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Posted on 8 May 2015
PuzzleEditToday's Challenge is built to develop your skills of pathfinding, observation and translation.
Braille - check how the numbers are made
Treat the padlock maze separate and use all the letters in it
Players first look at the lock and the puzzle there. Working through the maze, touching each button once, and ending on the keyhole leads to: MUSAQuietDarwin
Then noticing the braille and translating it to:
- #ba.bjjhhe (LOCK) -#hf.gbeggi
In Braille, the # at the beginning of the first part and after the minus sign in the second part indicate that what follows is to be interpreted as numeric digits. Switching over to numbers, it becomes:
- 21.200885 (LOCK) -86.725779
Thus the answer of today is Jason de Caires Taylor’s piece: