September 2019 - Dimensions
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- Make sure you always make a 90 degree turn after each letter
- The first word is Space
- Only 3 letters are not used - X, Y, and Z
- SPACE TO PLAY, ROOM TO EXPLORE.
- Find groups of 4 numbers that go together
- the zeros are breaks
- It's morse code!
- First letter is C
- ,CONNECT THE DOTS
- Notice all the dots from the morse code are 1-26?
- SOLUTION IS LINEAGE
- To get the 4’s, you actually have to bend the flaps a bit like you do when you are trying to close the top of a cardboard box. As such, it sort of “locks into shape” and stays that way, which none of the other 2x2’s do.
- The completed ovals when you have formed the 4x4 grid of each number are the letters you are looking for
- couldn't get letters from the ovals? You need to convert from hexidecimal
- FRUSTRATION IN CREASES
- The shape to cut out is 4 blocks down with a block to the left on the 2nd block down and a block to the right on the 3rd block down
- look at the faces and image the block being invisible so you can see the other side
- code is braile
- keep the letters together from each cube to get to the final answer and use the arcs and the bars on the arc's for ordering
- The answer is BLIND LUCK
- First the trick is to recognize what’s special about the three words given. They all involve traversing a route through the tesseract in which each turn is in a new direction. From a shade perspective, each shade is traversed just once. PUSHY for example uses criss-cross, then white, then gray, then black. BRASH uses white, then black, then criss-cross, then gray.
- BELCH, PUDGY, SHINE, PARTY
- The four words have 4 letters that are used twice
- Take the four puzzle solutions plus the word VOYAGERS and fit them in to the five rings below clockwise “from noon to midnight.”
- Then connect each 3-D shape to the 2-D shadow or shadows it is capable of casting. Fifteen connections should be made.
- Having trouble visualizing the shapes? Use the second page to create your own shapes to figure it out
- Use the uncrossed out letters - but notice the arrows!
- You'll notic that the arrow counts are duplicate twice. Sort out where each letter should go to spell the answer
- CASTING DOUBTS
- Each line is a unique sequence.
- First line is squares so missing one is 25.
- Convert missing element to a letter were needed then place below in order on the page