it's time to say your pqo's...
-The title hints at the alphabet song. It gives a pattern to the keyboard with "PQO"
-So, if you follow the pattern (look at the keyboard, this is easy to show but hard to explain), "A" is represented by the letter "P" (key in the right upper corner of the keyboard).
-"B" is represented by the letter "Q" (key in the upper left hand corner of the keyboard).
-"C" is represented by the letter "O" (the letter next to "P" (which represents "A").
-So, if you follow the pattern, put one finger on "P" and one on "Q". Alternate keystrikes between your right and left fingers and move one key towards the center with each keystrike.
-Doing this, you get a string of letters "PQOWIEURYT" to represent "ABCDEFGHIJ"
-Doing this on the next row of keys, you get "LAKSJDHFG" to represent "KLMNOPQRS"
-On the last line, Weff REVERSES the pattern. Since your last keystrike was with your right hand on the second row "G", you have to start on the left side of the lowest row. So the code is "ZMXNCBV" to represent "TUVWXYZ"
-the repeated "QAPR" on the screen refers back to "BLAH" that was presented in a similar pattern in "Block 1". You will see that, in the code key, "QAPR=BLAH".
-So, decipher the clue: "ynpgfpygiwqbpomdjeojeeii"="iwasraisedbyacupofcoffee"
-So, hit the "Source Clue" ("no you weren't... but who was?") and type it into google.
-No googling required.
-The source code hints that something is out and to put it back in.
-Look at the properties of the image, the format is different then usual. Correct it.
-The tile of the page is different then the url. The title is the answer.
I WILL REMEEEEEMBERRRR DOIN THE TIIIIME WARRRRP
-Just add up the Title of the 4 pages that said "Check".
-"thebest" "torn" "plastic" "intown"
*...emit a ta owt.
-Read the above phrase backwards.
-Check the source code. Clue "cg=u, bj=t, and ei=s".
-c=3 and g=7. 3X7=21. 21=u
-e=5 and i=9. ei=45. 45-26=19=s.
-EQUALS can be a 3 latter word in this fashion. E*Q=5*17=85. 85-26=59. 59-26=33. 33-26=7. 7=G.
come on weff, where are the hints
-Check out the source clues. The word on the screen is "eeze.html". The html code has <br> in front of it. "breeze"
-This brings you to an png image. Has an extra "N" in it. Source code points to level 25. That level had a bunch of different hidden images to make a word.
-Find the extra images (First one is "Alpha", so the second is "Beta" and "Gamma").
-You will find extra "N", "I", "L" in the files.
-Source code. 2 clues.
-First: whatsthat.wav. Brings you to a 9 note cord.
-Second:die.html. Brings you to a clue that you have to go back to the "Supersonic" and the "noise" levels (the telephone keypad levels).
-"Confusion is the sound". Go to cofusion.wav
-Get a second sound file. Sounds like notes are being repeated in a pattern. But what notes? Compare the sound to the first sound file (ie: 4th note in the scale is 4. If it is repeated twice, then it is 4l3=I.
-Code 7l3 3l2 8l1 8l2 7l3 6l2
turn five into four
-Look at the source code. You find 2 hints.
-First hint: "eased". Hmmm...five letters.
-Second hint: look at the gibberish html code. If you read it vertacally, you see the words "dot dash". Hmmm...Morse code.
-Morse code for eased is ..-. .. ...- .
-If you remove the spaces and try to get a 4 letter word out of it, you get multiple combinations. The winning one is this one: ..-. .. .- ..
<!-- almost a -->useful number!
-So you are looking at pi. Title hints that it is "almost" pi. Check the source and you get a few gaps.
-Google "pi" and you can fill in the gaps.
-Missing numbers: 16-8-15-5-14-9-24
-The old A=1, B=2 etc.
serving alcoholic beverages in another galaxy
-Look at the source code.
-Do the level 1 trick (highlight) the source code.
-See the bars next to the words? Yep, spaces.
-Easiest way to count it is by putting the cursor on the left side of the screen on the line bolow the one you want to count, then start using the cursor back.
-The lines have the following number of spaces: 5-3-19-20-1-19-25="Ecstasy"
A Cryptography Level.
-8 letter word
-The "key" is !_), @_!, #_@, etc. Shift it all and you get 1-0, 2-1, 3-2, 4-3, 5-4, 6-5, 7-6, 8-7.
-Translate the "word" into number.
-eygldijv=5, 25, 7, 12, 4, 9, 10, 22
-1-0=the first number-the zero number. 5-0=5
-Translated, the new code in 5, 20, -18, 5, -8, 5, 1, 12
-Translate to letters. For the negative numbers, start at the letter "z" and go backwards.
Giddyup... (not a hint, just a joke)
-Write out the numbers as they would appear in a digital clock.
-Overlap the four numbers and use a toggle switch concept (One=On, Two=Off).
-For each number, there are 7 possible lines on a digital clock that can be "On" or "Off". (Really, gp look at a clock).
-So, overlapping the 7 numbers, toggle the swick for each of those 7 bars on each of those numbers. If that particular bar is "On" in 5 of the overlapping numbers, then you flick the switch on and off 5 times (On-Off-On-Off-On). So, even=off and odd=on.
-When you are done, you can read a word.
End Batch 4.