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Keymaster04/06/2018 at 23:44Post count: 102Participant05/06/2018 at 00:15Post count: 4
@Giorgos Thanks for the recs! All over it. Just got Journal 29 from amazon and already backing Revelations. Your book got me excited for that Kickstarter in particular!Participant19/06/2018 at 04:21Post count: 7
Well done indeed! The last puzzle stumped me, but EXCELLENT way to hide it! And thanks Giorgio’s Kiafas for not only creating the book, but responding on this form when we were too stupid to figure it out. Cheers!Keymaster21/06/2018 at 08:40Post count: 102
Cheers guys!!! You all are the reason to have this project alive! Glad you have enjoyed the ride!Participant07/07/2018 at 02:19Post count: 1
This was extremely fun! I found both the story and puzzles so engaging that I simply sat at my computer with the book for hours.Participant18/07/2018 at 17:47Post count: 1Participant06/08/2018 at 16:02Post count: 2
Really enjoyed this immensely. Do you think you will did another book? I will be first in line if you do! Thanks for creating this.Participant20/08/2018 at 12:31Post count: 21
This last puzzle stumped me until realizing the solution has yet to be seen before. In hindsight, I should have endured and read beyond the story. Give credits where credit is due. This book was very challenging, creative and fun! I would love another one in the future.Participant20/08/2018 at 12:35Post count: 21
If you enjoyed this book you may enjoy Journal 29: Interactive Book Game (sequel coming soon). Also, if use Apple devices, there’s a text-based, escape-the-room puzzle game called Device 6. Trip 1907 was definitely the best experience on print yet!Participant20/12/2018 at 08:47Post count: 4
I got the Answer using the Hint, which helped a lot.
But I wonder how one could possibly get it without getting the Hint. I dont see any other information to go on without using the hint? When people say the completed the game with 100 sanity, I wonder how that may be, unless you try every surname randomly
So I got the final answer based on “Ari” but what would lead one there if not told the first name was Ari?Participant03/01/2019 at 00:47Post count: 12
pay attention to what ch. 17 on the book says
Got it. Thanks. I also think it’s poor design for the text to essentially be irrelevant through the entire book until the last two puzzles…
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