- Level 1
You know how it works, right? The answer is a URL.
- Level 2
It's a palindrome.
"I can be black, blue, grey, green and brown as well."
- Level 3
Look at the title of the page.
- Level 4
Rhymes with duck.
- Level 5
Look at the title for an additional clue.
The most important phrase is "Get in line!"
- Level 6
Highlight the hidden text.
- Level 7
Save the picture, and zoom in on it closely.
- Level 8
- Level 9
Hover your mouse over the last image. (Or view source.)
- Level 10
View source. Look at the title. You should get enough clues to do some arithmetic.
- Level 11
View source. You need binary knowledge for this. Go google binary addition or something. I had a hard time too. The answer is in numbers.
- Level 12
View source. Scrutinize it!
- Level 13
Look at the title. Use Google! It's not the obvious answer - there's another name for it! ^^
- Level 14
View source for the clue, and unscramble it. The title gives a hint.
- Level 15
The Os are familiar huh. Check out the phrase.
- Level 16
Hint 1: Look at the bold alphabets. And the title - why 51? (:
Hint 2: Think chemistry.
- Level 17
Look at the title and say it real fast. Then the picture will be an obvious clue. (:
- Level 18
Look at the image in the title!
- Level 19
Hint 1: It's a frickin' pattern. It might help to read out each line verbally.
Hint 2: Look at the number of Zs in each number. Then the number of ones. Count them.
- Level 20
Look at the picture! It's not arithmetic, but rather in a graphic sense. (: Which language/country does the picture imply?
- Level 21
Google ditloid if you don't know what it means. Solve the ditloid.
The title is a clue, as well as the highlighted Y and italicised "searching".
- Level 22
Add this one up - each cube has 3 sides that you can't see.
- Level 23
This is really tedious. You need a letter from the answers of each level. To check if your answer is correct, it's got something to do with the picture.
- Level 24
Hint 1:This is annoying for people who didn't learn it in school. If you did, you'll realise the letters are a mnemonic.
Hint 2: The mnemonic is ROYGBIV. Google it if you didn't learn it in school.
- Level 25
It's a pattern. Type it out.
- Level 26
If you have no idea what those words are, google them to find out. You should get a graphic representation of alphabets.
- Level 27
There are 9 logos. Something used to be 9 but is now 8. Which is the one that no longer counts? (Sciency!)
- Level 28
Hint 1: Each picture represents a letter. Each line is hence a word, and each word spells out a number. So you'll get 4 numbers.
Hint 2: Use the numbers in alphabet code to get a 4 letter-word answer.
- Level 29
The riddle is a homophone. The answer is the spelling of the red highlighted phrase.
- Level 30
The main clue is the title. Solve the bunch of homophones. Each line is a homophone.
- Level 31
Superimpose the 2 triangles together. The italicised word is a clue to the superimposed image you get. You'll need Google.
- Level 32
Notice the little arrows in each alphabet, but they go in opposite directions (i.e. for the D in Down, the arrow points up.) So reverse all the clues you get. You'll get a funny word, so Google it! (:
- Level 33
Use your calculator to add it up! It spells a word.
- Level 34
Enlarge the picture, print it out, do some cutting and pasting to make a 3D figure. It's a pain and I haven't done it. I refuse to get the answer online so I think I'll be permanently stuck here. So here's the end!!!
Feel free to leave a comment for help if you need more elaboration, I'll reply asap. (: I doubt I'll continue though, it was fun during my exam period when I was bored but now I've got plenty more fun things to occupy my time!! Whee!