# Cypher – Extra Hints (Chamber 1-3)

Provide extra hints to help guide the player to the solution.

## Chamber 1

The purpose of this guide is to give extra guidance to the answer of the puzzle, without trying to provide the answer outright.

1.01

• The units of measurement and their numbers are not important
• What the words describe isn’t important
• The first letter of each word is important

1.02

• Punctuation, format, capitalization, special characters are all unimportant
• Only certain words are important
• Some words are spelled incorrectly
• Every misspelled word is missing or adding only 1 letter

1.03

• The letters are not important
• Looking at the problem from a new perspective is important
• The wall is important, but not the alphabet on the wall

1.04

• The italizied words are important
• The answer is only 4 characters long
• The answer is a number
• Free sounds similar to a number

1.05

• The letters are not important
• Right click is important
• Look very closely at the punctuation

1.06

• All of these numbers are less than 30
• Think of the numbers as – 3 8 18 15 14 15
• Letters can be translated as numbers

1.07

• There is three different shapes of squares
• Full squares are spaces
• Morse code is useful here

1.08

• Not all letters are the same size
• SCIE n CE IS KNOW l ED ge i S P ow E r
• Each 5 letters is part of a collection.
• This puzzle uses binary. Find a pattern to turn the letters into binary
• The first letter is B

## Chamber 2

2.01

• The first letter is C
• The last letter is R

2.02

• The puzzle has an even number of letters
• The entrance’s paragraph on transposition explains the solution
• The first word is THE

2.03

• All the letters are in order
• This plays on the expectation that all words are read left to right, up to down.

2.04

• This isn’t solved reading up, down, left, or right
• X’s are spaces
• The first word starts with the letter A
• Try and find the word JADE
• Try and find the word TRUST

2.05

• The Q’s are breaks
• Puzzle 2.03’s solution is similar to this one
• The first word is STRIKE

2.06

• Puzzle 2.02’s solution is similar to this one
• There is 32 letters in this sentence.
• Puzzle 2.02 is a solution by 2, but this one is not

2.07

• Find words that can be created using a Knights movement
• Try starting from Q to find a word
• Find the word QUEEN. Scratch these letters off to help find another word
• The first word starts with C
• The second word starts with K, if you can’t figure out the word for C, try K first

2.08

• This puzzle has 30 letters
• Like puzzle 2.03 and 2.05, we need to find the divisible number
• The first word is TWO
• Do some math

## Chamber 3

3.01

• One letter words can presumably be A or I
• Try and solve some of these first RBXP, BA, GTP, THZ
• Now try these XHZP, HQZ, WQ, XL
• UTPQ, THSWQD, VQBUKPZDP
• ABOPVQBUKPZDP, QBIKPXHQ

3.02

• The numbers below the alphabet is occurance. Remember to use the frequency guide.
• ZMX is the most occuring word.
• C is a 1 letter word. Solve ZMVZ, ZG
• Think of these 3 together ZMXP, ZMXR, RP
• UCZM, LGRX, KGU, LGGK
• UJCZZXK (at this point you may be able to guess the solution)
• VJJCEVO

3.03

• 6:21 3:11 this. This puzzle uses the same style as the previous two, look for single letter words and the word THE. This puzzle is not designed in a format that is simple to provide hints for so you’re on your own

3.04

• Letters by frequency. A-12, C-3, E-18, F-4, G-16, F-4, H-2, J-26, K-18, L-18, M-4, N-12, O-3, P-12, Q-1, R-2, S-19, T-3, U-4, V-5, W-3, Y-18, Z-17
• J = e , K = t
• S = o , N = L
• L = a , Z = s
• Y = i , P = r
• G = n , A = d