On the Subject of Encryption Bingo

I reckon this module will go well with retirement.

When the bomb is initiated, and after every solve, a ball will roll out to the right of a 5 by 5 bingo card. The bingo ball will have encoded information written on it, referring to the position of a square on the card. Stamp said position, and the ball will roll away. The module is disarmed once there are 5 stamps in a row, column, or diagonal line. It is possible that multiple balls will appear per solved module, one after the other. Stamping the wrong square incurs a strike and gives you a new ball. Solving another module before all active balls have had their squares stamped also causes a strike, but does not give you a new ball.

E L W G N
R O Z T B
U D P V C
X Q Y F M
H A J I S
O Q T K U
N E V W I
X L M A P
G H Y C Z
S B F R D
D G T A R
M Y E S B
C I H U X
O J W Q N
P F V K L
Corresponds to...
Morse Code
Tap Code
Maritime Flags
Semaphore
Pigpen *
Corresponds to...
Lombax
Braille
Wingdings
Zoni
• S.G.A. *
Corresponds to...
Cube Symbols
Runes **
• Fontana
• ASCII Hex Codes
• New York Point

Observe the method of encoding. Stamp the square in the same position as the square containing the encoded letter in the corresponding grid above.

* J and L in Pigpen look similar to M and E in the Standard Galactic Alphabet. The S.G.A. has square dots, while Pigpen has circular dots.

** Runes that correspond to more than one letter will never show up.

If the ball has a play button symbol on it, it is a listening ball. Tap the ball to play a sound, and stamp the square that's in the same position in the table below as that sound.

Campfire Jaws theme Camera Dripping Water Fire Truck
Footsteps Paper Crumpling Sugar Sifter Clapperboard Singing Bowl
Museum Tour MTA Door Warning Balloon Deflating Egg Cracking Timpani
See-Saw Car Horn Orchestra Tuning Walking on Snow Rain
Cicadas Cat Purring Scissors Dishwasher Clock Chiming

If a ball has an arrow on it, stamp the first unfilled square that is in that direction from the most recently stamped square, looping over if needed. Arrows can point both orthogonally and diagonally, and can take the form of shapes from Gridlock.

If a ball has a number between 1 and 24 on it, stamp the square that is that many squares in reading order from the most recently stamped square. Numbers can take the form of Arabic numerals, Roman numerals, binary, Zoni, or Maritime Flags.

If the ball has a Chinese number written on it, stamp that square in Chinese reading order. (Start at top right, up to down, then likewise with each column going left.)

Standard Galactic Alphabet:

A B C D E F G H I J K L M
A B C D E F G H I J K L M
N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

New York Point:

Fontana:

ASCII Hex Codes:

A B C D E F G H I J K L M
041 042 043 044 045 046 047 048 049 04A 04B 04C 04D
N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
04E 04F 050 051 052 053 054 055 056 057 058 059 05A