The Guides Axiom: Walkthrough Guide and Solutions

Level 31: This unlocks after you solve level 13. The binary is vertical. It goes:

01100011
01100001
01110000
01101001
01110100
01100001
01101100
01110011

Answer: CAPITALS

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Level 32: Look at the first letter of each sentence. It spells out SUBTRACT.

Answer: SUBTRACT

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Level 33: Count the lines of dots. You get 12, 26, 10. But if you tap the little arrows on the left side of the text input bar, you’ll see a hint, 7. Subtract 7 from each number and you get 5, 19, 3 or E S C. You can also use a Caesar cipher to get the answer, as 12 26 10 translates to L Z J, shifted 7 over becomes ESC.

Answer: ESC

If you count all the dots, you get 48. Subtract the number of lines, 3, and you get 45. Enter 45 to unlock this page.

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Level 34: Take a photo. Notice the arrow is pointing at the word NUMERALS.

Answer: NUMERALS

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Level 35: It says IV V III I IV V, which translates to 4 5 3 1 4 5. Turn those into letters and you get D E C A D E.

Answer: DECADE

Level 36: Count the dots. There are 10, or X in Roman numerals.

Answer: X

New puzzle: Enter 10 to get the message BACKDOOR UNLOCKED.

Level 37: The key is X, so it’s XCVI, which is 96. If you enter 96, it will unlock level 96.

Answer: 96

There’s a second answer here. If you use the Caesar cipher decoder with CVI and shift 10 (X), you get SLY. Enter SLY to get another blank page.

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Level 38: This is unlocked from Level 96. You now have a new decoder that can turns numbers into Roman numerals. So use it with 1009 to get MIX.

Answer: MIX

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Level 39: Take a photo. No matter when you do it, the buttons will say 04 01 20 01 in some order. If you use the numbers to letters decoder, you get D A T A.

Answer: DATA

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Level 40: It says ALPHANUMERIC INDEX DATA. Fill in the grid with the alphabet and the numbers 1 – 9. Note down the letters where there’s a red X and you get E M P T Y.

Answer: EMPTY

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Level 41: You can move (or shift) the board around so different patterns show through the holes. But before messing with it, turn the original pattern into binary. You get:

01110011
01101000
01101001
01100110
01110100
01101001
01101110
01100111

Answer: SHIFTING

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Scroll down to the bottom of the guide if you want to see the translation for the other binary codes.

Level 42: Doesn’t exist?

Level 43: Count the dots in each line. You get 18 15 20 1 20 5. Use the numbers to alphabet decoder to get ROTATE.

Answer: ROTATE

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Level 44: The hint is IRXU. Tap the button three times so it says 23 and the letters IRXU on the outer ring match up with letters on the inner ring that make up a word. That word is FOUR.

Answer: FOUR.

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Level 45: It says QMRYW. You now have a new decoder, which is the Caesar cipher that allows you to shift letters over a certain number. The answer to the last puzzle was 4. So shift it 4 letters to get MINUS.

Answer: MINUS

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Click on the little numbers below to continue to Levels 46 – 60, or click here.

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Courtney
3 years ago

Hint: look at some of the incomplete levels through the “navigation” menu.

yourchill (@WanIdlanAfiq)
Reply to  Courtney
3 years ago

help me! how can i go to next level(level 13) now im stuck at level 12

Rhe
Reply to  yourchill (@WanIdlanAfiq)
1 year ago

Actually,to finish lvl12 just click/press on the “activate” button

Gus
3 years ago

Spoiler/Solution Lvl. 19:

If you look closely in Level 19, there are small dots under certain letters. They spell the password. If you know how to solve Level 20, I would be happy.

Also I have no clue what do to in Level 33.

Gus
Reply to  AppUnwrapper
3 years ago

You’re Welcome.
Yeah, me too. Am currently stuck at lvl 37.

More hints: The solution for level 28 has something to do with the ‘sides’ of the shapes.

Also the arrow in 34 is already pointing at the solution.

Good Luck 🙂

Rhe
Reply to  Gus
1 year ago

In lvl 20 when you put all the capital letters together it spells “trail”

Jason
3 years ago

If you type 613145 from Level 26 into Level 29, you unlock Level 81

Jason
3 years ago

Use number of sides in Level 28 as code for Level 29 will unlock Level 82 (313854)

Nick evans
3 years ago

4251 on level 30 takes you to level 100which isn’t up and running yet.

Joe
3 years ago

From the fact that 2 of the dots above the keypad in level 29 have turned blue – it appears we need to enter another two names. Don’t know what but must be from a few other levels. Some still haven’t been completed so I imagine they are somewhere in there.

Joe
Reply to  Joe
3 years ago

Ah – and then the 4 numbers I imagine we will get from levels 81-84 give the password for level 30. So 42??

Joe
Reply to  AppUnwrapper
3 years ago

Oh wow its so obvious. The answer to level 34 is ‘numerals’ giving a level with 6 roman numerals – they give one of the 6 digit codes and the word ‘decade’ unlocking another level

Gus
3 years ago

Also use “numerals” as password for 34

Joe
Reply to  Gus
3 years ago

Yeah thats what I meant. The answer to level 36 is X – roman numerals for ’10’

Gus
3 years ago

Yeah sorry @Joe, I wrote that comment when yours wasn’t published too. Does anybody know the answer for 37?

Joe
Reply to  Gus
3 years ago

Just got it! Its roman numerals for XCVI = 96. The answer is just ’96’

Brian
3 years ago

Past that, it’s a simple number letter switcheroo. The four ?s are 1009. The level after that, use the new decoder to get MIX.

Brian
3 years ago

After that, take a photo when the numbers aren’t too bright to get numbers which translate to an anagram of DATA. Then the next level is just a grid of the alphabet with numbers added at the end to make a 36 grid. The xs make up EMPTY.

Joe
Reply to  Brian
3 years ago

Next two levels pretty easy – binary giving ‘shifting’ and dots adding up to number equivalent of rotate. You’ve probably got that. Next is a cipher wheel where I think we need to rotate 3…

Nick
Reply to  Joe
3 years ago

That did not make sense to me.

Nick
3 years ago

Anyone get 96 yet??

Jason
3 years ago

Level 36: There are ten dots, so the roman numeral is “X”

Answer: X

Level 37: Key = x, so XCVI = 96

Answer: 96 (This will take you to Level 96)

Level 96: When you push the button, “-IF-” will change to “0960”, indicating it is alphanumeric cypher, with “0” being “-“. Pull the switch to the right it will display “????”. Push the button and it will display “A–I”. Using the alphanumeric key, “A–I” is “1009” in numbers

Answer: 1009 (This will take you back to Level 38)

Level 38: Hint is asking for roman numeral, so “1009” becomes “MIX”

Answer: MIX

Level 39: Use the camera and take a picture, the four slots displays: 01, 20, 04, 01, which translates to ATDA. Unscramble and it becomes DATA

Answer: DATA

Level 40: Fill in the boxes with the alphabet. Boxes marked with “X” is E, M, P, T, Y

Answer: EMPTY

Level 41: Without moving the board, the dots spells out SHIFTING in binary (black is 0, gold is 1)

Answer: SHIFTING

Level 42: Number of dots represent letters using alphanumeric key, which spells out ROTATE

Answer: ROTATE

Jarred Gamwell
Reply to  Jason
3 years ago

Level 45– on the wheel cypher, 3 is the key (from level 43, it says test “Three is next”). Clue is IRXU, so IRXU = FOUR

Jarred Gamwell
Reply to  Jarred Gamwell
3 years ago

Oops, level 44 solution i meant

Joe
Reply to  Jason
3 years ago

Level 43: Click the middle button until it says ‘3’ – ten the code IRXU can be translated to get the answer ‘four’

Answer: FOUR

Lever 44: Rotating the wheel to ‘4’ then translating the given code QMRXY you get MINUS

Answer: MINUS

Joe
Reply to  Joe
3 years ago

Sorry meant 44 and 45 for those two ^. 46: moving each black mark back two places gives an anagram of EIGHT

Jarred Gamwell
3 years ago

Level 45: you’ll need the cypher wheel again from lvl 44. The clue is “K” which is 11th number of the alphabet. Set wheel to 11, then use the letters from lvl 45 (QMRYW) to get BXCJH on the inner wheel. Then check BXCJH from the outer wheel to reveal the word MINUS from the inner wheel. Input MINUS for level 46.

Jason
3 years ago

Level 47: Using the arrow indicated and the hint “Tracker Positioning”, go back to Level 41 and shift the dots to the bottom right. Convert from binary to text and you get MNEMONIC

Jason
Reply to  Jason
3 years ago

Edit: after you convert from binary to text, you get UVMUWVQK. But using EIGHT as hint, shift 8 to get MEMONIC

Matt
3 years ago

Well done Jason! And again a white screen. I figure lvl 8 has a second solution…

Lvl 8 clue says R(8)… using the 2.1.13.2 code as characters, reversing them 8 gives a backward read ‘test’ and opens a new file.

What could it be on lvl 16 with the #16 sign?

Matt
Reply to  Matt
3 years ago

Btw… lvl input on top 14454 gives different tunes for right and wrong numbers… just a nice treat.

Another such a hint is given in lvl. 40 where the picture states an empty set symbol.

Angelea
3 years ago

I’m so confused when u get to the blank page, like am I suppose to do something or wait for the next day or…?

Matt
3 years ago

Lvl 35 decade coded in roman gives a string of six numbers 453145, fitting in lvl 29, greatness it opens lvl 83 for you, providing one of the central binaries as stated by …[#]… being 00110101 e.i. # 5 and with little brute force lvl 30 can now be cracked with the three given numbers: 4-2/5-?. This results in 4251, opening the white screen on lvl 100.

Matt
3 years ago

Great note I had note noticed the blinking yet, was looking into the same. Just see a slight typo as the one said as 44 is actually 45.

Matt
3 years ago

Under number 40 seems a empty spot. Tap it and a gray spot as the thumbnail appears, after tapping you get a little story about being lost in a maze and you get a maze icon 🙂

Matt
3 years ago

The alpha numeric sheets have in the top right 1/4 -k and then 2/4 -e … where does that lead to? keys?

Daniel Blees
3 years ago

Here’s a few side solutions.

Level 16: If you push the arrows at the bottom to show the “free hint”, you see three locks. Once you’ve made it to Level 44, you’ll see that the cipher wheel has a key on it. (This is why the side solution to Level 8 and using the cipher wheel makes sense). Anyways, if you look at the upper right part of the image on 16, there’s 8 wheels that point to one of 26 points. Line them up with the wheel in 44, and you get “twoseven”. Type “27” to get to…something.

Level 37: There’s a key next to “CVI”. Use the cipher decoder on the letters offset by 10 (because this level is named X) to get “sly”.

There’s still a side solution on 16.

Daniel Blees
Reply to  Daniel Blees
3 years ago

Got another one.

Level 25: The letters not used in the main solution spell “dbokdsco”. Use the cipher wheel offset by ten (there are ten dots) to get “treatise”.

Phil B
3 years ago

Level 16 again.

Enlarge photo and lights on the centre console give you binary code which spells PROPOSAL. This takes you to another document.

Matt
Reply to  Phil B
3 years ago

I kept wondering after a restart why this first file didn’t show up anymore. After having the first three, you get the fourth to click on.

Anyway, the 5 clocks in the middle of 16 are still unsolved. Pointers seem to point at with light above them in brackets:
6-36 (1-1)
6-42 (1-1-0)
24-36 (1-1-0)
30-42 (1-1)
42-48 (0-0-1-1)

Emile LaChambre
Reply to  Matt
2 years ago

Put them in as morse code, .. ..- ..- .. –.., then set the ceasar cipher to 7. Comes out as boobs. Unsure if joke or important?

Ethan
Reply to  Matt
2 years ago

Just thought i would tell you that the clocks are solved with a key found in the first game The Guides. I want to say that it is found somewhere in the second area level either 14 or 16.

Hannah
3 years ago

I’m still missing a side solution for 33 and 16. Those are the only two levels still outlined in gold. I noticed that level 33 responds to gyroscope movements but they don’t seem to make anything appear, it just moves one of the lawyers of grit around on the background.

Phil B
3 years ago

Even though 41 is shaded in I thought the rest of the binary codes you get from moving the grid around might come in handy down the line and save some time.

Level 41
Left = opposite
Right = drawback
Bottom left = alphabet
Bottom Right – used for level 47
Bottom = patterns
Middle = shifting – used already
Top left = 83 85 77
Top right = 83 73 88
Top – ???? – can’t get that one

I’ve tried both 6 digit numbers on level 29 but no luck.

Also level 33 isn’t showing as complete after answeing ESC, is there something else there?

Aside from 16, 29 & 30 all seemingly available ones are shaded to show “complete”

Any thoughts?

Alise
Reply to  Phil B
3 years ago

Top is “OUTLINED”

eldwin
Reply to  Phil B
3 years ago

the top is “outlined”
bright as 0 and dark as1

Jason
3 years ago

Level 16 Bonus: QUBIT (I do not know how)

Level 33 Bonus: Add all the dots (12+26+10=48), subtract (hence the answer from Level 32) the number of groups of dot (3), gives you the answer 45

Daniel Blees
Reply to  Jason
3 years ago

The QUBIT solution to 16 is semaphore. It was used in the original The Guides; it’ll probably get used later.