Thursday, June 01, 2006

The Amazing Web Race Leaderboard #122

I finally finished the Amazing Web Race (AWR), and not without my fair share of hints and tips. I didn't make it on my own entirely, but I feel like I struggled enough to justify my placement on the leaderboard. For those of you who haven't quite made it that far, keep working at it and I'll try to help you out where and when I can. Here are the last four screen captures from the AWR, since I provided you with the first six earlier.

Good luck to those of you who have yet to finish and remember if you are really stuck on a question you can always email me at For the 1 or 2 of you who can't view images on the web, the 10 questions from the first part of the AWR are as follows:

1. Can't talk here. Others will hear us. Listen for the taps. When we get out, meet me in (1,4) (1,5) (3,3) (5,1) (1,5) (4,2). If I can trust you, you will be rewarded.

2. Okay, we can talk now, but we've got to get out of here. Come find me. I'll either be with Angels or Devils, whichever comes first. Bring a map.

3. Since you brought the map, I'll buy you a hot dog and a beer. The street we're on reminds me of his first movie. Let's meet there.

4. Do you have a passport? Drop the new act and go to the CITY.

5. I'm glad you made it here. If you're feeling lucky in this country, you can find some import partners. Meet me at the capital city of the smallest partner.

6. That sushi made me sick. Now I'm in In a solid pain.

7. Be careful in the Amazon. Get out of "Harm's Way" and find out what class the Indianapolis was in.

8. I think we are being followed. Seek the truth and hurry to the capital of the United States.

9. Well done. I am confident I can trust you. Where I am, form follows finance. But once you find the city, you need to find a place to park.

10. Since you're in Chicago, you could have an Italian Beef. But I prefer this kind. Solve the puzzle and then study the 6 digits from top to bottom. I hope you have your cell phone.

(Fill in the puzzle with the numbers 1 through 9, ensuring the same number does not appear more than once in any given row, column, or 3x3 section.)

Translate the city name into German, and then unscramble it. That's your final clue. Put it in the right place and you should be able to picture the last city.

Get all of the MSN Conspiracy Game Answers here


At 6/02/2006 8:04 AM, Blogger Me2U said...


The last puzzle could be one of the easiest. Just find the six numbers in red, and go to www.(the six numbers from top to bottom).com , tranlate the city you find into German, move around the letters in this order: 1324 go to letters in that order) to get a picture of a structure located in the final city.


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