You suddenly wake up in a room. You have no idea where you are, who you are, and why you are here. A look around yourself shows you to be in a room almost entirely made of depleted uranium other than a small horizontal mirror. As you look around, you see a strange object in the middle of the room. As you observe it closer, it looks like a bomb.
However, this bomb is very different. The timer is counting up rather than down. This bomb seems like it would not explode if you waited. However, you do have a time limit. You do have an incentive to defuse the bomb, however. You don't know why, but you have the feeling that if you defuse it, you will be taken out from the room and fed.
The bomb seems to be divided into 4 different subsections. Each subsection is linked to the bomb so if you make a mistake, it will explode on you.
Section 1: Wires
Here, you see 11 different colors of wires. You believe that all of them have to be cut in a certain order for the section to be defused. The colors of the eleven wires are:
Red, Orange, Blue, Green, Purple, Yellow, Magenta, Brown, Black, Indigo, Violet.
All the wires are in the order listed.
Section 2: Ciphers
You see a small computer screen with an input. You guess that you have to input a certain phrase and this part will become inactive. The code that is given to you is:
Section 3: A Physical Puzzle
You find a section where you only have the ability to input letters. This sections comes with a little note. The note is as shown:
The puzzle seems to be written by hand. You have the ability to input four different letters.
Section 4: A Maze? For this section, you do not need to input something. It seems to be sort of like a unnecessary job to you. But you are not that naive. You know you should probably solve this easily, so here it is.
How do you defuse the bomb and what do you put in each section?
You probably do not need many hints on all of the sections other than the cipher. However, I will give a hint for section 3. The hint is: If you look carefully, 2's and 3's are never directly next to each other. Section 1 is sorted by a very common method. Section 4's answer is L=O.
To all those telling me that the cipher is unnecessary and makes the program boring, I put it there for a reason. I know the cipher is hard because it's a multi-cipher (even if you put in the correct text, you will get more ciphered text you need to uncipher). However, it is NOT random. The cipher includes parts of the answers to each section, showing me that you understand why and how each section is right. Until then, keep kabooming! :)