of scrambling messages so that they may be passed secretly between
two parties. Both the sender and the receiver hold the "key"
which enable them to encrypt and decrypt the message. A small puzzle
that tests your ability to "break the code".
A famous quote
has been displayed before you. Unfortunately the characters are
all mixed up. The "a" is now represented by some other
character, and the "b" and the "c" too. Actually
none of the characters are what they seem.
To find out
what the message is, you'll have to guess what each letter stands
for. For instance, a "b" could really be an "f",
and the "k" may stand for "e".
Look very careful
at the position of the letters and also their frequency. You can
learn a lot from that. If you think you have an idea, you can highlight
the letter by clicking it and then typing the letter you want to
replace it with. If you change your mind, select the letter again
and push the revert-button.
As soon as you
begin, a timer will start running.
If you get stuck
you can select a letter and push the hint-button. But beware: you
get a fifteen minute penalty for each hint.