Spike Chunsoft has launched a mysterious website that asks users to solve a series of puzzles and enter a password.
Here is the teaser text from Spike Chunsoft:
The link leads you to a strange space filled with what look like floating eyes. Clicking on one reveals that the eye lens is actually a television screen displaying a cryptic clue. Perhaps the code hidden in each clue will lead to the password…
Who created this puzzle, and more importantly, can you solve it?
Share your findings with other code crackers using the Twitter hashtag #NineEyesTV.
Update 06/29/21 at 1:10 a.m.: The source code of the website contains the link “https://www.spike-chunsoft.co.jp/ai-nirvana/en,” suggesting this is a sequel to AI: The Somnium Files called AI: Nirvana.
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