Tuesday, April 18, 2006

The Da Vinci Code - Quest Solution (2 of 24)

Today is the 2nd of 24 days in which Google will release a new puzzle. The puzzle offered up today was another easy one that involved moving pieces of debris around on a map. You can liken it to a variation of the peg game that can be played at Cracker Barrel restaurants. (For more information on the puzzle and Google visit the Official Google Blog).



“Name the symbol on Manuel Aringarosa, pictured at left.” The answer to the question that appears after you have removed all but one debris is Greek Cross.

“Unlike the more commonly-known Latin cross, the Greek cross has arms of equal length, signifying perfection or balance. This symbol is also associated with the four points of the compass, the four alchemical elements, the positive sign and the symbol for addition. It appears on the Greek and Swiss flags, and a red version of the Greek Cross is the symbol for the Red Cross organization.”

Please understand I am not posting a screenshot of the solution. There are 12,358 different puzzles, or 515 different possible puzzle configurations each day (if evenly distributed). The screenshot is for those who aren’t participating but are curious as to how the puzzles look. However, the question that appears after you have solved the puzzle seems to be for marketing purposes, static for all puzzle variations.

Get all of the MSN Conspiracy Game Answers here

3 Comments:

At 4/24/2006 5:45 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

i dont understand how to clear the debris.. it wont move when i click on it. and i cant drag it!

 
At 4/24/2006 8:22 PM, Blogger G00GLEFACT said...

You have to click on one of the debris. If it highlits with another debris then you are allowed to move that particle with the debris that was highlited (which could be more than one). Click on the other debris that is highlighted and the two will merge together.

 
At 4/25/2006 11:18 PM, Blogger god said...

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