## The Guides: Puzzle Walkthrough and Solutions

Section 2:

2-1: Tap both blue circles at the same time.

2-2: Tap the top blue circle.

2-3: Simply organize the letters according to the colored dots to get “ENIGMA”.

2-4: Notice the letters “t s h m e t w w e t e f k s s”. If you separate the brown and orange, you “the weeks” and “smtwtfss”. The “s” with an orange circle around it represents Saturday, which is the answer.

2-5: Figure out the letters that are underneath each dot and put them together to get the answer: “ACCEPT”.

2-6: Swipe the screen to the left. The code tells you that TRUE = locked. That means “FALSE” = unlocked. So “FALSE” is the answer.

2-7: Swipe the screen to the left. Solve the equation. I chose 2 for x. So, 2 • 2 = 4, 4 + 36 = 40, 40/2 = 20, and 20 – 2 = 18. This gives you the number to use under “shift”. So enter the letters from the first screen “FGLW” into the decoder and enter 18 under “shift” to get the answer, “NOTE”.

2-8: The word “important” is underlined. That’s the answer!

2-9 & 2-10: Level 2-9 has some arrows that fade in and out. You can follow those in level 2-10 by tapping them in this order: Right, Right, Left, Right, Up, Down, Left, Up, Down, Left, ! — You should see letters each time you tap an arrow, until they spell out the words “STICK TO THE SIDE ROADS”.

2-11: The “00000” underlined stands for “ROADS” in the phrase from level 2-10. That’s the answer!

2-12: Just rotate all the pieces so they match up with the rest of the design. This is how it should look:

2-13: “THEY HELP MAKE INTERESTING THOUGHTS” — Pull out the white, orange and brown letters and arrange them based on the colored dots. This one was tricky, but the answer is “SEMAPHORE”.

2-14: The hint says “(1, 1)(2, 5)(6, 2)(2, 2)(6, 3)”. The first number in each set corresponds to the number of columns, while the second number corresponds to the rows. So the answer you get is “ARIEL”.

2-15: Swipe the screen to the left to see the correct sequence:
“1: ‘Satellite Interface’
2: ‘Transmitter Antenna’
3: ‘Solar Reflector 1/2’
4: ‘Satellite Interface’
5: ‘Dish Antenna’
6: ‘Thruster Support’
7: ‘Equipment Panel’
Stage integer: 7”
Find those words on the first screen and write down the corresponding letters to get “NLQNUXW”.
The “7” refers to Stage 07, which says “+9” next to it.
So… Enter “NLQNUXW” into the “a >> d” decoder and type “9” under “shift”. Then you get the answer, “ECHELON”.

2-16: The hint give you more number pairs: “(6, 3)(6, 2)(3, 5)(4, 5)((2, 2)(2, 4)”. Either go back to level 14 and find those letters or use a photo for reference if you took one. The answer you get is: “LISTEN”.

2-17: This one is currently glitched because it’s missing a sound file in Morse code. But the clue is “listen” from the previous level. The code would be “…–” or “3” if you use the decoder. So “3” is the answer. You can also get this answer by counting the three dots around the Earth.

2-18: Swipe the screen to the left. Translate all the binary and morse code and you get “xrxxe24xdx”. 24 translates to x as well. If you remove every “x,” you get the answer: “RED”.

2-19: Enter the numbers (3 25 4 15 14 9 1) into the “1 >> a” decoder to get the answer: “CYDONIA”.

2-20: You need to look at level 14 again for this one. Match the numbers in this level to the letters in level 14 and you get “FYIKQOC”. If you enter it into the “a >> d” decoder and Shift 10, you get the answer, “VOYAGES”. To get the clue for Shift 10, swipe the screen to the left and you will see “System security key equals the sum of null values”. The sum of null values (brown dots) is 10.

2-21: The hint says “RIVED IONS”. Swipe the screen to the left to see the number representations for the letters D I V E R S I O N. If you place them in order based on the hint, you get “7 18 15 15 13 12 1 11 5”. Enter that into the “1 >> a” decoder to get the answer, “GROOMLAKE”.

2-22: The hint is “D + V + R + S + N” and the photos says “ADD 13”. Use the letters from level 2-21 and you get 13 + 15 + 7 + 5 + 11 + 13 = 64. So “64” is the answer!

2-23: Slide all the rows until the brown lines are lined up. Then notice the word “base” right under the line. So the answer is “BASE”.

2-24: The hint is “bWFyaW5lcg==”. You have a new decoder available. Enter that into it without the “==” to get the answer, “MARINER”.

2-25: Take the first letter from each of the words in the headline, “Mars, Curiosity Might Locate Xenolith In X-Ray” — “MCMLXIX”. Translate that into a year and you get the answer, “1969”.

BONUS: Some levels have blinking letters as the hint. If you compile them, you get “MAPSCHRONOS”, which at least is partially used in the Compendium.

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### This Post Has 132 Comments

1. William Hu

1-14: Note the roman numberals, and how they are written like a fraction. The answer is 12/4, which is three, or ‘iii’.

1-15: Caesar shift. You can use the decoder (shift 3). Answer is ‘shift’.

1-16: Shift 4 (four dots). Answer is ‘like a bad star’.

1-17: Press dots in reverse size order.

1-18: It’s morse code. Answer is ‘signal’.

1-19: Morse code again. Answer is ‘sky’.

1-20: Take the numbered letters in order to get the word ‘delayed’.

1-21: You can slide the screen to the left to reveal a computer interface. In the gibberish you can see the letters ‘sdvw’. Apply Caesar shift of 3 to get the word ‘past’.

1-22: Line up the 4 vertical dashes in the transparency with the red ones on the screen. Take the numbered letters in order to get ‘cerebral’.

1-23: Note the 13 dots spinning around. Apply Caesar shift of 13 to the text to get ‘it is simple’.

1-24. The series of black and white dots in the white panel at the top represents another binary code – white is 0, black is 1. Decode using binary to get ‘senses’.

1-25: No clue. The sequence must be given by another puzzle.

2-1,2,3: Tap both circles at the same time, then the top circle. Match the letters with their corresponding positions below by color to get ‘enigma’.

2-4: Read brown letters ; ‘the weeks’. Read orange letters: smtwtfs. They are the initials of the days of the week starting from sunday. So the highlighted s which is the solution is ‘saturday’.

2-5: Fill in the blanks with the letter that makes most sense, then take them all in order to get ‘accept’.

2-6: Swipe the screen to the left to see that a locking boolean value is set to ‘true’. Type ‘false’ to fix this.

2-7: Caesar shift 18 to get ‘note’.

2-8: Stuck.

1. Thanks. I actually have all the answers. Just give me a chance to update this. 🙂

1. Helpme

Why do you Caesar shift 18 on 2-7

1. Domo

Make x=0
0×2=y
Y=0
0+36=z
Z=36
36÷2=a
A=18
18-0=b
B=18

2. Mike Brown

“The next step is IMPORTANT…” Important is the answer.

I am stuck on 2-18…

1. One second, I’ll add that one. 🙂

3. Paul shield

I need help on 2-13

1. You need to make a word out of the letters that match the colored dots.

2. hilal

Semaphore is the answer which is when u send messages with flags or smth

4. allen

2-8 answer is important

5. Jeran

Can I get a HINT for 2-18?

6. Katy

2-8 is important

7. Makinzie

Did you figure out 1-25??? If not its by sound, its a higher note, bottom, right, top, bottom, right, bottom. And then it’ll take you on

1-25. The sequence is given in the previous answer “senses”. The dots represent compass points. s=South, e=East, n=North (West is not used). Spell “senses” using the compass points…
fq fp pfjmib

1. Ahhh I missed that connection between the two. Thanks!

3. Scott

Bonus: It is not MAP-SCHRONOS it is 1) MAPS 2) CHRONOS. MAPS is used in the companion. I’m not yet sure what CHRONOS is used for.

1. Thanks! I still need to get into the compendium. Didn’t realize it has its own puzzles. Nice!

4. Rick

I’m stuck on 2-22
The hint is D+V+R+S+N. And the picture shows add 13.

1. Refer to the previous level. 🙂

1. Rick

Got it. Thanks

2. Mark

Thanks for setting up this thread on 2-22. I’m stuck. Seems like I’ve tried every combination of letters involving the previous screen and adding 13, but nothing works. Can you be a bit more explicit?

Thanks!

1. Are you still stuck?

1. Mark

Thanks for the reply. Unfortunately yes I’m still stuck. I set the game aside for a bit hoping for some inspiration.

1. You turned the letters into numbers?

1. Mark

Yeah, I’ve tried turning DIVERSION, DVRSN, GROOM LAKE all into numbers using “1>>a” decoder. Adding them up and typing in that sum and also that sum + 13. Clearly I’m missing something basic.

1. Try using the info from the previous level instead of the decoder.

1. Mark

Ahhh…got it! Thanks!

1. 🙂

3. Oscar

Why is the answer to the second puzzle AURAS?

1. Still not sure. :/ Someone gave me the answer and it worked, but I didn’t understand their explanation.

1. Nate

Section 1-12 contains a document with file ID #3-108097, hence “as in 108097.” It has 5 paragraphs. The first letter of each of these spells out AURAS.

5. XXY

2-20. Swipe the screen to the left and you will see ‘System security key equlas the sum of null values’. The sum of null values (brown dots) is 10. That’s the clue for Shift 10.

By the way, I wonder why MCMLXIX means 1969.

1. Ahhh I missed that up at the top there. Thanks!

2-25: They’re Roman Numerals. 🙂 It’s the one puzzle in the game that you would have to either know already or look online.

1. XXY

Ah! I’m sorry that I only knew I V X, and in my country Roman Numerals are only used as question numbers in English examination papers lol.

1. I needed to check online for M, C & L myself – you really only see them in reference to dates.

2. Domo

Romain numerals

6. xxdy

how does the arrows spell out anything in 2-10. “The guide”, no pun, said that 2-10 arrows spell out roads. How is that even possible?

1. If you tap the arrows in the right order, you should see letters below them. If you put them all together, that’s what they spell out.

7. Rick

I need help again 🙁
2-24. I can’t figure out the hint.
Thanks

1. Poke around through the menu. 😉

1. Rick

Still can’t figure it out ?

1. There’s a new decoder available.

1. Rick

Right. Thats the one that ends in ==
If i’m right, i just have to figure out which groups of letters or numbers to plug in, correct?

1. Don’t overthink it. 😉

1. Rick

Here’s the dumbest question of the day. I’m on the puzzle, but for the life of me I can’t remember how to get the letters on the screen.

1. What do you mean?

1. Rick

If I’m not mistaken, just like the previous puzzle,you slide you finger up and down over the pic of the clouds to move the letters.

1. When I swipe on the clouds in 2-24, nothing happens.

8. rick

Well, I still can’t figure out the puzzle.
Can you please tell me the answer?
Thanks

1. Enter the full text hint, exactly as you see it, into the new decoder. You may have to leave off the “==”. Try it with and without.

9. Me

The second answer in the compendium is “auras”. The first letters in the 5 paragraphs on the note with “important ” underlined

1. Great, thanks!

1. ausmapa

I don’t get why “auras” is the answer. I can only see 4 paragraphs and the first letters in those paragraphs don’t spell auras…

1. Sorry. Someone gave me the answer and I meant to go back and show the reasoning. Will do that now.

2. Yeah, I just looked and I don’t get it either. Not sure how he got AURAS.

1. Michelle

It is actually in the note from 1-12, FILE ID: 3-108,097. The first five letters of those paragraphs is AURAS.

10. Boothey

Any help with 2.11?

1. You want a hint?

2. Hint: Pay attention to the previous level.

11. Ngraham

Stuck on 2-18

1. Did you swipe to the left?

12. Helpme

Why is there a Caesar shift of 18?

1. If you swipe left and solve the equation, you get 18.

13. yl

stuck on 2-17 – what’s the flashing r?

1. When you see a flashing letter, it’s not really a clue. It’s for something else.

1. yl

so what’s the clue?

1. There was an audio clue but it’s currently bugged. There’s a sort of visual clue as well, but it might not be very obvious. Let me know if you want more details.

1. JC

Also stuck on this one! I can’t see or hear any obvious clue – no ideas! Can see the three dots but unsure of what to decode! Further hints would be helpful 🙂

1. The answer is in your comment. 😉

1. JC

oh! well, that was unexpected! onwards and upwards!

14. hilal

Any help with 2.13?

1. It’s a tricky one. But you need to make a word out of the brown, white and orange letters based on the same colored dots.

15. Paul shield

Thats what I thought. Still having a hard time figuring out what the word is. I’ll get it eventually…if not ill be back begging

1. It’s not a word you’d use on a regular basis. I had a really hard time with that level, too,

1. Paul shield

Do the letters have to match up to the dots? Ie the first dot is white therefor the first letter is a white letter. Second dot is yellow second letter yellow etc

1. Paul shield

Bingo! Thank you

16. hilal

Stuck on 2.14 🙁 what do all these circles mean and the (1,1)? Man this game gets hard !

1. The numbers in the parentheses refer to rows and columns

17. Paul shield

I’m having a hard time with 2-18. Hints?

1. Did you swipe left already?

1. Paul shield

Yeah I could only come up with “xrxxe24xdx”

1. Try to see if you can turn that number into a letter.

1. Rick

Help with 2-18! I came to the same conclusion as Paul. Saw your comment and tried every letter in the alphabet to replace 24. Nothing worked. Any more hints? Multiple letters? Tried some of those also.

1. You’re overthinking it. 😉
Look at the rest of the answers you got and see if it makes more sense.

18. Miguel Reyes

HELP!!!! 2-11?!?!!?

19. Miguel Reyes

nvm 2-11 i solved it.. im stuck on 2-12… i need help

20. Patrick

Hey, first off, thanks for this!
Second, just a minor correction: the shifted phrase in the Caesar pic of the Compendium says, “Alea iacta est” – it’s a well-known Latin phrase meaning “the dice is cast”, i.e. ‘fate has been decided’.
Not sure if it will mean anything later, but just in case.

1. Thanks! Will update the post. 🙂

21. Paul Shield

Just finished! Great game. Any suggestions for another app like this?

1. Have you played Enigmon? Device 6?

22. Brendan

2.15 (satellite) – I can’t work this one out! Anybody got a clue?

1. Did you swipe to the left?

23. hilal

I need help with 2-20 !! i’ve tried everything!

1. Have you looked back at level 14?

1. hilal

Yes I actually fo all I got is , cfikoqy now what ?

1. Try swiping the screen to the left.

1. hilal

I checked that, its 10 so its a shift by 10? But 8s still doesn’t make sense

1. Yes, shift 10. What do you mean 8s?

1. hilal

I did a shift to the lettres they gave me, svyaego which still doesn’t make sense, can u hive me the anwer cz its 2 am and I want to solve this puzzle and get on with my life ?

1. From my walkthrough:

2-20: You need to look at level 14 again for this one. Match the numbers in this level to the letters in level 14 and you get “FYIKQOC”. If you enter it into the “a >> d” decoder and Shift 10, you get the answer, “VOYAGES”. To get the clue for Shift 10, swipe the screen to the left and you will see “System security key equals the sum of null values”. The sum of null values (brown dots) is 10.

1. hilal

Now I únderstood what was wrong !! I wasn’t matching the numbers ! Anws thank you sooooooo much ❤ I can finally sleep ?

1. 🙂

24. Pixnoelle

2.24 this one is spelled wrong…

1. What is? Did I copy the code wrong?

25. imran

Help out at 2.11!!!!!

26. Sammroxanne

For the compendium message you get after putting in the password in part 2,you end up with : QIJSVRSA and if you shift it by 4 you end up with mefor now. I don’t understand what it means…

27. Aqib Sagri

28. Linda

2-4 is saturday. You hint says you have smtwtfss, but there is one s to many at the end.

29. Matthew

The second compendium password…

“Within 108,097:” Section 1-12 of The Guides has ‘FILE ID 3-108,097’.

“The of each in which there are five.” There are five paragraphs in the document. The first letter of each paragraph spells ‘AURAS’.

30. Officer Shibe

PART THREE IS RELEASED

3:1

Hold the first dot and drag outward. Then, tap the third dot.

3:2

oh look at that. I’m stuck.

1. For me, just holding both dots at the same time works.

And yep, been staring at 2 and can’t make any sense of it.

1. Officer Shibe

Found it out.

3:2 Align the Xs with the letters in the phrase at the top vertically.

3:3 Can’t make sense of the pattern. W, first E, S in six, and T in eight.

3:4 Put the letters in sequence from the previous problem.

3:5 Swipe right. Convert from letters to numbers in the sequence provided. Swipe back and click the letters in order: V, I, G, N, last E in seven, T, T, first E in seven.

3:6 Stuck. Attempted tilting the screen to view at a different perspective, as well as viewing from afar, yet to no avail.

1. Ahhh thanks! Working on 3-2 now.

2. I tried looking at 3-6 like a Magic Eye, but I don’t think it works.

1. Officer Shibe

Found the solution. Certainly an interesting one.

3:6 Tab on the bottom left to pull up the decoders. Tap on the last icon on the right sidebar. This is the camera. Never knew it’s purpose until now. It overlays the image with a red tint. It only reveals what the red is displaying. Certainly an odd one.

3:7 Mirror dots.

3:8 Go back one stage.

3:9 I assume this one has something to do with binary, as the phrase 1-5 is bolded near the bottom. Stage 1:5 involves a binary system and a grid. Can’t seem to figure this one out anyways.

1. Yeah, we figured out the others, just stuck on 9.

1. ugacsaka

Convert Binary in 1-5..;)

31. Officer Shibe

Damn. Can’t believe I missed that. Thanks.

You know the drill. More levels solved, stuck on one more.

3:9 The numbers 1-5 are bolded at the bottom of the sheet. It also talks about how binary is involved. Go to 1:5 and enter the 1s and 0s into the binary translator.

3:10 Swipe to the left to pull the console into view. The box at the top is a grid. Notice the string interconnecting the numbers on the previous screen, as well as the letters to the left of them. Go in order of the string, and use whichever letter that the number corresponds to. (e.g. The beginning of the string is B [4]. Go to line B on the console screen and line up the number with the letter on the grid. The first letter is S.)

3:11 Look closely. There are small cuts in between the parallel contact point between the small circle and large circle. Line them up. This is the key. Use the phrase in the center to get the answer. Find each letter on the outer circle and line each up with their partners on the inner circle.

3:12 Stuck. I’ve tried everything to my knowledge.

1. 3-12 is more straightforward than the previous level! (At least in hindsight. 😉 )

1. ugacsaka

Exactly!

2. Officer Shibe

Yeah… This is going to sound pathetic, but it’s been about a week now and I’m still stuck on this level. I’ve tried decoding by using the position that the cipher was in when the level started and the phrase in the middle, “LXAA…” I’ve tried countless other possible cipher angles, and all have been incorrect. I’ve even tried the cipher in the previous level, as well as “déjà vu”, since I’ve thought that through.

Help?

1. Focus on the letters in the middle.

32. Marty

3.12 any help pls I’ve been stuck on this for two weeks I’ve focused on both Lxaad and k… My brain hurts now lol

33. akaiLV

Just to let you know, I did the crossword for part one of the Compendium, it is possible, though two of the clues come from things in the puzzles than the actually inputs like the others.

The letters in the highlighted boxes didn’t make much sense other than possibly being an anagram of “DESTROYER”.

I’m going to try and work out the Word Search later, see if the unused letters hint at something as well.

34. skamsie

I think the one with the planets is a bug…
The hint says ‘S > J > N > E > M’ and you can solve it by tapping the circles (planets) from the biggest to the smallest. However in reality Jupiter is bigger than Saturn so the hint should be ‘J > S > N > E > M’

35. Mariam

In the Compendium, QIJSVRSA translates to “MEFORNOW” (shift 4)

1. Kay

Where does MEFORNOW help later? What’s the relevance? Anyone know?

36. Klay

Can anyone help with the “AAAAAAA RO” one?

37. Kay McBath

Compendium – Chapter 1 – Crossword puzzle – When I fill in all the answers to the crossword puzzle from the various levels in the Guides, I get the following letters in the shaded boxes: ETRDSYERO. Unscrambled, either DESTROYED or ROSYTERED. But I have no idea how this helps!

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