On the Subject of Ten Choose Eight
What... is your favourite colour? Green. No.
More Tips for More Success
- Enter four 4-digit codes into the module with the buttons. The first code you enter has a "sequence number" of 1, the second has a sequence number of 2, etc.
- There are 4 flashing LEDs. Each is assigned a "key". One will be flashing Morse code, one will be flashing tap code, one will flash a sequence of 5 colors, and the last will produce 1–7 regular flashes.
- The keys of the Morse and tap code LEDs are their translated letters.
- The key of the LED flashing colors is the first letter of the name of its 5th flashing color. This will be called the Color Keys
- The key of the remaining LED is obtained by indexing into the sequence
R G B M C Y Wby the number of flashes produced.
- The LED giving the color key flashes the colors assigned to each sequence number in order, ignoring the last flash.
- Assign keys to each sequence number by starting with the key given by the color key and proceeding downwards, wrapping around.
- Use the below instructions to obtain the code to enter for each sequence number.
- The number in the code represent the buttons ordered from top to bottom.
- Once each code has been obtained, shift each of the presses a number of buttons down equal to one fewer than the sequence number, wrapping around.
- Stereo RCA
- Take this sequence's key's alphabetic position and add the number of ports on the bomb in List R
- Use the rightmost two digits of this number, prepending with a zero if the number is less than ten.
- Reference both of these digits in the below table with the sequence number as the column to obtain the correct code to enter.
|1 Odd, 1 Even||1423||2314||4123||1231|