10 puzzles. Recommend for teens & adults 15+. Play time is 1 - 2 hours. 

Any number of players can play this game. 

-You can play alone.

-You can play with a group of people in the same room in front of 1 computer screen.

-You can play with a group of people all in differnt locations using a video conferencing program with screen sharing like Zoom, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, Skype...

What do you need to play?

A computer to display the puzzles. If you are in a virtual meeting, one team member should be the leader & screen share the puzzles to the other members to ensure you are all working on the same puzzle at the same time. This is the person who will type in the codes for the puzzles & control when you receive a hint.

Each player should have their smartphone (mobile phone) near by. It is possible to play without one but much more fun with one.

Annotating IS allowed (& often helpful). If you do not have annotating capabilities, you can hold a piece of white paper on your computer screen & GENTLY draw on the paper. (Do not press hard so you do not damage your screen.) You should be able to see what is on the screen below the paper if you have full brightness on your compter. 

Pencil & Paper IS allowed.

Unlimited time. You have unlimited time to play the game but you are welcome to add a time limit if you are playing this for an event with scheduled activities. If you are playing in multiple groups or people, compare times with other teams to see who finished with the fastest time.

Helpful Tips:

Time your progress. There are 10 puzzles. They are numbered to help you see where you are in the game. Check the time to help you decide when you should ask for a hint. This is especially useful if you are giving yourself a time limit, or only have a limited time to play the game.

Hints. There are 3 or 4 hints on each puzzle. Each hint will only reveal a small clue at a time. If you still can't figure it out you can ask for the answer to be revealed. Practice asking for hints using the form below.

Pop-ups. When you submit a code you may get a pop up asking if you are sure you want to leave the page. This happens if you have used hints. YES! it's fine to leave the page.

If you are using screen sharing, allow annotating for all parcipants so you can all contribute. 

Share sound. If you are screen sharing, remember to click "share sound" button.

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