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Disclaimer: Jryy, svefg bs nyy, V jbhyq yvxr gb ncbybtvmr. Abg sbe npgvbaf (jryy bxnl, sbe npgvbaf), ohg sbe zl fzby obv pvcure. Vg frrzf gung zl svefg fzby obv chmmyr jnf whfg n ovg gbb uneq. Fb, gb znxr vg hc gb rirelbar, V thrff fnqyl unir gb znxr lrg nabgure fzbv obv chmmyr gb tvir rirelbar gur xrl gb gur Ivtrarer pvcure va gur svefg bar. 💀 Ubjrire, guvf bar jba'g or rnfl. Vg jvyy or fzby, ohg vg jba'g or rnfl. Yrg zr gryy lbh gung. Guvf vf tbvat gb or sha. >:3


Goals:

Solve both puzzles

Achieve the final code $\color{white}{\text{and name the gimmick used in Puzzle 1}}$


puzzles :3


Puzzle 1:

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Hint: This part of the puzzle has a gimmick to it. I'll be keeping the gimmicks relatively simple for now, however will try to make them more complex as I start making more and more puzzles. Note that Puzzle 2 will not have a gimmick to it due to the fact that it would simply be too difficult to implement a gimmick into a puzzle that doesn't even need them.

  1. $\color{black}{\text{Former infamous Geometry Dash hacker (2020-2023) nickname}}\color{white}{\small\text{hint:outside the atmosphere+England,__}}$

  2. $\color{black}{\text{"No" in Japanese, in romanji}}$

  3. $\color{black}{\text{Finding _ _ _ _ (not what you think it is)}}$

  4. $\color{black}{\text{Emoticon used back at least as far as April 11, 2000.}}\color{white}{\small\text{not a hint, but it probably originated in chat rooms.}}$

  5. $\color{black}{\text{That hurts >:(}}\color{white}{\small\text{you really can't get this?}}$

  6. $\color{black}{\text{Served by Culvers (spelled backwards)}}\color{white}{\small\text{hint: 11 15 13 85 93 91, and don't you dare think it's a Polybius square.}}$

  7. $\color{black}{\text{My literal favorite food (maybe the green letters can help?)}}\color{white}{\small\text{at least it rhymes with no.10}}$

  8. $\color{black}{\text{_ _/him}}$

  9. $\color{black}{\text{Another word for pig}}$

  10. $\color{black}{\text{Not alive, a female deer}}\color{white}{\small\text{hint: across, then down}}$

  11. $\color{black}{\text{A long time _ _ _.}}$

  12. $\color{black}{\text{Which came first: the chicken or the _ _ _?}}$

Puzzle 2:

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Hint for puzzle 2: A fixed version of the Nonogram (more readable) (play online)

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If you have solved both puzzles, now you can advance to the final challenge: Unscrambling the 6 letters you will have. After unscrambling, you will have the code (no capitalization however, and no spaces.)


Note 1

Both puzzles can be solved entirely through logical deduction, without the need for guesswork. Please do not post answers consisting of only a screenshot of the solved puzzles without a logical explanation to earn the green checkmark. This is so someone can follow along with your steps.


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  • $\begingroup$ Oof, I just realized that the gimmick in Part 1 can easily be brute-forced. Oops, I'll definitely keep that in mind for later gimmick puzzles. $\endgroup$
    – CrSb0001
    Commented Oct 15, 2023 at 22:35
  • $\begingroup$ I also sadly did not realize until this morning that the first puzzle's gimmick can be easily brute-forced on mobile. I will also keep this in mind for later gimmick puzzles. $\endgroup$
    – CrSb0001
    Commented Oct 16, 2023 at 12:28

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