Scorptek has released Sig Puzzle #4. This is a little series of mini challenging web based puzzles that start off from clues in pythonpoole’s signature. There are a total of 4 main stages of the puzzle, not including how to find the first stage. The puzzle requires deep thinking, common sense, physics knowledge and the ability to think outside the box. As you progress through the stages, you’ll be able to see how many other people have gotten to that stage before you. Everything is automated, and when you finally submit your name to the hall of fame after solving, your name appears in the signature until the next solver submits their name. Your name will stay in the hall of fame list after that.



7 Responses

  1. Hm, the thing with the impact is a bit strange. How could the force be constant and the suddenly go to zero? The crumple zone then has no influence, you won’t speed down and then suddenly you slow down from 56km/h to 0 in less than a centimetre. How can this be? I calculated through and tried the value, tried any kind of rounded value but it won’t work. I’m at the end with my knowledge.

  2. Ah never mind. My formula was wrong.

  3. How do you get past “Youve made it this far..”?

    Im confuddled

  4. Why is F constant, then suddenly 0?

  5. Wow this sounds a lot like time warping. Except no dimensions involved.

  6. Comspy – It’s a puzzle… there’s usually little sense made by first look. You need to look further into it all.


  7. I got how to use it but i dont see anything when i do. just the message and a dot. but when reading the source at the bottom it said Good Luck 🙂

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