ilanama

03-14-2006, 13:50:33

Play game:

http://709709.com/game/tete.htm

Solve the weird puzzle.

http://709709.com/game/tete.htm

Solve the weird puzzle.

View Full Version : 5 Numbers

ilanama

03-14-2006, 13:50:33

Play game:

http://709709.com/game/tete.htm

Solve the weird puzzle.

http://709709.com/game/tete.htm

Solve the weird puzzle.

bagwamagique

04-23-2006, 21:03:58

Yay - number one

father

04-23-2006, 21:05:45

i speak for everyone when i say "why the hell do people put "first" as the first post?!"

its annoying and childish...grow up!

its annoying and childish...grow up!

hiuii

04-23-2006, 21:07:25

father is right! well said!

grow up!

it really is annoying-ruins the forum.

grow up!

it really is annoying-ruins the forum.

Kat

04-23-2006, 21:08:16

Ummmm................. ***?!?!? This reminds me of that Wacky Wayside School math book, it makes no sense. Anybody figured anything out yet?

Junebug

04-23-2006, 21:28:52

I got the fourth one. That one's easy - the others I don't have a clue...

Junebug

04-23-2006, 21:32:52

I got the fourth one. That one's easy - the others I don't have a clue...

Think billiards

Think billiards

corry_85

04-23-2006, 21:38:39

that was't a clue :s

Junebug

04-23-2006, 21:40:55

that was't a clue :s

Match the colors of the balls to the colors of billiards balls

Match the colors of the balls to the colors of billiards balls

Unregistered57

04-23-2006, 21:50:56

I got the third light.

ditzychik508

04-23-2006, 21:54:55

this is hard so far i've only figured out the 4th light

ditzychik508

04-23-2006, 21:56:48

whoa who i got another one!!! hehe :)

darkstar0609

04-23-2006, 21:59:14

I dunno its contest to beat everyone esle to be first

Kat

04-23-2006, 22:02:42

Can anybody give me a hint for the third one?

redwingsfan11

04-23-2006, 22:02:47

I got the 5th one

how do i do a spoiler, so i can give hints?

how do i do a spoiler, so i can give hints?

darkstar0609

04-23-2006, 22:04:02

im lost i have no idea how to do this game

joy

04-23-2006, 22:14:45

Helppppppppp!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

mana

04-23-2006, 22:15:36

don?t know how to hide spoiler: got light 2, 3, 4 and 6.

SPOILER:

2: you have to count how many lines it takes to make the kanji (japanese sign). but attention! some lines belong together.

3: you have to visualize the lines which are missing to build the 8.

4: billiardnumbers

6: look at your keyboard. go from the left to the right

SPOILER:

2: you have to count how many lines it takes to make the kanji (japanese sign). but attention! some lines belong together.

3: you have to visualize the lines which are missing to build the 8.

4: billiardnumbers

6: look at your keyboard. go from the left to the right

Kat

04-23-2006, 22:29:58

Spoilers are made by: [spoiler]text[/spoilerx]

I still don't get how to do 2&3. Another clue maybe?

I still don't get how to do 2&3. Another clue maybe?

Kat

04-23-2006, 22:31:27

I forgot to add that you would remove the x to make that spoiler

n/a

04-23-2006, 22:31:28

Spoiler

For number three it's like a form of subtraction, the hint above the problem makes it pretty obvious how to do it.

For number three it's like a form of subtraction, the hint above the problem makes it pretty obvious how to do it.

n/a

04-23-2006, 22:34:27

Number 5:

Can you hear me now? Check your cell phone for this one.

Can you hear me now? Check your cell phone for this one.

Jogurl

04-23-2006, 22:44:40

have three four and six I can't get two I can't seem to to count the third one right

joy

04-23-2006, 22:53:04

[spoiler]i have always wanted to do this[spoiler]

joy

04-23-2006, 22:54:10

haha ok now i got it

Icesz

04-23-2006, 22:54:18

How do u solve 1?

daphne

04-23-2006, 23:03:41

Excuse me for my english, I?m spanish. I complete 3 and 4, but I don?t understand the other clues

shocker

04-23-2006, 23:13:45

I completed 3,4,5, and 6. Anyone know how to do 1 and 2?

daphne

04-23-2006, 23:18:07

how do you complete 6?

daphne

04-23-2006, 23:19:32

I complete 3, 4, 5 and 6

daphne

04-23-2006, 23:28:25

In second light, you must count how many lines are in every sign, but in 3rd sign I count 10 lines. Can any1 help me?

chinito

04-23-2006, 23:33:29

sequence for 2nd light is 32531 or 33531 try either, ne clues for the 1st light?

shocker

04-23-2006, 23:34:33

sequence for 2nd light is 32531 or 33531 try either, ne clues for the 1st light?

It's different for everyone.

It's different for everyone.

chino

04-23-2006, 23:36:06

didnt know that, so good luck! Dunno how to explain how it works

shocker

04-23-2006, 23:41:04

here is how to do 3-6:

3-figure which lines are missing to make an 8 and those lines will make a number.

4-I went to wikipedia and looked up billiard balls then i found which numbers had which colors.

5-grab a phone and look for which numbers have those letters.

6-start from the letter on the keyboard and move to the red space, also do them from left to right.

3-figure which lines are missing to make an 8 and those lines will make a number.

4-I went to wikipedia and looked up billiard balls then i found which numbers had which colors.

5-grab a phone and look for which numbers have those letters.

6-start from the letter on the keyboard and move to the red space, also do them from left to right.

shocker

04-23-2006, 23:41:52

didnt know that, so good luck! Dunno how to explain how it works

How did you figure it out?

How did you figure it out?

chino

04-23-2006, 23:44:19

you always draw from left to right and up down. sometimes 2, 3 or more lines lines are just done in one trace, so imagine you tracing the line, which is the easiest and quickest way to trace a whole word and that should do it. Its complicated

shocker

04-23-2006, 23:45:58

you always draw from left to right and up down. sometimes 2, 3 or more lines lines are just done in one trace, so imagine you tracing the line, which is the easiest and quickest way to trace a whole word and that should do it. Its complicated

since you already know how to do it how about you find out which ones are which?

since you already know how to do it how about you find out which ones are which?

daphne

04-23-2006, 23:46:39

In 2nd light, must I count slim lines or all? I try every possibility and nothig

chino

04-23-2006, 23:49:58

really not sure how to explain, but eg a trive is left to right thin and then down on the right side of the thin line thick, it would be 1 strive. You need to have learnt chinese or japanese to know how it works, cant explain much more, because i had to do trial and error with some!

shocker

04-23-2006, 23:51:57

really not sure how to explain, but eg a trive is left to right thin and then down on the right side of the thin line thick, it would be 1 strive. You need to have learnt chinese or japanese to know how it works, cant explain much more, because i had to do trial and error with some!

Don't bother explaining just tell us which ones are which

Don't bother explaining just tell us which ones are which

chino

04-23-2006, 23:56:40

the thig changes so i cannot tell you the answer! You told me so

chino

04-23-2006, 23:57:18

im talking about the 2nd light

chino

04-23-2006, 23:57:41

do you know how the 1st light works?

daphne

04-24-2006, 00:04:57

I?m totally stuck. I try all combinations in 2nd light.

mana

04-24-2006, 00:12:03

first light:

going crazy. have tried so many ways to combine the numbers. my japanese ist not good enough to understand the whole hint. only know that the sign on top means "line".

second light:

the lines you can draw by going from the left to the right without liftig the pencel belong together. for example: japanese draw a box with 3 lines: the "top-line" and the "right-line" together in one, than the left and then the "bottom-line".

going crazy. have tried so many ways to combine the numbers. my japanese ist not good enough to understand the whole hint. only know that the sign on top means "line".

second light:

the lines you can draw by going from the left to the right without liftig the pencel belong together. for example: japanese draw a box with 3 lines: the "top-line" and the "right-line" together in one, than the left and then the "bottom-line".

lefty

04-24-2006, 00:44:41

can anyone tell me how to do number on? and i cant seem to figure out how to do number 3. im goin crazy!!

Unregistered1

04-24-2006, 00:48:55

[spoiler]text[spoiler/]

lefty

04-24-2006, 00:52:18

i got number 3. please any help on number 1 would be nice.

mana

04-24-2006, 00:57:46

figured out that the second kanji means "step". but what to do with the hint line/step for light one?

lefty

04-24-2006, 00:59:26

i have 2 through 6 and need just number one. any help on how to do it and i will be a very happy person.

redwingsfan11

04-24-2006, 01:09:18

LEFTY help others with 2-6 and you will get help for #1

redwingsfan11

04-24-2006, 01:10:37

p.s are there 7 lines that make up the 8 puzzle? so however many lines you see (ex. 2) then it would be 7-2 correct?

lefty

04-24-2006, 01:14:37

redwing, i have no idea what you are talking about. on the 8 puzzle, there are 5 circles with lines in them correct. ok take those lines OUT of the number 8 and it will give you another number. for example, if the circle has the lines that look like an E, (2 down the left side and all 3 middle) then all you need is the two down the right side to make an eight. which would be the number 1.

Unregistered512

04-24-2006, 01:19:11

I forgot to add that you would remove the x to make that spoiler

[spoiler]text[/spoilerx]yoyoyoyoyoyoyoyoyoyoyoyoyohahhaa

[spoiler]text[/spoilerx]yoyoyoyoyoyoyoyoyoyoyoyoyohahhaa

Brigus

04-24-2006, 02:05:11

Yo he resuelto el 3?, 4? y 5?. Aqui les dejo unas pistas.

3? - Quitad a la figura del n?mero 8 las lineas que hay arriba, y la soluci?n es el n?mero que forman las que quedan.

4? - Hay que poner el n?mero que tiene la bola de ese color en el billar.

5? - hay que usar un tel?fono m?vil y poner el n?mero de la tecla en la que esta la letra correspondiente( ej: la u=8).

Espero que os haya ayudado.

Necesito ayuda con los restantes. ?Alguien los ha resuelto?

El 6? parece f?cil, pero no acabo de conseguirlo, ?Cu?s es el orden de las letras: G-K-S-Y-L, o G-Y-K-L-S?

3? - Quitad a la figura del n?mero 8 las lineas que hay arriba, y la soluci?n es el n?mero que forman las que quedan.

4? - Hay que poner el n?mero que tiene la bola de ese color en el billar.

5? - hay que usar un tel?fono m?vil y poner el n?mero de la tecla en la que esta la letra correspondiente( ej: la u=8).

Espero que os haya ayudado.

Necesito ayuda con los restantes. ?Alguien los ha resuelto?

El 6? parece f?cil, pero no acabo de conseguirlo, ?Cu?s es el orden de las letras: G-K-S-Y-L, o G-Y-K-L-S?

lefty

04-24-2006, 02:07:43

any help on number one. i will help you on number 2 through 6 (if i can understand the language you are speaking) if you just help me with number one.

Unregistered5

04-24-2006, 02:23:45

I still can't get number 2, I've tried everything.

Brigus

04-24-2006, 02:31:59

Yo he resuelto el 3?, 4? y 5?. Aqui les dejo unas pistas.

3? - Quitad a la figura del n?mero 8 las lineas que hay arriba, y la soluci?n es el n?mero que forman las que quedan.

4? - Hay que poner el n?mero que tiene la bola de ese color en el billar.

5? - hay que usar un tel?fono m?vil y poner el n?mero de la tecla en la que esta la letra correspondiente( ej: la u=8).

Espero que os haya ayudado.

Necesito ayuda con los restantes. ?Alguien los ha resuelto?

El 6? parece f?cil, pero no acabo de conseguirlo, ?Cu?s es el orden de las letras: primero la fila superior y luego la inferior, o se intercalan las filas?

3? - Quitad a la figura del n?mero 8 las lineas que hay arriba, y la soluci?n es el n?mero que forman las que quedan.

4? - Hay que poner el n?mero que tiene la bola de ese color en el billar.

5? - hay que usar un tel?fono m?vil y poner el n?mero de la tecla en la que esta la letra correspondiente( ej: la u=8).

Espero que os haya ayudado.

Necesito ayuda con los restantes. ?Alguien los ha resuelto?

El 6? parece f?cil, pero no acabo de conseguirlo, ?Cu?s es el orden de las letras: primero la fila superior y luego la inferior, o se intercalan las filas?

Infantrysniper

04-24-2006, 02:45:07

I got # 1 by chance...

I can tell you what the fractions were and what the answer was but I have been unable to figure it out even with the answer. Maybe it is so obvious that I am missing it.

From left to right the 1st row was 3/2(S), 3/2(S), 6/1(L), 6/1(L), 1/2(S)

From left to right the 2nd row was 4/2(L), 4/2(L), 4/2(M), 4/2(M), 4/2(L)

I am not sure if it matters or not but I marked the fractions S, M, or L for small, medium, or large text size. The 1/2 and both of the 3/2 were offset to the left in regards to the bottom row, both the 6/1 were offset to the right in regards to the bottom row.

I got the answer 77881 by chance and it worked.

I hope that makes sense to everyone. Maybe with the answer someone will make sense of this.

I can tell you what the fractions were and what the answer was but I have been unable to figure it out even with the answer. Maybe it is so obvious that I am missing it.

From left to right the 1st row was 3/2(S), 3/2(S), 6/1(L), 6/1(L), 1/2(S)

From left to right the 2nd row was 4/2(L), 4/2(L), 4/2(M), 4/2(M), 4/2(L)

I am not sure if it matters or not but I marked the fractions S, M, or L for small, medium, or large text size. The 1/2 and both of the 3/2 were offset to the left in regards to the bottom row, both the 6/1 were offset to the right in regards to the bottom row.

I got the answer 77881 by chance and it worked.

I hope that makes sense to everyone. Maybe with the answer someone will make sense of this.

Elni

04-24-2006, 02:56:14

still have problems with 1, 2 and 6..At 6 I look in my keyboard but the numbers matching are not accepted...don't know :(

Unregistered0

04-24-2006, 04:15:48

I need walkthrough for number 1,2,3,4,5, and 6. Help!!!!!

Unregistered085

04-24-2006, 04:29:18

for number 1 i still dont understand it, i mainly guessed using infantrysnipers numbers for reference.

i had 3/2 (first row) and 4/2 (second row) for my last 4 numbers. with infantrysnipers answer, i figured that to be 7 so my last four numbers were 7 and i just plugged in the first number until it worked. i got 27777.

number 2 corresponds to 5/2 (on top row) and 1/2 (bottom row)

number 7 corresponds to 3/2 and 4/2

hopefully between this and infantry sniper you can narrow it down enough to just guess

i had 3/2 (first row) and 4/2 (second row) for my last 4 numbers. with infantrysnipers answer, i figured that to be 7 so my last four numbers were 7 and i just plugged in the first number until it worked. i got 27777.

number 2 corresponds to 5/2 (on top row) and 1/2 (bottom row)

number 7 corresponds to 3/2 and 4/2

hopefully between this and infantry sniper you can narrow it down enough to just guess

TimeTraveler

04-24-2006, 04:31:11

I got # 1 by chance...

I can tell you what the fractions were and what the answer was but I have been unable to figure it out even with the answer. Maybe it is so obvious that I am missing it.

From left to right the 1st row was 3/2(S), 3/2(S), 6/1(L), 6/1(L), 1/2(S)

From left to right the 2nd row was 4/2(L), 4/2(L), 4/2(M), 4/2(M), 4/2(L)

I am not sure if it matters or not but I marked the fractions S, M, or L for small, medium, or large text size. The 1/2 and both of the 3/2 were offset to the left in regards to the bottom row, both the 6/1 were offset to the right in regards to the bottom row.

I got the answer 77881 by chance and it worked.

I hope that makes sense to everyone. Maybe with the answer someone will make sense of this.

I also got # 1 by chance

From left to right the 1st row was 5/2(M), 3/2(S), 9/5(M), 9/5(M), 5/2(M)

From left to right the 2nd row was 1/2(M+), 4/2(L), 2/3(M), 2/3(M), 1/2(M+)

S, M, and L is small, medium and large. M+ is for slightly larger than medium. On mine the 3/2 and both of the 9/5 were offset to the left in regards to the bottom row. Both the 5/2 were offset to the right in regards to the bottom row.

I got the answer 27662.

Im not sure but I think the first and last numbers come from subtracting the bottom number from the top. Possibly because it was offset to the right? The second seems to be addition and it cannot be reduced to a whole number. The third and fourth seems to be multiplication because 9/5 x 2/3 is 6/5.

I hope this helps someone.

I can tell you what the fractions were and what the answer was but I have been unable to figure it out even with the answer. Maybe it is so obvious that I am missing it.

From left to right the 1st row was 3/2(S), 3/2(S), 6/1(L), 6/1(L), 1/2(S)

From left to right the 2nd row was 4/2(L), 4/2(L), 4/2(M), 4/2(M), 4/2(L)

I am not sure if it matters or not but I marked the fractions S, M, or L for small, medium, or large text size. The 1/2 and both of the 3/2 were offset to the left in regards to the bottom row, both the 6/1 were offset to the right in regards to the bottom row.

I got the answer 77881 by chance and it worked.

I hope that makes sense to everyone. Maybe with the answer someone will make sense of this.

I also got # 1 by chance

From left to right the 1st row was 5/2(M), 3/2(S), 9/5(M), 9/5(M), 5/2(M)

From left to right the 2nd row was 1/2(M+), 4/2(L), 2/3(M), 2/3(M), 1/2(M+)

S, M, and L is small, medium and large. M+ is for slightly larger than medium. On mine the 3/2 and both of the 9/5 were offset to the left in regards to the bottom row. Both the 5/2 were offset to the right in regards to the bottom row.

I got the answer 27662.

Im not sure but I think the first and last numbers come from subtracting the bottom number from the top. Possibly because it was offset to the right? The second seems to be addition and it cannot be reduced to a whole number. The third and fourth seems to be multiplication because 9/5 x 2/3 is 6/5.

I hope this helps someone.

shocker

04-24-2006, 04:47:58

here is how to do 3-6:

3-figure which lines are missing to make an 8 and those lines will make a number.

4-I went to wikipedia and looked up billiard balls then i found which numbers had which colors.

5-grab a phone and look for which numbers have those letters.

6-start from the letter on the keyboard and move to the red space, also do them from left to right.

3-figure which lines are missing to make an 8 and those lines will make a number.

4-I went to wikipedia and looked up billiard balls then i found which numbers had which colors.

5-grab a phone and look for which numbers have those letters.

6-start from the letter on the keyboard and move to the red space, also do them from left to right.

shocker

04-24-2006, 04:52:21

still can't figure out 1 or 2

Jogurl

04-24-2006, 05:07:06

can't do 1 or 2

bmww

04-24-2006, 05:45:11

for 1, i have a 3-fraction combo; 2/2 (L) offset right at the top; 8/3 (s) offset left in the middle; and 1/3 (m) at the bottom

bmww

04-24-2006, 05:47:52

ok, trial and error gave me 9 for that 3-fraction thing

Melonette

04-24-2006, 07:59:18

For number 2, I will show you how to draw Chinese characters and Japanese Kanji characters. This is one of the characters I got on mine, I don't know about you guys since apparently they change between each game. It appears as if there are three or more strokes, but really, there's only two.

http://img85.imageshack.us/img85/4765/kanji8oc.jpg

Now, you must understand one thing, when they draw boxes, it is not four lines, but three.

http://img240.imageshack.us/img240/2884/kanji26qx.jpg

Usually when the stroke looks like the one below, it's only one stroke.

http://img127.imageshack.us/img127/4108/kanji33ig.jpg

But that's not only the case, such as this one.

How many strokes do you think is this one?

http://img93.imageshack.us/img93/8910/kanji46ut.jpg

If you think four, you're wrong. It's actually three.

http://img93.imageshack.us/img93/7791/kanji58iu.jpg

These are just the simple ones, the more complicated ones are more difficult, obviously.

http://img85.imageshack.us/img85/4765/kanji8oc.jpg

Now, you must understand one thing, when they draw boxes, it is not four lines, but three.

http://img240.imageshack.us/img240/2884/kanji26qx.jpg

Usually when the stroke looks like the one below, it's only one stroke.

http://img127.imageshack.us/img127/4108/kanji33ig.jpg

But that's not only the case, such as this one.

How many strokes do you think is this one?

http://img93.imageshack.us/img93/8910/kanji46ut.jpg

If you think four, you're wrong. It's actually three.

http://img93.imageshack.us/img93/7791/kanji58iu.jpg

These are just the simple ones, the more complicated ones are more difficult, obviously.

guest5

04-24-2006, 10:20:59

Got basic concept of how to do it. But when I enter in a combination nothing happens. Which button am I meant to be pressing?

Elni

04-24-2006, 13:23:09

in 6 I put the numbers of my keyboard and still not accept them. any more hints for this one please and both 1 and 2?

tijgerrr

04-24-2006, 14:21:07

woooooo I did it:D it took some time but I did it:D Jippieieie

Unregistered1

04-24-2006, 15:33:28

how do you do that? need a walkthrough pls.

SWedish GIRL

04-24-2006, 15:40:04

[spoiler]

I have four and six can yo help me? :)[spoiler]

I have four and six can yo help me? :)[spoiler]

Carmel

04-24-2006, 15:49:25

Solution to the first light -

Basicly I have no idea why but these are the numbers you should enter instead of the fractions:

(I didn't find a number for 5 but if you have one that doesn't appear below then that's the 5).

3/2(S)

4/2(L)

is 7

6/1(L)

4/2(M)

is 8

4/2(L)

1/2(S)

is 1

5/2(M)

1/2(M+)

is 2

9/5(M)

2/3(M)

is 6

3/1(S)

10/5(M)

is 3

8/5(L)

10/5(S)

is 4

2/2(L)

8/3(S)

1/3(M)

is 9

Good luck!

Basicly I have no idea why but these are the numbers you should enter instead of the fractions:

(I didn't find a number for 5 but if you have one that doesn't appear below then that's the 5).

3/2(S)

4/2(L)

is 7

6/1(L)

4/2(M)

is 8

4/2(L)

1/2(S)

is 1

5/2(M)

1/2(M+)

is 2

9/5(M)

2/3(M)

is 6

3/1(S)

10/5(M)

is 3

8/5(L)

10/5(S)

is 4

2/2(L)

8/3(S)

1/3(M)

is 9

Good luck!

Carmel

04-24-2006, 15:51:20

Sorry forgot 0

9/4(L)

1/2(S)

9/4(L)

1/2(S)

SWEDISh GIRL

04-24-2006, 15:54:40

how do you do that? need a walkthrough pls.

show

look on your phone (cellphone) and look which numbers that have wich letter OR LOOK HERE:

( A;B;C - 2

D,E,F - 3

G,H,I - 4

J,K,L - 5

M,N,O - 6

P,Q,R,S - 7

T,V,U - 8

W,X,Y,Z - 9 )

:)

show

look on your phone (cellphone) and look which numbers that have wich letter OR LOOK HERE:

( A;B;C - 2

D,E,F - 3

G,H,I - 4

J,K,L - 5

M,N,O - 6

P,Q,R,S - 7

T,V,U - 8

W,X,Y,Z - 9 )

:)

Unregistered45

04-24-2006, 16:27:26

I really don't get number 2. I am counting them right but nothing is happening. This also happens to be the last light I need. Help please?

Unregistered1

04-24-2006, 16:34:28

I think it kind random number when you start play the game. so it was random number it differance number that what they had.

I don't have that number on my game.

reply to SWEDISh GIRL,

thank you.

I don't have that number on my game.

reply to SWEDISh GIRL,

thank you.

Unregistered1

04-24-2006, 16:42:16

Solution to the first light -

Basicly I have no idea why but these are the numbers you should enter instead of the fractions:

(I didn't find a number for 5 but if you have one that doesn't appear below then that's the 5).

3/2(S)

4/2(L)

is 7

6/1(L)

4/2(M)

is 8

4/2(L)

1/2(S)

is 1

5/2(M)

1/2(M+)

is 2

9/5(M)

2/3(M)

is 6

3/1(S)

10/5(M)

is 3

8/5(L)

10/5(S)

is 4

2/2(L)

8/3(S)

1/3(M)

is 9

Good luck!

how did you get 7? did you Division, Addition, Subtraction or Multiplication?

Basicly I have no idea why but these are the numbers you should enter instead of the fractions:

(I didn't find a number for 5 but if you have one that doesn't appear below then that's the 5).

3/2(S)

4/2(L)

is 7

6/1(L)

4/2(M)

is 8

4/2(L)

1/2(S)

is 1

5/2(M)

1/2(M+)

is 2

9/5(M)

2/3(M)

is 6

3/1(S)

10/5(M)

is 3

8/5(L)

10/5(S)

is 4

2/2(L)

8/3(S)

1/3(M)

is 9

Good luck!

how did you get 7? did you Division, Addition, Subtraction or Multiplication?

clueless

04-24-2006, 21:23:32

just need to get 1st light, any ideas

shocker

04-24-2006, 23:55:46

still can't figure out 2

............

04-25-2006, 01:30:35

please help me with number one ......i found all the others except this one ......plzzzzzzz helppppppppppp

Mistery

04-25-2006, 01:34:48

I think post # 64 refers to number 1. Have you seen it?

Tyler12

04-25-2006, 17:26:41

when youve typed in the answer what do you press so it takes your answer

Tyler12

04-25-2006, 17:32:20

nevermind

tbirdlily

04-27-2006, 04:31:00

I am still trying to figure out #1. Have used all previous clues. Thanks. Trying to figure out all formulas. L/L (add, sub, div, mult)? Here is what I have S/L add, L/M sub, M/M mult. etc. I am guessing that L/S Sub and M/L is add? Any clues anyone. Thanks

Desmond

04-27-2006, 16:43:47

lol... the first one is unsolvable if you don't know Japanese

look at the table of hiragana at this page

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hiragana

focus on the left part only, from a to o, and from a to wa

the numerator of the fraction stands for colomn number (row number in this table)

the denominator stands for row number (colomn number in this table)

then take a look at the Japanese numbers

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_numbers

you should know how to solve now ;)

look at the table of hiragana at this page

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hiragana

focus on the left part only, from a to o, and from a to wa

the numerator of the fraction stands for colomn number (row number in this table)

the denominator stands for row number (colomn number in this table)

then take a look at the Japanese numbers

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_numbers

you should know how to solve now ;)

......kkkkkk

04-27-2006, 16:51:55

still no help for the first one ....you add you multiply etc...u do what ....someone a bit more helpfull

Desmond

04-27-2006, 16:59:51

oh... I missed something

10/5 stands for n (but I don't know why)

10/5 stands for n (but I don't know why)

Unregistered999

04-28-2006, 08:05:05

lol... the first one is unsolvable if you don't know Japanese

look at the table of hiragana at this page

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hiragana

focus on the left part only, from a to o, and from a to wa

the numerator of the fraction stands for colomn number (row number in this table)

the denominator stands for row number (colomn number in this table)

then take a look at the Japanese numbers

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_numbers

you should know how to solve now ;)

really thanks for your dearest help...

I finally finish the Number 1.... even though I know little japanese...

btw...

a hint for someone who still don't know..

when you read the "Table of hiragana" at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hiragana ,

be reminded that you need to count aslo the first line [a, i, u, e, o with blue colour] at "vowels"...

then you have the correct code to go the link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_numbers to check the meaning of it...

Hope this would help others...

look at the table of hiragana at this page

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hiragana

focus on the left part only, from a to o, and from a to wa

the numerator of the fraction stands for colomn number (row number in this table)

the denominator stands for row number (colomn number in this table)

then take a look at the Japanese numbers

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_numbers

you should know how to solve now ;)

really thanks for your dearest help...

I finally finish the Number 1.... even though I know little japanese...

btw...

a hint for someone who still don't know..

when you read the "Table of hiragana" at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hiragana ,

be reminded that you need to count aslo the first line [a, i, u, e, o with blue colour] at "vowels"...

then you have the correct code to go the link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_numbers to check the meaning of it...

Hope this would help others...

Unregistered32

04-29-2006, 03:50:14

i think im the first one to say this but i won....i beat it.....

LéTut

05-14-2006, 20:17:51

This sucks, I figured out how to do some of the tasks, but I can't lit the light! Only the last one is shining... :(

Kimmi

05-14-2006, 21:02:56

what do u have to do to get it to take the answers????

angelived

05-16-2006, 19:11:58

oh no anyone can help with no 6 pls?? i got the letters but i dunno what numbers to put down..... r d f f i

demon

06-16-2006, 13:15:46

think of what number the missing lines make like the one that looks like a e you need two more lines and they look like a 1 so the the 1 away from 8 and you get 7

tawney

06-18-2006, 08:34:29

excellent i finished at last thanks for all the hints especially carmel no way could i have done that one by myself maths is so not my forte

Christine

07-01-2006, 20:12:21

I can't get 2 or 4. I've tried looking up Wikipedia but the game said I was wrong.

dana

07-07-2006, 14:52:21

have got 3rd and 5th lights.

hint for 3rd one: substract top from bottom...

hint for 5th one: use the phone...

besides, i've got how to make 2nd and 6th, but it does not work out.

i think that in the 2nd one you have to count the number of strikes for each sign.

for the 6th one you should use a pc keyboard and type in the numbers marked red.

hint for 3rd one: substract top from bottom...

hint for 5th one: use the phone...

besides, i've got how to make 2nd and 6th, but it does not work out.

i think that in the 2nd one you have to count the number of strikes for each sign.

for the 6th one you should use a pc keyboard and type in the numbers marked red.

tarumi

07-07-2006, 21:51:59

i cnt get 1,2 or 4!!!!!!!!!!!

sherlock

07-09-2006, 18:15:43

still can't get number 1..am i an idiot or sth :(

sherlock

07-09-2006, 18:17:15

sorry it was number 2

murph_3

07-09-2006, 21:46:42

I cant get #2 either!!!

no help is helping me, must be a bad hair day or something

edit: refresh until a simpler set of letters come up! :')

no help is helping me, must be a bad hair day or something

edit: refresh until a simpler set of letters come up! :')

tarumi

07-10-2006, 14:14:15

i cnt get #1 or #2

murph_3

07-10-2006, 18:00:26

#2 you have to count the lines... i refreshed the game until i got an easyier set

post #70 & #76 can help out too

post #70 & #76 can help out too

tarumi

07-10-2006, 20:14:50

thnx i tried that but it still doesnt wrk ... i give up...

dannyb88

08-28-2006, 10:56:45

these are what i have

926

Any help

Thanks

Edit: NVM did it just from trial and error as i had 3 of the same symbols

926

Any help

Thanks

Edit: NVM did it just from trial and error as i had 3 of the same symbols

dannyb88

08-28-2006, 11:17:27

1 =

I also got # 1 by chance

From left to right the 1st row was 5/2(M), 3/2(S), 9/5(M), 9/5(M), 5/2(M)

From left to right the 2nd row was 1/2(M+), 4/2(L), 2/3(M), 2/3(M), 1/2(M+)

S, M, and L is small, medium and large. M+ is for slightly larger than medium. On mine the 3/2 and both of the 9/5 were offset to the left in regards to the bottom row. Both the 5/2 were offset to the right in regards to the bottom row.

I got the answer 27662.

Im not sure but I think the first and last numbers come from subtracting the bottom number from the top. Possibly because it was offset to the right? The second seems to be addition and it cannot be reduced to a whole number. The third and fourth seems to be multiplication because 9/5 x 2/3 is 6/5.

I hope this helps someone.

3 = figure which lines are missing to make an 8 and those lines will make a number.

4 = I went to wikipedia and looked up billiard balls then i found which numbers had which colors.

5 = grab a phone and look for which numbers have those letters.

6 = start from the letter on the keyboard and move to the red space, also do them from left to right.

if anyone can do number 2 i will be very grateful

I also got # 1 by chance

From left to right the 1st row was 5/2(M), 3/2(S), 9/5(M), 9/5(M), 5/2(M)

From left to right the 2nd row was 1/2(M+), 4/2(L), 2/3(M), 2/3(M), 1/2(M+)

S, M, and L is small, medium and large. M+ is for slightly larger than medium. On mine the 3/2 and both of the 9/5 were offset to the left in regards to the bottom row. Both the 5/2 were offset to the right in regards to the bottom row.

I got the answer 27662.

Im not sure but I think the first and last numbers come from subtracting the bottom number from the top. Possibly because it was offset to the right? The second seems to be addition and it cannot be reduced to a whole number. The third and fourth seems to be multiplication because 9/5 x 2/3 is 6/5.

I hope this helps someone.

3 = figure which lines are missing to make an 8 and those lines will make a number.

4 = I went to wikipedia and looked up billiard balls then i found which numbers had which colors.

5 = grab a phone and look for which numbers have those letters.

6 = start from the letter on the keyboard and move to the red space, also do them from left to right.

if anyone can do number 2 i will be very grateful

sonicfan0

09-16-2006, 01:58:49

just to clear things up i'll point some tips out for number 1

From left to right the 1st row was 3/2(S), 3/2(S), 6/1(L), 6/1(L), 1/2(S)

From left to right the 2nd row was 4/2(L), 4/2(L), 4/2(M), 4/2(M), 4/2(L)

this equals77881

From left to right the 1st row was 5/2(M), 3/2(S), 9/5(M), 9/5(M), 5/2(M)

From left to right the 2nd row was 1/2(M+), 4/2(L), 2/3(M), 2/3(M), 1/2(M+)

this equals27662

and the three set of 2/2,8/3,and1/3 is 9

From left to right the 1st row was 3/2(S), 3/2(S), 6/1(L), 6/1(L), 1/2(S)

From left to right the 2nd row was 4/2(L), 4/2(L), 4/2(M), 4/2(M), 4/2(L)

this equals77881

From left to right the 1st row was 5/2(M), 3/2(S), 9/5(M), 9/5(M), 5/2(M)

From left to right the 2nd row was 1/2(M+), 4/2(L), 2/3(M), 2/3(M), 1/2(M+)

this equals27662

and the three set of 2/2,8/3,and1/3 is 9

sonicfan0

09-16-2006, 02:35:24

finally i beat it and a rank b

PussInHeels

10-24-2006, 20:39:00

forget this...i don't need to feel more stupid than I normally do

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Neener

06-18-2007, 08:34:17

PLease use the edit button multiple posted are not allowed

MissJoJo

12-23-2007, 09:00:38

these are what i have

926

Any help

Thanks

Edit: NVM did it just from trial and error as i had 3 of the same symbols

eh, what is the first number?

926

Any help

Thanks

Edit: NVM did it just from trial and error as i had 3 of the same symbols

eh, what is the first number?

i6_quadcore

10-18-2015, 22:19:38

for number two, chinese characters are displayed

the answer is the number of strokes in each character

however, the strokes are not just individual lines (e.g. "乙" is considered one stroke)

use this reference page to count strokes http://www.sljfaq.org/afaq/stroke-order.html

the answer is the number of strokes in each character

however, the strokes are not just individual lines (e.g. "乙" is considered one stroke)

use this reference page to count strokes http://www.sljfaq.org/afaq/stroke-order.html

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