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csmith: *the train approaches*

Hopefully my order is 16128715416210591331114.

I would like a copy of Incoming + Incoming Forces using these digits: NTJW-FC73-SX2A-TRLQ

I thought that the order meant the order I had to input the letters from the second string. Because, you know, you can slice the first number into 15 more little numbers from 1 to 16. And if you slice one of the 16 into a 1, and a 6, you got all the numbers you need.

Maybe it's too simple or näive of me, but I thought I almost got it! lol
That one has been solved and redeemed.

I thought that the order meant the order I had to input the letters from the second string. Because, you know, you can slice the first number into 15 more little numbers from 1 to 16. And if you slice one of the 16 into a 1, and a 6, you got all the numbers you need.

Maybe it's too simple or näive of me, but I thought I almost got it! lol
Aningan: That one has been solved and redeemed.
Oh, I thought it wasn't. What was the solution?
Aningan: That one has been solved and redeemed.
granmacco: Oh, I thought it wasn't. What was the solution?
I posted the solution on the page after i think it was
granmacco: Oh, I thought it wasn't. What was the solution?
csmith: 45 minutes
Fujek: I just tried to decipher this code. I'm inclined to claim that Fujek is indeed stupid and crazy.
I spent at least 7778116666633334444922227222266177772 minutes on this, but couldn't make any sense out of it.
Is there even any meaning to it?
Fujek: I just tried to decipher this code. I'm inclined to claim that Fujek is indeed stupid and crazy.
I spent at least 7778116666633334444922227222266177772 minutes on this, but couldn't make any sense out of it.
Is there even any meaning to it?
Not that I know of. If someone has figured it out, I'm sure there are many here who are curious to know how it was done.
bump, any open still yet?
Post edited October 19, 2011 by lugum
I was looking at the big long number code Fujek posted, if it IS some kind of telephone / polybius square thing and that chap who said that GOG codes don't contain 1s, 0s, Is or Os, was correct then I was initially weirded out that there was a single '1' as one of the groups so I tried a 'Rot5' on the numbers, which looked quite good because 5 would ROT to 0 and there are no 5s and I suspect there's no letters on '0' (although it doesn't explain why there's no 0s in the original message though)
But anyway, messing around with the ROT5ed numbers in a sequence that put '1ABC' on 1 '2DEF' on 2 etc didn't help, this scheme only puts '9YZ' on 9 though
Thanks
adambiser: But anyway, those are my thoughts, whether right or wrong.
Fujek: Something you mentioned is actually a good trail, while the rest isn't too close ;)

Btw. both games (TEX MURPHY 1+2/DUKE NUKEM 3D: ATOMIC EDITION) aren't redeemed even after all this time ;p

Edit: Sneaky posting while I was still writing up mine :p
TrollumThinks: (I'm guessing the gog-codes all follow a similar pattern to the last one I got: letter, letter, letter, number break number, letter ...-> LLLN-NLLL-LNLN-LLNL)
Fujek: I can assure you that this is not the case from just the few gift codes I got myself.
The point about including numbers is smart though ;)
hmm?
Post edited November 17, 2011 by Fever_Discordia
Fever_Discordia: Unlike everyone else
I have not :(
Me neither (it's in my favourite topics list because I started it :P).
I'd claim the tex murphy games in an instant and still try to figure the damn thing out once a week -.-
Oh well, good to hear it - at least it's bumped so others may know of it - we need more brains working on this thing!
I'm going to provide a little hint, since there are some really dedicated people around here.
SirPrimalform reminded me that there is a little oddity in my way of thinking a little while ago and if you take my 7778116666633334444922227222266177772 his version (same gift code, just using a slightly different and more mainstream way to express it) would become
88888227777733334444999333377772222772777773, which should be somewhat useful to those trying to figure it out.
Fujek: I'm going to provide a little hint, since there are some really dedicated people around here.
SirPrimalform reminded me that there is a little oddity in my way of thinking a little while ago and if you take my 7778116666633334444922227222266177772 his version (same gift code, just using a slightly different and more mainstream way to express it) would become
88888227777733334444999333377772222772777773, which should be somewhat useful to those trying to figure it out.
*boom*
*squelch*
*dribble dribble*
My mind has exploded and is now dribbling out of my ears!
Cheers!
Fujek: snip
Ha, at last! :D This code is no longer valid ;)