEN or 27.
Input 27 to get this weird page.
Also, if you look at the 5 dials in the center of the Polaroid and use level 2-14 from the original Guides, you get QUBIT in semaphore. Enter QUBIT to get a blank page.
Level 17: Copy the pattern you saw in the photo in level 16.
Level 18: Turn the dots into binary code. So it goes:
Level 19: I recommend double-tapping to zoom in for this one. It’s pretty hard to see on an iPhone otherwise. You need to find the letters that have a tiny dot blow them. Put them together to get the answer.
Level 20: Find the capital letters and put them together to get the answer.
Also, if you pick out the numbers, you get 19 5 22 5 14 20 5 5 14. Translate those into letters of the alphabet and you get SEVENTEEN. If you put the lowercase letters together, you get kyvfip. Do a Caesar cipher decoder to 17 letters and you get THEORY. Enter THEORY to get this page:
Level 21: You need to turn all the circles brown through trial and error.
Level 22: Tap each circle to change the letter to the right of it, until they spell out TRIAL. Basically, choose any circle first, then tap the one that turns into a letter.
Level 23: Tap the circles to make them spell out the word ERROR.
Level 24: Turn each circle so the maroon half points towards the center.
Level 25: Use the in-game camera to take a photo to see some letters highlighted.
To unlock another page, pick out the letters in between LETTERS. You get DBOKDSCO. Use the Caesar cipher decoder you get later to shift them 10 letters over (for the 10 dots) to get TREATISE. Enter TREATISE to unlock the page below. Notice the numbers 4762 highlighted. If you enter that into Level 30, you get another blank page.
Click on the little numbers below to continue to Levels 26 – 100, or click here.
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