Alan Turing's Centenary Codebreaking Challenge Game from Aerian Studios... and me!
Well, it's Alan Turing's centenary - and what better way to celebrate the genius of one of the greatest minds to ever come from our sunny shores than with some mind boggling challenges set by GCHQ and wrapped up in a lovely interactive HTML5 game by us!!
Commissioned by the lovely folks at The Science Museum, and supported by those web guru's over at Google - we loved working our way through the codes and ciphers just like the codebreakers in World War II did at Bletchley Park.
The game revolves an editorial storyline created by myself and Dave Houghton to immerse the user in a 1940's themed puzzle game where they have to solve the puzzles to collect the rotor order, rotor staring positions and plugboard settings to crack the Enigma and decode the war messages.
Personally, I'm a massive fan of all things cerebral and code breaking, so it was a particularly proud moment to have so much steer over such a rewarding project. It's great. And even better - it'll work on your ipads because it's all in HTML5 - not a hint of flash here boys and girls!
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