- 10-15-2012, 12:10 PM #26I am the walrus
Nvr mind, figured it out. It's not a Beatles reference.
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- 10-15-2012, 07:00 PM #27
lv3's answer is the firstname of the creator of morse code so it goes like this
walrus = morse, tap screen you get morse code, and the morse code translated means... abolutely nth, either that or he messed up the morse code part (then i tried everything that is even remotely related to morse code...) oh, and the answer is on #25, what steve_w_7 posted
lv5 i got past unknowingly after i got past lv3 (lv4 is easy...) so it's definitely passable, but i have no idea what i did to get past it lol, now i went back to lv5 and regret it cause i can't figure it out...
only thing i found out so far is that symbol is lower case sigma in greek, anyone else have more info we can go on?
EDIT: btw, this might be misleading but apparently sigma Oct means a star/planet in octantis sector. Nasa stuff... not sure if it means anything
Last edited by Nataku4ca; 10-15-2012 at 07:37 PM.
- 10-16-2012, 01:26 AM #28
- 10-19-2012, 11:29 PM #31
this is what i did, plug into the headphone jack with a cable that has aux on both end but one end wasn't connected, thats what i thought did the trick, but i decided to try it again before posting this message just to make sure, then lo and behold it doesn't work anymore...????? is it time related? i mean it was around 615, the sigma does look like it was pointing at the 3 on the clock
it WAS WORKINNGGGG NOOOOOO WHYYYYYY??????
- 10-28-2012, 01:51 AM #32
soo... ya... i think i figured it out, plug a headphone or something that has the same connector into the 3.5mm jack @ 15 min of any hour, and unplug it, then you'll pass lv5, it worked for me on 6:15pm and 8:15pm, so i think this is the answer
lv6 is.. well... if his english is wrong, then we're screwed for that one
- 10-30-2012, 06:03 PM #34