Da Vinci Quest on Google - Solutions

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The "Da Vinci Code Quest on Google" is an online competition tied into the release of the movie version of Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code. Beginning on April 17th, 2006 the Quest will involve solving puzzles and codes over the course of a 24-day period. Below I'll try and offer any help I can on each day's challenge, and remember to check the comments section as well for others' tips (feel free to chip in with your own comments or assistance at any stage).


Warning: Quest Spoilers Below

Day 1: The first day challenge is a Sudoku-like game (using symbols rather than the usual numbers or letters) similar to those that have been on the movie website for a while now. Each puzzle is different, so I can't give you the solution, but it is quite easy. Just look at each vertical and horizontal line, as well as the marked shaded sections, and use a process of elimination. After you solve the puzzle, you are asked a question regarding a triangular symbol on Langdon's (Hanks') face - the answer is "blade".

Day 2: Again, the initial puzzle is simple enough, with matching pairs of debris to be cleared away from a painting. After you solve the puzzle, you are asked a question regarding a cross-like symbol on Aringarosa's face - the answer is "greek cross".

Day 3: Today's puzzle is a test of observation. The question points you to a movie trailer on Google Video (search for "Robert Langdon"), and three questions are asked about scenes in the movie. Give it a go yourself, but if you are stuck here are the answers: (i) fleur de lys (ii) vitruvian man and (iii) five.

Day 4: Today's puzzle is a very simple game of organising the positioning of paintings so that they all fit in a certain space. After you solve the puzzle, you are asked a question regarding an upside down triangular symbol on Sophie Neveu's face - the answer is "chalice".

Day 5: In this instalment of the quest, you are asked to 'checkmate' a king - though you don't need to know chess, as the moves are done automatically when you answer three questions. Silas' spiked belt is a cilice, the 2nd to 4th ranked members of the Priory of Sion are the sénéchaux, and the engraved tablet is known as the keystone.

Day 6: Today you have a jigsaw puzzle to complete, of a Google Earth satellite image. As usual, this task is reasonably easy. Once completed, you are asked: "This city contains a 3-D version of Leonardo's the Last Supper created by Marisol, where is this city?" The answer is New York (thanks Schmoozer for the input). I wonder if the words at the bottom of the image have any further bearing on the quest...one is 'Sanborn' (which is the surname of the creator of the Kryptos statue which is supposed to play a part in Brown's next book - is this just a coincidence?). The other, FYI in case of further questions, is 'Bluesky'.

Day 7: The puzzle is another sudoku-like symbol game, this time with a grid of 5x5, rather than the 4x4 in round 1. A tough one too - I actually had to make an educated guess at one stage, with no definite solution presenting themselves. Anyhow, once finished, the question was "how many stones in 196000 grains." Seeing as there are 98000 grains in one stone, the answer is therefore "2" (I entered "two" to start with and was rejected...so enter the actual numeral).

Update: It seems that people are getting different questions here, although all (that I know of) have been measurement conversions - here's a handy online resource to help out. More tips: be sure to use the correct units (many countries have different standards), and also use the Google search function...I had another try at today's puzzle (just for fun) and had all sorts of trouble working out a conversion on the mass of Jupiter, until I used the mass that Google gave me (as opposed to Wikipedia and other sources). Feel free to leave your particular question and answer in the comments below, in case someone else gets the same one.

Day 8: This round is once again a 'clear the debris' game, which is easy enough by trial and error, and a little intuition. The revealed question is once again different for everyone, although all seem to ask questions based on ISBN numbers (mine was "what was ISBN 0895581167 the time of? - my answer was Donatello). To find out the book your ISBN refers to, you can either use Google as the quest suggests, or I find it easier using Amazon.com's search function, or start with isbn-check.com (thanks Chirag).

Day 9: Back to the 'curator' puzzle, in which you must hang paintings on a wall. Once again, the 'question of the day is random, so you probably won't get the same as me: "What month is Italy's national day?" The answer is June. For other answers, see below in the comments, or just cut and paste your question into Google - it generally gives you the answer.

Day 10: Today is another observation puzzle, with the questions based on a new Google video which introduces the albino monk Silas. You need to watch (and listen) to the clip closely to ascertain the answers. Question 1 asks the shape of an important looking stone object which Silas finds - the answer is octagon. The second question asks what is the last thing Silas touches in the video - this refers to the 'reverse shot' from inside the font - the answer is of course holy water. Finally, the last question asks: "what is it that will ultimately be broken?" You need to have listened to the voiceover to figure out this one - the answer is silence.

Day 11: Three questions today, as part of the chess componenent of the quest. Question one is: "A word that can read the same backwards or forwards is called:" - the answer is palindrome. Question two asks where in the Louvre was Jacques Sauniere's body found, the answer is Denon Wing. Finally, the last question asks "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog" is an example of what? The answer is pangram (a piece of text which uses every letter of the alphabet.).

Day 12: Today is a jigsaw puzzle - as usual, the easiest way to complete it is to start with corner pieces, work on to side pieces, and then finish the internal. The museum is the Palazzo di Venezia, and it can be found in the city of Rome. To find the Greek Cross (which won't appear until you click on the correct building), go to Google Maps and search for "Museo Nazionale di Palazzo di Venezia". Switch to the satellite view and you should get a fair indication of where to find it. Update: See this image (180kb).

Day 13: The beginning of round 3 sees another sudoku puzzle. Each of these are random, so you're on your own. Once done, you are presented with a random translation question. A good resource is to use Babelfish for this, or if you want feel free to add your particular question and answer in the comments (mine was, what is the translation of avorio - "ivory").

Day 14: Today is another 'restoration' puzzle, and this one is more difficult/frustrating - hang in there if you have problems, and if you really strike a difficult one it might pay to press the 'Request new puzzle' button. Once completed, you are given a cipher which needs to be decrypted using the Atbash (a code in which each letter of the alphabet is transposed onto a 'backward' alphabet). Use the two alphabets on this page to work out what your message is (for the record, mine was "xlmhkrizxb", which works out as conspiracy.

Day 15: On we go to the 'curator' puzzle for the third time. Not sure of everyone else's challenge, but I was lucky enough to get the easiest puzzle thus far I think...only took me a matter of seconds. Afterwards, there is once again a language challenge - I was asked for the Italian word for "painting". I used Babelfish and easily found the answer: "pittura".

Day 16: Today is the chess puzzle, in which you have to answer three multiple choice questions correctly to 'checkmate the king'. Question 1 asks who designed the Louvre's famous pyramid - the answer is I. M. Pei. The second question asks which French king built the Louvre, you should select Philip II Augustus. The final question asks which of the list of people never set foot in Notre Dame: Pope Leo IX will take you to checkmate.

Day 17: Another Google video to watch, this round the subject is Leigh Teabing (played by Ian McKellen). Three questions are posed regarding the video: the letter in the clip is "f", the word is "quest" and the number of 'spectacles' is "7".

Day 18: An easy jigsaw puzzle to conclude round three (one more to go!), followed by a question regarding Leonardo's perpetual motion sketch (answer: "London"). You then have to find four triangles ('blades') on the map, if you have a sharp eye they are easy enough to find. These point at a building in London, the answer to the question is "Imperial College".

Day 19: Ow! The final round begins with a much tougher Sudoku challenge...I actually had to request a new puzzle as I couldn't start the first one, and the second still took quite a long time to figure out. After that, you are asked a question which you need to use Google Books to solve - enter in the author, and the book to the search box. Then, search inside that book for the words which are in bold in your question. Funnily enough, I couldn't even use this to figure mine out, as Google said the page I was searching for was 'restricted'. Luckily, it was a book in the public domain, so I searched for the phrase in the Project Gutenberg. For anyone that gets the same as me, the "chief Italian virtue" found in William Dean Howells' Italian Journey is patience (oh, the irony).

Day 20: For the last time we're given the 'clearing debris from paintings' puzzle. I've had trouble with this every round, but funnily enough not this time. Using the honeycomb grid behind the debris certainly helps to keep your bearings. Afterwards, I was asked another Google book question, about the artist who has a piece in the Uffizi which shows "a woman playing the lute". Searching for that phrase, and "Uffizi", in Google Book Search, shows that the artist is "Bega" (Cornelius).

Day 21: The final curator puzzle has us hanging paintings, and again mine was surprisingly easy (apologies to anyone having troubles). Afterwards came yet another random question based on Google Book Search - mine was 'whose birthplace did Petrarch' stop in at, the answer was "Virgil". As always, people are posting their own questions and answers in the comments section below (5 pages worth now!), so if you're stuck it might pay to browse the most recent posts (ie. usually the final page).

Day 22: Today's "chess" puzzle is perhaps the easiest round so far. The leading member of the Priory of Sion is the "Nautonnier", the individual not rumoured to be a member of the PoS was "Nicolas Poussin", and the Egyptian goddess of fertility was "Isis" (not to mention being the name of my daughter).

Day 23: The penultimate puzzle today, and it's another jigsaw map to put together. The city shown in the map is "Paris", the nine cinquefoils can be found in a long triangle at about -45 degrees to the vertical. The final answer (what sequence is 1, 4, 9) is squares.

Day 24: The final puzzle, which consists of three questions that are based on a new Google video introducing the character of Sophie Neveu (played by Audrey Tatou). The answers to each question respectively are "2", "So dark the con of man", and "Madonna of the Rocks".

Update: There seems to be some confusion as to how participants make the 'final 10,000' and move onto the last phase of the competition (in the U.S.) The rules state: "ONCE PARTICIPANT FILLS IN HIS/HER GOOGLE ID AND CLICKS "SUBMIT" ON THE PUZZLE COMPLETION FORM, HIS/HER SUBMISSION WILL BE TIME-STAMPED AND WILL BE DEEMED PARTICIPANT'S OFFICIAL PUZZLE COMPLETION TIME." So it is the time of day today that you submit the final puzzle (not how long it took you to complete it) - you have to be one of the first 10,000 to have done so. The rules also say that the final 10,000 will be notified around May 15th...so I guess you won't know until then whether you have made the grade. At least you're not in Australia (my region), where the prizes are pretty lame, and it appears to be judged solely on your idea - in 50 words or less - as to what the next Robert Langon adventure should be (judged on 'originality, creativity and adherence to the word limit).

If you like puzzles, why not solve the mystery of what's in Dan Brown's next book The Solomon Key? Take a look around this site for clues, or just buy The Guide to Dan Brown's The Solomon Key from Amazon (5-star rating).

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Kanundrum wrote 11 years 27 weeks ago

The "Da Vinci Code Quest on Google"

The puzzles are easy to figure out. But how do you know what the names of the symbols are? There is no way I would have figured the triangular symbol would have been "blade". Now to figure out what the "cross" symbol is named.

Greg wrote 11 years 27 weeks ago

Symbols

The names of the symbols have been discussed on the official movie site for some time...I guess the competition gives an edge to those who have been following the clues so far.

I've posted the answer to the cross question above.

Peace and Respect
Greg
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You monkeys only think you're running things

BrownReader wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Is anyone else having

Is anyone else having trouble with the google quest? I cannot get into the site. I managed to get in the first day to do the first clue, but I haven't been able to see a puzzle since. I get the the black screen that says "Loading the Da Vinci Code Quest on Google" and that's it. I refresh and come back, I tried about 75 times yesterday and nothing. What makes it more curious though, is that after the 1st test I was awarded a blade symbol under the symbol category. Now, 2 days later and a million attempts to see the next tests to no avail, I have also been awarded a cross in Restoration and a fleur de lis in Observation. All this WITHOUT doing any further tests. I live in Canada and am inelligible for any prizes and only want to do the tests for fun, however, it appears to me that the contest is flawed. I do not know who to contact (I thought you might be able to help me here Greg). Maybe that fact that I am in Canada is doing something weird to the program, but it seems unlikely to me. I would hate to think that someone who is not doing the work that many are doing, could ultimately win this puzzle.

Greg wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Problems

Hi,

I haven't struck any problems. On being 'awarded' the symbols - do you just mean that the symbols are 'active' now? Each day a new symbol becomes active, meaning you can click on it and solve the puzzle. I guess this is so people can come in on day 23 and do the last 23 days worth, with no penalty.

On the problems loading the puzzle, not sure why that would be. Do you have the correct version of Flash? Or perhaps there was just temporary overload on their server due to high demand? Sorry, not much help I know.

Peace and Respect
Greg
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You monkeys only think you're running things

BrownReader wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

oops, my bad! I have been

oops, my bad! I have been clicking on the play the next puzzle bar, and thought the symbols lighting up were some sort of scorecard to show you your progress. No problems here now, except I still cannot do a quiz. Maybe I'll still get lucky. I'll keep trying, I love these sorts of games and they are in short supply on the internet (the whole Quest game, not sudoku or anything like that).

Thanks again!

hayley3 wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

I'm having trouble with site too

I have a new computer so I didn't have Flash already loaded. And I have never been able to get in. It's loads halfway and then stops and tells me it's done in Netscape. If I use IE, it just sits there and never says done.

armygoose wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

I had the same problem viewing puzzles

I had to email google on that and this is the exact directions they game me:
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1. Open IE and click on the "Tools" menu.
2. Select "Internet Options."
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4. Under the heading "Temporary Internet files," click "Delete Files..."
(Note that it can take up to 30 minutes for your computer to delete your
cache history.)
5. Click on "OK."

If clearing your cache doesn't resolve the problem, you may also want to
delete your cookies. (Please note that while deleting your cookies may
resolve the problem, it will also remove your saved settings for sites
you've previously visited.) To delete your cookies, just follow these
steps:

1. Select "Tools" > "Internet Options" > "General" again.
2. Under the heading "Temporary Internet files," click on "Delete
Cookies..."
3. Click "OK" for the "Delete all cookies in the Temporary Internet Files
folder?" prompt.
4. Click "OK" to exit.

Please let us know if you need instructions for an alternate browser, or
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I'm sure more people than us are having the same issue, so I hope this helps.

Foosking wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

you click the link in the

you click the link in the question and at the bottom of the web page that opens up is the answer.

Angel6532 wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Day 7 Question

I received the question "How many are 7994 tablespoons in imperial gallons?" I did a google search of "7994 tablespoons in imperial gallon". The answer is 26

~ Angel

Angel6532 wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Day 8

After solving the particle puzzle, I received the question, "After patrinage and art are gone, what is left? Find ISBN 0198219784.
I did a google search on ISBN 0198219784.. Found the answer immediatley.

The answer was "society"
~ Angel

Angel6532 wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Day 9 help!

Can anyone tell me how to find the answer to the question "how many airports are there in France (Estimated 2004)?" I've been searching for over 2 hours now (on Google and the web) and cannot find the correct answer.

~ Angel

Angel6532 wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Day 9

I had a hard time with today's question. It was "How many airports are there in France (estimated 2004)?" I ended up searching for about 2 hours. I finally gave up and started entering numbers between the 2001 and 2005 estimates I found. The majic number was 478.

~ Angel

netman wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Use google to your advantage

Certainly tough, but remember that this is the Quest on Google, so Google the following:

"number of airports in France" (WITH the quotes)

and you'll see that the answer they're looking for is very high up in the results

http://www.google.com/search?q=%22number+of+airports+in+France%22

Happychick wrote 11 years 24 weeks ago

Thanx !

Can i say a huge thanx !....ive been doing the puzzles every day but got stuck on the observation round....i tried watching it loads of times but still couldnt get the answers. Then i stumbled on this site !....i didnt have to watch that flaming trailer anymore lol.

omnicronus wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Day 4 answer

4th puzzle answer "chalice"

If you read the book, the symbols are pretty easy.
Blade = Male Half

Same thing goes for chalice = Female half

Schmoozer wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Day 6

***********************SPOILER***********************

An easy little jigsaw taken from google's satelitte images. After putting the puzzle together you are asked: This city contains a 3-D version of Leonardo's the Last Supper created by Marisol, where is this city? You get a small clue in the bottom right of the image itself, the answer is "New York"

-Schmoozer

Smeagle wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Day 6 'Sanborn' reference.

I believe Sanborn (which is the surname of the creator of the Kryptos statue which is supposed to play a part in Brown's next book - is this just a coincidence?) being there is just a coincidence. Sanborn is a photogrammetric mapping and geographic information company that supplied the photo of New York used in the puzzle. The name is only there as credit for the photo.

bryanhenry wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

7th day

This one is a little harder I was lucky enough to get the first one
Here is the screenshot of what I was placed with

http://www.bryanhenry.com/dcode.jpg

any help would be appreciated

Foosking wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Yours is different then the

Yours is different then the one I had but these puzzles are jeasy to me. Process of elimination. My Day 7 question is "How many millimeters in 50 gross didot points?" My answers of 17.5 and 18.8 are wrong.

zsitchin wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

didot points?

Sure had to look that one up. It's .376065 mm.

50 gross is 50x144 = 7200 didot points, at .376065 per point, equals 2707.668

So try 2707 or 2708

Foosking wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

I went back and it gave me a

I went back and it gave me a new puzzle which I got correct and a new question "What is 35813 hertz in Becquerels?" Googled "35813 hertz in Bq" and got the answer.

Claudio Otero wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Another one ....for Day 7

My Day 7 question is difrent too "how many nails in 138 nautical miles?"

*+++++++++++++++* S P O I L E R *+++++++++++++++*

You must use international nautical mile = 6076.11549 feet
Then ....

The answer is 4472021

zsitchin wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Huh?

What is the length of a nail? I thought they came is various lengths. How in the world did you figure that out?

Sheesh, these are getting tough!

Schmoozer wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Use the google conversion

Use the google conversion, this is google powered 'quest' thus any answers given by google itself (not the search engine) will be correct, I believe it even rounds to whole numbers for you.

For instance mine was converting 37 rods to spans so at http://www.google.com I typed in "37 rod to spans conversion" and google replied: "37 rod = 814 spans."

I find these types of questions rather annoying, I perfer the general knowledge ones, like the day six question about the last supper sculpture. It is almost impossible to find an answer using a search engine, a few guess, general knowledge about the location of big muesems and being observant was really what was needed.

-Schmoozer

UzUmAk1 NaRu7o wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

completely different....and the questions will be too...

in a normal 9x9 number sudoku, there are about 6,670,903,752,021,072,936,960....i don't think anyone else is going to get that one soon....even you....

one suggestion for answers is Google's Calculator

it'll answer most questions for you (don't forget to round when needed....)

zsitchin wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Answer

Here's a jpg with the solution

http://www.joinertek.com/answer.jpg

trekmp wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

My 7th days puzzle

What is 250.000001 / fine-structure constant

Answer: 34259

For those that want to know what the constant is its 0.007297351

take a look at http://www.physlink.com/Education/AskExperts/ae33.cfm?CFID=2893294&CFTOKEN=37172384

Kaaron wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Day 7

I had no trouble completing the puzzle, but my question was, how many complete dunams in an acre. Not knowing what a dunam, I was at first stumped. Then I realised it was a land measurement from Israel. One dunam equals .25 of an acre approximately, so the answer is four, but I entered the numeral 4, as it woulodn't accept the word FOUR.

gillfitz wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

7th day agony

My question is "What are 15 furlongs in French Ells?"
As the measurement of an Ell seems to vary depending upon which site you look at, has anyone managed to crack this on yet?
My nearest answer is 2514.6...which is wrong.

Help!

daniel.guettler... wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Day 7 Questions

Just take any of the questions and copy and past them into google.com search. Google will tell you the correct answer

zsitchin wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

answer

15 furlongs = 2 200 french ells

motownmiss wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Day 7

My question was what is 1/phi, plus 1, minus phi. Answer is 0

DickieH wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Day 7 Question

looks like lot's of different questions today. I had "What is the conductance quantum times the magnetic flux quantum in zeptocoulombs, rounded down?"

Just in case anyone else needs it the answers 160

chirag27 wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Day 7 Question

My question was,

How many imperial gallons in 7994 tablespoons
The answer is 26.
Am noticing the key to day 7 question is a round number.

LONDELL wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Day Seven

I know that I am a bit late but if anyone is still on day 7 here is my quiz:

How many stones are in 2,794,129 carats. The answer is 88. I agree with many of you, the Sudoku puzzle was a lot easier than the first.

chirag27 wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Day 8 Puzzle

Again, the initial puzzle is simple enough, with matching pairs of debris to be cleared away from a painting. After you solve the puzzle, you are asked a question. Don't know if everyone gets different question this time,

My question was :
What is missing in ISBN 0804739056?

Google search:
http://www.lac-bac.gc.ca/iso/tc46sc9/isbn.htm#How
http://www.isbn-check.com/
helped me find the answer.

Enjoy and all the best !!!

-Chirag

DickieH wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Day 8 Question

Different question but based on the isbn code and the bottom link from Chirag worked perfectly. Thanks

sherry1 wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Day 8

Help! My question is:
The AA of their SB in ISBN 1585440981?

anyone help?????

thanks

joan wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

same queston

jas

I've tgot the same question and tried the obvious (aa for art and archology) sb for ships and boats, but now luck.

Greg wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Question?

Is the phrasing exactly as is in the question listed above? My response on that would be "Venetian" or "Venetians", as that wasn't mentioned (just "their", making that the subject of the question). Otherwise, the wording could point to it asking what the AA stands for ("Art and Archaeology"). Have you tried those?

A good point to make also for everyone - if you get stuck on a question, you can always reset it and get a new one (you'll have to redo the puzzle that it starts with though).

Peace and Respect
Greg
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You monkeys only think you're running things

fuzzy wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

how do you 'reset' a puzzle?

how do you 'reset' a puzzle? Thanks,

Fuzzy

Greg wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Easy

Close it down (browser window) and go back to the Google page.

Peace and Respect
Greg
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You monkeys only think you're running things

joan wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

you're right

jas i tried all your suggestions earlier....then gave up and tried a new puzzle. much easier question this time.

kirankumarcelestial wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Ya the Answer

The answer is "Patronage"

traceyvn wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Day 8 puzzle

I got the same question and found the answer at Amazon

suze wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

day 8 puzzle

in australia i got ISBN 0860784843 and answer is Entrepreneurs. hope it helps someone.

LONDELL wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

8th Day Question

My question was:

Who delt with the Myth of Venice in ISBN 019815254X. Doing a Google seach brought up the title Virgil and the Myth of Venice. Now that was a no brainer.

kirankumarcelestial wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Ya I got the answer

The Answer is "Patronage" which is the prefix of the book itself.

I just read the review of the book and got the answer,. It;s was a 1 Min work

allyopp wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

day 7 question

i got the question how many nibbles are in a megabyte? if u google search it on the calculator the answer is 2097152
Alicia - sexbomb_79@hotmail.com (msn addy)

luigy wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

day 7 question

my day 7 qustion was

What is pi percent of the speed of sound at sea level in miles per hour (rounded up to the nearest mile)?

i need help please

luisgtz@gmail.com

SuBsTaNcE wrote 11 years 24 weeks ago
amer2384 wrote 11 years 23 weeks ago

...

I was at school all day so as soon as I got home I went straight to my computer and did it. I just posted my answers at about 5:25 Central time, what are the odds that I probably made it?

allyopp wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

day 8 question

i got the question if u dont have war and society what do u have in ISBN 1852850906. again use google search and the book is called War, Culture and Society in renaissance Italy so the answer is Culture.
Alicia - sexbomb_79@hotmail.com (msn addy)

SaintAelphaba wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Alternating Questions

It seems that the creators of the Challenge knew that people where going to try and give away all the answers, so they are changing the questions for each person involved. We may get lucky every once and a while but don't count on each other to have all the answers. I think this is the creators way of making sure everyone does his or her own work. I'm just thankful that if you do a google search the answer is already programed into the engine. My ISBN number was something weird; & when I entered it into the search bar, it came up with the answer in the link title 2 entries in.

Oh, & if you're wondering what time they release the new puzzles everyday, it's 10 am Pacific time and 1pm Eastern. You can time it perfectly to the universal clock. Hope that helps everyone a bit.

~Saint Aelphaba

bryanhenry wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

9th Painting one

I have already solved number 9 It was a rearranging painting one.....

My Question was when was Some guy born Debussy? I googled it and it said August

When will these actually get hard?

fuzzy wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

I don't think they will,

I don't think they will, until the very end. Google and the Da Vinci Code people want as many people to keep playing as possible, so they deliberately won't make the puzzles very hard for the average person.

chirag27 wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Ya I agree. My question

Ya I agree. My question today was what year was Isaac Newton Born ? I googled it and got my answer.

jeffro wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Get Harder?

Do you think these will start to get harder as they go on? Will they make it a real competition where people get weeded out or is it straight-up promotional??

LONDELL wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Day 9

Well, my question today was "which month did Jean Cocteau die" Again, Google Search to the rescue.

mrshelbysmom wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

day 9

my question was the length of the thames river in kilometers...after finding several different answers it seems 346 is correct...

mancrick wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

ive found

ive found if you copy and paist the questions into the google search bar you get the answer..day 9 for me is what year did divinchi die answer 1519 rjs

mountainlawrel wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Day 9

My question was" how high is Mont Blanc in meters?" The answer is 4810.

netman wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

What's larger a TeX point or an ATA pica point?

What's longer, a TeX point or an ATA pica point?
was my question.

Answer: TeX point

netman wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Easy One

In what city was Leonardo Da Vinci born?

Vinci, duh?

allyopp wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

day 9

well i got the question what, in square kilometers is the area of italy again i google searched but gave me a few answers so i just wrote area of italy in the google search and gave me the correct answer which is 301230 sq km.
Alicia - sexbomb_79@hotmail.com (msn addy)

paulh1970 wrote 11 years 26 weeks ago

Day 9 puzzle

Mine was what year was Dubussy born instead of what month.
simple google aswered it so yeah when are they going to get a bit more difficult.

brendan wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

day 10 puzzle

i'm stuck on the day 10 puzzle. it has to do with a silas video on google videos. i've got the first two answers, however the third has stumped me. "During the action in the video, we see many things shattered and destroyed, but what is it that will ultimately be broken?"

beerbaron wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Day 10

I'm stuck on that one too...is it possible they are starting to become more difficult??

myceliae wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

The answer is "silence"

The answer is "silence" (listen to what is said)

GMoneyDVD wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Day 10

I can't 'Hear' the video. I can't get the shape of the first one. Google Search isn't helping. HELP!

netman wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Day 10 - Observation Challenge

Day 10 - Observation Challenge
Had to search Google Video for a video of Silas then asked three reasonably tough questions.... Considering that the Google Quest winners are based on who answers all questions cumulatively the fastest, I feel like with 3-4 minutes of searching on this one, I'm sunk, so here are my answers to help the next person
1. Silas extracts an important looking stone object from the ground, what shape is it? Note that while this is an eight-pointed star, referred to in the movie as a disc and with an incised circle on it, the answer Google wants is octagon
2. What is the last thing Silas touches? Sure LOOKS like water, but the answer Google wants is holy water
3. Silas breaks many things but what is it that will ultimately be broken? Listen to the audio in the clip and it tells you, the answer Google wants is silence

GMoneyDVD wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Day 10

'Octagon'?! Of course, I made it harder than it was. I figured it would be some crazy symbol name. thanks.

myceliae wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

day 10

My answer for #2 was font, which it accepted. Is there more than one correct answer for some questions, I wonder??

fuzzy wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Good job on the puzzles. I

Good job on the puzzles. I don't think 3-4 minutes is bad at all; I feel this was the hardest puzzle yet. You had to actually observe and analyze, as opposed to mindlessly rearrange patches of dirt or paintings... I wonder how many of those cryptexes visitors of this site will win :)

suze wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

i agree, you can't play just

i agree, you can't play just to win or else all the challenge is lost. it's fun to get confused and annoyed and spend time trying to figure it all out. the first video challenge took me about 15 minutes and a dozen "watch throughs" before I figured out what i was supposed to be looking for. frustrating but so rewarding. cheating by getting someones else's answers before trying yourself is wrong on so many levels.........

rg wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

I agree, you can't play AND CHEAT

I agree: "you can't play just to win or else all the challenge is lost. it's fun to get confused and annoyed and spend time trying to figure it all out."

# 10 took me 20 min., once I stepped back from it and started working on business stuff, I went back to it and would have finshed sooner if it were not for the fact that I did not spell "Holy" correctly, I used a "life line" and called a English Lit major.

I believe in carma and looking outside the box.

CHEATING: I only look afteI "summit"!
I found this site with a Google search.

RG

mornhyland wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

What about deaf people

I think that number 3 is not fair for those of us who can't hear the audio clip. Or they need to provide some captions.

So I did a search to find the answer rather than figure it out on my own.

Sigh

Greg wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Ack!

Is it cumulatively the fastest, or just gets their answers in the fastest after the final puzzle comes out? If the former, I'm done for...a few times I've walked away to help my kids out with something, right in the middle of doing the puzzle. Doh!

Peace and Respect
Greg
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You monkeys only think you're running things

armygoose wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

first 10,000 people done

The first ten thousand people who complete all puzzles, and then submit the last form, move on and are considered finalist. From what I could make of it, here is how the final game works.
You get the instructions in the mail on how to play the final puzzles. You have a window where you can start them at any time in that window. I think they said there were 5 puzzles in the final round. You have to complete them back-to-back, and your total time to complete all of them is recorded in the google computer. The one who completes all of them the fastest wins. Unlike the first round, which is first people done, the final round is the fastest completion time for the final round puzzles.
10,000 finalists, first ones done
1 grand prize winner, fastest time in the final round

driver1928 wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Day 10 Challenge

Thanks to this web site, I finally got the day 10 challenge done and out of the way. I couldn't figure out the shape - and Google was certainly of no help. A STOP sign (in the USA) is an octagon, but an eight-pointed three-dimensional stone tablet is a VERY complicated octagon.

Then, I was too busy 'observing' the video to hear the silence broken.

The only thing I got on my own was 'holy water.' I tried 'water' first, but when it didn't congratulate me on being correct, I realized that the point of view was in a church. (At least I could spell it correctly.)

Aileen13 wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Day 9 (curato/painting)

My question was: "What range is Mont Blanc In?"
That answer was: Pennine Alps
{this is for the curator challenge}

--thanks for the help guys!

ron.mexico wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

day 7, hard question, thoughts?

What is the fourth root of a googol, divided by a crore, divided by a lakh, divided by a milliard?

armygoose wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Google it

If you google that question exactly as you typed it you get the following

(((fourth root of (1 googol)) divided by one crore) divided by one lakh) divided by one milliard = 10 000

God Bless google calculator

Angel6532 wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

New Puzzle Delivery

Does anyone know what time the new puzzles are posted? Are they all posted at one time, or say like 12 am in each time zone?
Also I've noticed that some people are on different days. I'm currently on Day 9, (with no new puzzles noted), but have heard people talking about Day 10 and 11.
I'm just curious. I'm a stay-at-home mom and have weird hours, so knowing what times they post would be a help to me.

~ Angel

suze wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

hi angel, this was posted on

hi angel, this was posted on the previous page by Saint Aelphaba.........

Oh, & if you're wondering what time they release the new puzzles everyday, it's 10 am Pacific time and 1pm Eastern. You can time it perfectly to the universal clock. Hope that helps everyone a bit.

~Saint Aelphaba

Angel6532 wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Thanks

Must of skipped over that post!

~ Angel

doodydood wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

DAY 11

The answers for today are:
1.Palindrome
2.Denon wing
3.Pangram

Hope that helps ya'll out.

DickieH wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Day 11

Is it me or is this thing getting easier. I didn't even bother with google this time. Yes I have read the book but it was a one hit attempt. Hardly justifying the qualities of google.

311 wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Day 12

The question is easy after solving the puzzle the eternal city is ROME. But you are not done you have to click on the location of a greek cross on the map. Look up google directions to the building and you will get a good idea where to click. There is this circle path in the middle top of the page and the museum is above that to the left. Anyway today was alot more fun!!!

LONDELL wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Tricksters

I would say this this map challenge is a little more challenging than the rest. I would recommend googleling Museo Nazionale del Palazzo di Venezia which will give you the precise location of where you are supposed to click. Did they release two puzzles today? I could have sworn that I completed one yesteday just to find two today!

mrs grail wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Museo Nazionale del Palazzo di Venezia

Thanks for the tip - I used Google Earth to find the Museo Nazionale del Palazzo di Venezia. Google seems to have all the answers.

DickieH wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

day 12

yes much better today. if the geeks from google read this site then big improvement.
look forward to more of the same.

cady wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

map issues

okay, so the day 12 puzzle is easy and yeah for rome and map searching and all that. I searched the Museo Nazionale del Palazzo di Venezia, Rome, came up with the identical map. It would seem that all is well, but no. I click on the coresponding building in the quest screen and it says "sorry, wrong place" and all of that. Am I missing something? I tried the whole area, even. At what point do I decide it's busted? I even closed it all out and did it again! Now what?

Greg wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Follow the pin

Just be careful to find the building which the 'pin' in Google Maps is attached to - don't follow the 'voice-box' arrow, as it sticks into the top of the pin. Looking at Google maps, I can see that it may look like the building across the street is being marked - but it is not. Try clicking on buildings nearby. If you get real stuck, let me know and I'll put up an image to show it.

Peace and Respect
Greg
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You monkeys only think you're running things

murli wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

when "Museo Nazional del Palazzo di Venezia" doesn' work....

I tried to type in Museo Nazionale del Palazzo di Venezia, Roma on google maps, but it said it could not understand what I am saying. If you get this problemo, well, best u type the address of the museum

Via del Plebiscito,118
00186 Roma

the results showed up, pointing me to the road, well, click the building around that area. And you'll get your answer.

saltwatergirl wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

museum please help

I put that address in, and I can see it on the google map, but I cannot find the right spot on the game piece to click. I feel like I have clicked every possible pixel around the area, and nothing, same thing....sorry that is not the right location, please try again. What am I doing wrong. I am at the end of the street.
Anyone that can help, I really would appreciate it.

mathwiz2020 wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Day 13

It's another sudoku-like puzzle, this time a five by five with five different colored sections. Afterwards, I got the question "Translate avorio from Italian." Just go to Google translate and type it in. For me, the answer was "ivory."

Roman Citizen wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Translate "sagesse" from

Translate "sagesse" from French. It's "wisdom"

LONDELL wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Day 13

I must be stupid, but this puzzle took me forever to complete. My question was translate uomo from Italian = man.

sweetbiba wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Day 13

Hope this helps..

For the Sudoku things... I try and get one symbol totally completed at a time..
ie the ankh.. and then the fleur-de-lis.... check that theres only one in each shape, then the row and then the column.... I find its the easiest way...(I don't know about anyone elses ideas..)

I was asked to translate "peuplier" from French... its "poplar".

doodydood wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Day13

Wow this puzzle was hard today: I had to guess twice.

But hehehe, the translation question made up for it: I had to translate "numero" from spanish. Wow, talk about not difficult.

sneezix wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

I got "peuplier" the first

I got "peuplier" the first time I did this challenge, too.
I was bored, so I did it again, and got the Italian word
"chiave." Somehow I knew what it was without having
to look it up. :-)

murli wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

I got "croquis"

I got croquis.. which means sketch in french..

Sweeney wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

I had translate quale =

I had translate quale = which

allyopp wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

day 12

well i can get the rome answer but i typed in the address of the museum and i click on the exact spot and surronding areas but it is still saying sorry that is the wrong answer so where exactly do i have to click it is really annoying me! if anyone has the image and exactly where they clicked can u email to the below address as well as post it for everyone else. Thanks
Alicia - sexbomb_79@hotmail.com (msn addy)

MataHari wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Easy today...

I've been playing sudoku for years (in Dell puzzle books...there it's called "Number Place") so the sudoku puzzles are cake. I'm playing the Quest under three different e-mail addresses, just for the challenge, and my three answers were all translations of Italian...rose=rose, ricerca=research, and chiave=key. A great translation reference is here...

http://www.wordreference.com/

That allows you to translate Spanish, French, and Italian.

sneezix wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

> I'm playing the Quest

> I'm playing the Quest under three different e-mail addresses, jus
> for the challenge,

If you just want to do the puzzles multiple times, you don't need
3 e-mail accounts, just hit the "New Puzzle" button.

Greg wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Click here

Hi,

See this image here.

Peace and Respect
Greg
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You monkeys only think you're running things

DickieH wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Day 14

The restoring the painting test first which always takes me a couple of attempts then it will be a translation from Atbash.

As it's a code don't bother asking Google the whole question just go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atbash_cipher

I am guessing everyone will be different so I'll let you work it out. For the record mine was quest.

Rufus wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Day 14

The puzzle is one of the "restoration" ones. It was harder than the previous ones and took my several tries. Then you have to 'translate' something from Atbash which is a cipher where every letter is replaced by the corresponding letter from the other end of the alphabet, i.e a and z are swapped, b and y are, c and x are...

Roman Citizen wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

The best way to translate

The best way to translate this is by just doing as they say and sending a text message to Google SMS. I tried doing this on the google website first, but that didn't work. I had to translate "wvhrtm" from atbash to "design."

americanneo wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

easy

its really easy to translate. If you go to wikipedia they tell you how

angelusgirl wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

using google sms to translate

I sent msg like this:

translate wrztizn from atbash

to 46645 and recd reply

"google translation 'wrztizn' in english means 'diagram' in atbash

I had already completed the puzzle anyway and just wanted to see if it worked. The answer was really quick, maybe 10 seconds. Definately faster than actually doing the code on paper. Thought I would let all know in case it is needed again.

trekmp wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Best way to decode this is

Best way to decode this is to write the alphabet like this, sorry that the letters do not line up properly, just write it out and its works fine

ABCD E FGHI J KLM
ZYXWVUTSRQPON

Then its easy to work the code

mccafl wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Day 6 -- Sanborn

Is it possible that Sanborn is the map company? I grew up in Pelham, NY, down the street from the Sanborn Map Company. I don't know if it is still there nor if it is a viable business any longer. Just a thought

mountainlawrel wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Day 14

After solving the restoration puzzle, I was given the task of translating "kirlib from ATBASH." The answer is priory.

americanneo wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Day 14

I just solved day 14. It is one of those puzzles where you have to clear up the dust. Its easy. The question asks whats something in abtish i think. I don't know if its different for all people, but its preety easy to figure out. Abtish is just the reverse alphabet so Z in abtish is A. Y is B and so on. Here is the complete translation
English 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
Abtish Z Y X WVU T S RQP O N M L K J I H G F E D C B A
My answer was commission

americanneo wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

yes

You are a genius americanneo. How would we live withour you

armygoose wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

americanneo | Sun, 2006-04-30 16:04

I'm willing to try, I'm already doing a pretty good job of it.
LOL
Good crack though lad, we can all make it to the final round if we stay on top of it. The most important puzzle is the last one. That is the one we need to get done quick, and submit the form quickly. Only first 10,000 make it to final round. Sounds like a lot, but there's a lot of people playing this thing.

By the way, I did the math. Each of the 10,000 finalists get a limited edition Cryptex replica. Each are worth $30.

Here is an excerpt on the web site about what happens if you don't know already.
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Final Phase. Finalists will be mailed via U.S. postal service, for scheduled delivery by May 18, 2006, a limited edition Cryptex replica and a screenshot of 4 codes (the "Finalist Prize"). One of the included codes will open the Cryptex. Inside will be a scroll with instructions on how to access the Final Puzzle Challenge online. Prior to May 18, 2006, Finalists will also be e-mailed instructions at the email address provided by each Finalist on his/her Official Contest Entry on how to access the Final Puzzle Challenge.
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The final puzzle stage is the only one where total time counts.
Good luck to us all! :D

cady wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

we don't need no stinking prizes...

i gotta say, prizes be darned. I like this web-quest stuff. I hope they make more. It's a good way to wake up the mind and I like the interative aspects. My biggest complaint is that there's only one puzzle a day!

murli wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

day 14

I got kvzmfg

which means peanut... dont link to da vinci code in any way... hahahaha

a=z // n=m
b=y // o=L
c=x // p=k
d=w // q=j
e=v // r=i
f=u // s=h
g=t // t=g
h=s // u=f
i=r // v=e
j=q // w=d
k=p // x=c
L=o // y=b
m=n // z=a

armygoose wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

DAY 14 ONLINE TRANSLATOR

Use the online translator tool listed below to translate your text perfectly.
Works quickly, perfectly, and no annoying pop-ups or other stuff like that.

http://mikesalsbury.com/mambo/atbash.cfm

sweetbiba wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Day 14 - Atbash

I seemed to strike it lucky with the "dust-removal" it worked first time..

I had to translate "nfizo" it was "mural"..

sneezix wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

> I seemed to strike it

> I seemed to strike it lucky with the "dust-removal" it worked first time..

Today was the first time that I noticed the honeycomb of cells. I didn't
know what they meant by "select the two particles separated by a
space." Of course, it still took me 3-4 tries to get it right. :-)

chirag27 wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Day 15 Puzzle

Today's puzzle was hanging pieces of artwork. This was a fairly tough one.
It's good that the puzzles are getting tougher day by day.

After hanging all the artwork, the question was revealed.
My question was "Translate pyramid to Italian"
I send an sms with the question to Google SMS and got my answer there.

saltwatergirl wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Day 15 Art Work

After putting all the art work in its right place my question was: Translate rosewood to Italian. The answer was: palissandro
I found this on this website: http://www.proz.com/?eid_s=40545&float=y&glossary=4441&sp=mt Sorry I don't know how to do the hyperlinks, Hope this helps someone.
Thank for everyones help in the past.

janstwin wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Artwork

Is there some secret to hanging the artwork. I keep having one piece that doesn't fit.

saltwatergirl wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Artwork

janstwin.......there really is no secret to hanging the pieces, I just try and start with the largest size or the most awkward sizes first, then hang the smaller pieces.

sweetbiba wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Thanx

Thanks for the advice... i was trying to hang the small ones first....(wonder why it didnt work!! lol)

I had to translate "painting" into French answer is "Peinture"

Good luck to everyone else..

cinderworld wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Artwork

Just to piggyback on that - mine was to translate angry to French - the answer is fache without the carets.

I am using http://babelfish.altavista.com/tr as my translation tool.

Good luck everyone!

deepsands02 wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

keystone translation

Mine is "Translate keystone to Italian." Every translator, including the suggested google SMS translator says the translation is "chiave di volta." That however is not working as the answer. Anyone else get this, or have any suggestions? Thanks.

ryan0217y2k wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Me too

Dude...me too i have the same question...but 'chiave di volta' does not work as an answer.

I rather betray the world then let the world betray me!

spudlogic wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Day 7 question

My question was: how many tablespoons in a gallon? this comes out to 256 tablespoons.

spudlogic wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

day 9

what month was Claude Debussy born? August

mountainlawrel wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Day 15

After "hanging" the paintings, I was given the task of translating "blade" into French. The answer is lame.

amadeus70123 wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

DA VINCI QUEST HELP

What color does the finish games usually appear in? I played the 15 games on my downstairs computer and i went upstairs on my laptop and it says that i have already played all of the games and the games are brownish/tan. I slightly remember them being blue, but that could be only for unplayed games. Can someone answer my question please.

~MS~

sneezix wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Brownish/tan for completed

Brownish/tan for completed puzzles, blue for unplayed games.

Dwhisperer wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

All mine are brown and

All mine are brown and tanish color,,,,,

anne wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Keystone

Hey the translation of keystone from English to French is "clef de voute". Use Babelfish..its the best.

deepsands02 wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

keystone - italian

mine asked for translation to italian though... chiave di volta (in all translators, incl babelfish), doesnt work. anyone have any thoughts/suggestions here?

mathwiz2020 wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Keystone

I typed in "Chiave di volta" and it worked. Check that you typed it correctly.

janstwin wrote 11 years 24 weeks ago

Sometimes it is just a

Sometimes it is just a matter of using a capital letter or not.

cinderworld wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Day 16

Today is the Chess game...
Who designed the pyramid @ the Louvre - IM Pei
French King that built the Louvre - Phillip II
Person who never stepped foot in the Louvre - King Henry VX

Good luck!

brendan wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

that's not what i got. i

that's not what i got. i got that it was Pope Leo

311 wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

THEY ARE BOTH RIGHT

THEY ARE BOTH RIGHT

all that matters is if you get a checkmate on turn 3, and there are 2 answers for the 3rd question that give you checkmate if you select the proper answers for the first 2.

Dwhisperer wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

move for chess

I agree with on the last question it is pope Loe.....and the second question is different too..

Dwhisperer wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

Louvre, which was originally

Louvre, which was originally built as a palace by King Louis XIII................Not for Phillips II

Stompy wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

i.m. pei

i.m. pei
Philip II Augustus
Pope leo IX

amadeus70123 wrote 11 years 25 weeks ago

quests

does anyone know of any other web quests like this one?? thanks

andrea wrote 11 years 24 weeks ago

today´s solutions

today was again the observation challenge

really easy

andwers are

f
quest
7

I agree, i´m not elegible for the prizes i´m in it for the fun and challenge

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