c0rey
8 years ago | edited 8 years ago

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i hope i’ve figured out that its written ‘xxxxxxxxx’ and now im not sure if its same as in 4th level that the letters are suffled.. any tips? :)

Edit: removed a small spoiler

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daMage
8 years ago

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you’re on the right track, I’m positive that you can do it!

Dudein
8 years ago

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im kinda stuck here….

my idea was, that it was a combination of some of the early encryptions.
my idea was, that it was coded, the letters in the msg, were equal to other letters, and that the msg also was backwards…

but sadly, im stuck rather fast. since, the only word im “sure on” is the one before “:” which im guessing is “ssap” with turned around is “pass” you know like all the others end like that…

sooo i could really use a hint…

daMage
8 years ago

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You are on the right track… now try to find what other words you can identify with the already known letters..

Dudein
8 years ago

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Hey Damage…

As i said, i cant find other words than “pass”. There is no more words which you can make from this.
you do get lots of letteres put in, but i cant create any words for sure, which means. im just guessing, and that is going up in flames rather fast….

daMage
8 years ago

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Start from the short words, that has one of the known letters… then work from there

new_spirit
8 years ago | edited 8 years ago

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Edit: removed spoiler

daMage
8 years ago

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@new_spirit: if you give that much information, the rest is trivial..

dalou
8 years ago

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If you have the word “pass” then you can use those three letters to fill up as much of the code as possible. It makes guessing easier.

Kaknik [kaknik]
8 years ago

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I dont know how to do it

flazh666
8 years ago

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Jast Look “qoymlNlpY :ccdf” and then you feed bak it “fdcc:Yplnlmyop” it’s mean fdcc = pass.

i hope it helpful.

iro_uzumaki
8 years ago

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first run the crypt through ROT_13 then through decrypto 8.5

daMage
8 years ago

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I don’t think ROT13 is going to help in any way…

n01Tekos
8 years ago

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I finally am proud that pleasure

I say that yours was possible

Feyn
8 years ago | edited 8 years ago

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Am I overthinking things? First thing I noticed was that both “i” and “d” are single-letter words. I only can think of two single-letter words in the english language, and of no sentence making sense at the place where they are..
I also pondered whether whitespaces where also replacements, but seeing a whitespace directly after a comma and so forth rules that one out, as well as punctuation being used as replacements. So I fear that the code is shifting throughout the sentence.. but that would be too hard I think..

tonyrimos
8 years ago

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waw that wasn’t easy but fun

daMage
8 years ago

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@Feyn: I think you are overthinking it… ;)


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Holy crap, this one took a freakin minute

Fujinkai
8 years ago

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i think ccdf = pass

#RS69 [Rs69]
8 years ago

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@fujinkai . hahaha. i think no.

Fujinkai
8 years ago

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yaya.. i know xD

dodo456789
8 years ago

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its very difficult !
Somebody can say me if one letter is for two?
i hope i not spoile

Pomme
8 years ago

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Got it, decrypto 8.5 was useful ! :D

heavenlyMe
8 years ago

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i solved this level problem with the same method as previous level. i think it’s good to use online decryptor to make us confortable and the rest is just think about every single possibilities.

wence
7 years ago

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This Crypt will soon make you forget the letter orders :)

mic032
7 years ago

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Use décrypto ;) but you have to do something before.. :D

Dvdrdrgz11
7 years ago

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hey damage the site keeps saying that this browser is not supported when i try to view the page source, it does load the source but it states that message in green and says that large portions of this site may not work correctly ive tried using chrome and fire fox help!

Dvdrdrgz11
7 years ago

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hey damage the site keeps saying that this browser is not supported when i try to view the page source, it does load the source but it states that message in green and says that large portions of this site may not work correctly ive tried using chrome and fire fox help!

daMage
7 years ago

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The warning exists in the page source for every browser. Don’t worry about it.

Troy [TroyMac1ure]
7 years ago | edited 7 years ago

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dodo456789: Each letter is used only once throughout. Although this puzzle threw me a bit as it doesn’t follow the wikipedia definition of cryptogram:

Cryptograms based on substitution ciphers can often be solved by frequency analysis and by recognizing letter patterns in words, such as one letter words, which, in English, can only be “i” or “a” (and sometimes “o”). Double letters, apostrophes, and the fact that no letter can substitute for itself in the cypher also offer clues to the solution. Occasionally, cryptogram puzzle makers will start the solver off with a few letters. The Cryptogram is also the name of the periodic publication of the American Cryptogram Association (ACA), which contains a large number of cryptographic puzzles

Rz [rzblacks]
7 years ago | edited 7 years ago

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this lvl = lvl 1 + lvl 4 :D
lvl 4 = sord of lvl 2
then
lvl 5 = lvl 1 + lvl 2 :-“
:D

[deleted user]
7 years ago

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This is all I have got so for.

Tl(s) (a)n (a) kqinim(a). Nt kqinl i(s) yp(a)y oh kzqio(s)iyt. Nt kqinl i(s) yp(a)y oh bzagimg (p)lo(p)el jt wp(a)y yplt (s)(a)t (a)ma ypims, moy wp(a)y yplt eoos eisl. Nt kqinl i(s) yp(a)y oh ozy(s)n(a)qyimg toz, (s)onlypimg yp(a)y toz wiee mlxlq hoqgixl nl hoq. Jzy ypl (p)(a)(s)(s): YplNlmyoq

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