This is a really weird game – and I love it. You might need an artist to do stuff like this. Not that I actually know what an artist is. But I recognize one when I see one.
Does anyone here like beer?
OK, this is one of the most famous brews worldwide. Almost. D’oh.
“42” is hidden in the “Best before” date, as February 11th is the 42nd day of the year.
The barcode is a distraction, resulting in the phrase “These aren’t the words you’re looking for…” when processed by a bar code reader.
Got still no idea why this phrase sprang to my mind.
The “words you’re looking for” (Practice Random Kindness and Senseless Acts of Beauty), are contained inside the ingredients list. Look up each ingredient in the Periodic Table of the Elements and write the resulting letters down as many times as the percentage states (no percentage means: once). Now you might need a good anagram generator. 🙂
3D printer – got one now. Still getting used to it, but it’s probably me having the problems with the machine than the other way around.
Not much to say about this game, except from that it is awesome. It does eveything right – OK, there may be different opinions – and is just sheer fun whenever you log in.
I was aiming for something entirely different, but running out of time. So it had to be a simple “classic” again instead. Sorry, Juan.
No “Practice Random…” line to see here – please move along. Oh, wait. There’s still a quite obvious appearance of the number “42”, the two mysterious cFos guys and “cFos” itself.
And (this is the only, but not really hidden part) you can find the year 2015 in Attic Numerals right in the middle of the image.