On the Subject of Odd One Out

One of these things is not like the others! One of these things just doesn’t belong!

There are 6 buttons on the module which can display a variety of different things or can display a variety of different things whilst hovering over them. 5 of the buttons satisfy a specific property, and 1 does not. Press the button that does not satisfy the condition to move on to the next stage. Once 5 stages have been completed, press the button that has had the correct answer a unique number of times to solve the module. If an incorrect button is pressed, a strike will occur, and the module will reset to stage 1. Stages and displays* do not change.

Display Set Instructions
3D Tunnels
Symbols
Each button displays a symbol
The correct button has the symbol which does not appear on the same 3D Tunnels plane as the other five.
Benedict Cumberbatch
Names
Each button displays a surname or forename from Benedict Cumberbatch; correct answer has the set of prefixes and suffixes which is impossible to create on the module.
Country Flags Each button displays a flag of a country.
The correct button has one of the following:
  1. The flag of the country where it’s name doesn’t start with the starting or ending letter as the rest.
  2. The flag of the country which does or does not contain the letter ‘e’.
Encoded Letters Each button can display a letter using a selection of different encoding methods from other modules, including Braille, Lombax, Maritime Flags, Morse Code, Pigpen, Semaphore, Standard Galactic Alphabet, Zoni, and numeric position (decimal or binary).
The correct button has the symbol which is one of the following:
  1. A different letter to the other five.
  2. A letter which, when removed from the other five in reading order, creates a word.
Extravagant Colors Each button has a color and displays a name.
The correct button has the color where when converted into a hex color code, the red, green, or blue value is different from the rest.
Grocery Items Each button will display an item from either from Grocery Store or Cheap Checkout. The correct button displays the item from the other module.
Letters The correct button has one of the following:
  1. The letter which when all letters are converted to their numeric equivalents and put in ascending order, does not match the interval of the others.
  2. The letter which is not part of the word when the letters are decrypted using an Atbash cipher.
  3. The letter which is not part of the word after the letters are decrypted using a Caesar cipher with a key of 13.
  4. The letter which when translated into Morse Code has its first two symbols different from the rest.
  5. The letter which when converted into a Maritime Flag does not contain a color which the other 5 share.
  6. The letter which when converted into Semaphore does not contain a flag position which the other 5 share.
  7. The letter when converted using a Pigpen cipher have a dot where the the others do not or does not where the others do.
Musical Notes Each button displays a musical note.
The first 5 notes of a major scale will be shown.
Press the note not in the major scale.
*Note that what displays may change but the note itself will stay the same.
Numbers The correct button has one of the following:
  1. The number which has a different modulo output with the base of 4, 7, 9 or 11.
  2. The number which has a different digit count than the others.
  3. The number which has either a different number of lines or a different number of dots when written in Zoni.
Numbers with a Colored Background The buttons display six different colors with almost sequential numbers; the correct button is the color which, when placed in ascending number order, does not appear in the correct position with regards to the list of colors in the Simon Speaks manual.
Periodic Table
Symbols
Each button displays an elemental symbol.
The correct button has the symbol which is one of the following:
  1. An abbreviation for an element that does not exist.
  2. An element which is in a different column/row than the other 5.
Question Mark
Images
Each button displays an image from Question Mark; the correct button has the image which is not in the same row as the other 5 in the Question Mark manual.
Three-Letter Codes The buttons can display six different:
  1. Country ISO codes from Flags
  2. Currency codes from both Flags and Foreign Exchange Rates.
  3. Company codes from The Stock Market.
  4. Codes from Morse War.
Correct is the button which displays the invalid code.
USA State
Abbreviations
Each button displays a two-letter US state abbreviation; the correct button has the made-up abbreviation.
Words Each button can display one from a selection of six words from the modules Anagrams, Braille, Extended Password, Password, Poetry, Tap Code, Word Scramble, or Word Search. The correct button displays the word which is from a different module to the others.
Zoo Animals Each button displays an animal from Zoo; the correct button has the animal which is not in line with the other five.

Appendix [OFNIJS]:

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

Numeric Position

Is where you turn a letter into a number by finding which position it is in the alphabet. (A=1, B=2, C=3... X=24, Y=25, Z=26).

Binary conversion:

1 00001 2 00010 3 00011 4 00100
5 00101 6 00110 7 00111 8 01000
9 01001 10 01010 11 01011 12 01100
13 01101 14 01110 15 01111 16 10000
17 10001 18 10010 19 10011 20 10100
21 10101 22 10110 23 10111 24 11000
25 11001 26 11010 27 11011 28 11100

Atbash cipher

Is where you take a letter and convert it to its opposite in the alphabet. (A=Z, B=Y, C=X... X=C, Y=B, Z=A).

Caesar cipher

Is where you take a letter and move forward a certain amount in the alphabet using a specific number called the key. Caesar cipher with a key of 13 is also known as ROT13.

Modulo

Is the remainder after division

Colors:

Color: Name: Hex code - #RRGGBB:
Aqua #00FFFF
Azure #0088FF
Boulder #888888
Carrot #FF8800
Ceramic #FFFFFF
Chartreuse #88FF00
Denim #0000FF
Dolly #FFFF88
Eggplant #880088
Fuchsia #FF00FF
Harlequin #00FF00
Helitrope #FF88FF
Lawn #008800
Lemon #FFFF00
Maroon #880000
Mint #88FF88
Navy #000088
Olive #888800
Periwinkle #8888FF
Rose #FF0088
Salmon #FF8888
Scarlet #FF0000
Spring #00FF88
Swamp #000000
Teal #008888
Turquoise #88FFFF
Violet #8800FF

Major scales

  • C, D, E, F, G, A, B
  • F, G, A, B♭, C, D, E
  • B♭, C, D, E♭, F, G, A
  • E♭, F, G, A♭, B♭, C, D
  • A♭, B♭, C, D♭, E♭, F, G
  • D♭, E♭, F, G♭, A♭, B♭, C
  • G♭, A♭, B♭, C♭, D♭, E♭, F
  • C♭, D♭, E♭, F♭, G♭, A♭, B♭
  • G, A, B, C, D, E, F♯
  • D, E, F♯, G, A, B, C♯
  • A, B, C♯, D, E, F♯, G♯
  • E, F♯, G♯, A, B, C♯, D♯
  • B, C♯, D♯, E, F♯, G♯, A♯
  • F♯, G♯, A♯, B, C♯, D♯, E♯
  • C♯, D♯, E♯, F♯, G♯, A♯, B♯

Anagrams Words

STREAM MASTER TAMERS
LOOPED POODLE POOLED
CELLAR CALLER RECALL
SEATED SEDATE TEASED
RESCUE SECURE RECUSE
RASHES SHEARS SHARES
BARELY BARLEY BLEARY
DUSTER RUSTED RUDEST

Word Scramble Words

  • ARCHER
  • ATTACK
  • BANANA
  • BLASTS
  • BURSTS
  • BUTTON
  • CANNON
  • CASING
  • CHARGE
  • DAMAGE
  • DEFUSE
  • DEVICE
  • DISARM
  • FLAMES
  • KABOOM
  • KEVLAR
  • KEYPAD
  • LETTER
  • MODULE
  • MORTAR
  • NAPALM
  • OTTAWA
  • PERSON
  • ROBOTS
  • ROCKET
  • SAPPER
  • SEMTEX
  • WEAPON
  • WIDGET
  • WIRING