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Hello geniuses!

Alistair, the commander, wants you to call a boat and have its direction changed in order to stop a massacre! However, he doesn’t have the four last digits of the boat’s phone number. Complete the missions and call the number within 30mns to save millions of lives!

What should I type?

LOOK WHAT YOU HAVE DONE!

It's blocked now. Use the grease to unblock the machine and try again. Take your time when you type, it's old. We need to win this war!

C. Rollo

If you want, you can click on this button to watch with subtitles.

Turing's Life

Add up the 4th number of

the year when I was born and
the day when I died. It will
give you the 3rd number.

Secret Codes for Cubs and Scouts

Read every second letter starting at the first letter, and when

you finish, start again on the letters you missed the first time!

"ROBERT BADEN POWELL" in code is "REONBPEORWTEBLALD"

Half-reversed Alphabet

Here you can use the same alphabet for coding and

decoding, so it saves you some writing!
A stands for N, and N stands for A
B stands for O, and O stands for B
C stands for P, and P stands for C

Just write out the letters from A to M, and write the letters
from N to Z directly below them.
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

Reverse the Words

This is a very easy code to solve! Just read each word

backwards.
"BE PREPARED!" in code is "EB DERAPERP!"

The Bombe machine, envisioned by Turing, built by the British Tabulating Machine Company, followed up on the work of Polish mathematicians Marian Rejewski, Henryk Zygalski and Jerzy Rozycki.

The Bombes were 7ft wide, 6ft 6in tall and weighed a ton – literally. They had 12 miles of wiring and 97,000 different parts. Turning’s prototype was built on a budget of £100,000, which is around £4m today.
Essentially, the Turing Bombe was an electromechanical machine comprised of the equivalent of 36 different Enigma machines, each one containing the exact internal wiring of the German counterpart.
At its peak, the Bombe was able to help crack 3,000 German messages per day. By the end of the war that amounted to 2.5 million messages, many of which gave the Allies vital information about German positions and strategy.
It’s estimated that this knowledge played such important roles in key battles that the work of the Bombe and the team at Bletchley Park shortened the war by two years.

The Bombe machine, envisioned by Turing, built by the British Tabulating Machine Company, mathematicians Marian Rejewski, Henryk Zygalski and Jerzy Rozycki.

Essentially, the Turing Bombe was an electromechanical machine comprised of the equivalent of 36 different Enigma machines, .

At its peak, the Bombe was able to help crack 3,000 German messages per day. By the end of the war that amounted to 2.5 million messages. It’s estimated that this knowledge played such important roles in key battles that the work of the Bombe and the team at Bletchley Park shortened the war by two years.

You can click on some words to get their synonyms or some help!

Enigma vs. Turing's Bombe

C. Rollo

Polish

Polish people come from Poland in the European Union.

followed up on the work of

It means that the British were not the first one to create a bombe, another country created a bombe before.

... No one is picking up the phone. Have some coffee and try again!

We are now safe and sound, thank you so much!