Thursday, June 02, 2005

Ya so that took 3 hours...

...but I figured it out.
Ok let's go step by step.
Go to
On the right-side, 9 different letters/numbers appear. By clicking a letter/number, you can rotate the outline around it, and move the box from corner to corner.
Click all 9 letters/numbers so that each one of them has the box in the top-left corner.
Once you do that, a pop-up will appear on the screen. A phone number will appear (836.237.3690). Call it.
The voice on the line will read off random letters to you. The letters are: aqluat_rhavvwurwpi_jt and the date of May 15th.
Go to the 'Decrypt' section of the site. Where it says "Enter message date" enter in 15. Then in the main text space, paste the code (aqluat_rhavvwurwpi_jt).
The decoded message at the bottom is: UAV PREDATOR LAUNCHED
Now click 'Cancel' and go back to the main screen. See where the huge GRNG-0010 code is on the left? Well under the dash there is a tiny little question mark. Click it. A new pop-up appears, that says "The key is the begining. The end is the begining." It will allow you to insert another code. Type in "UAV PREDATOR LAUNCHED".
A new window appears. You have broken the first code, and as your reward, you get your first clue, a commercial. Enjoy!
So what next? Well, the commercial is surrounded by a big white box. Highlight it.

Wednesday, June 01, 2005

The first day

It is Thursday, June 2nd, 2:10 AM (EST), and allready I'm addicted to Gorgon Box. I stumbled upon an article at, which mentioned a website:, and the fact that there is something more to it then you realize, secrets hidden within a webpage. It all seems very similar to what happened with Halo 2 and Anyways, on the page you can either "code" or "decode" a message, which does exactly what you think it would do. Also, what at first looks like a decoration is the 9 letters/numbers stacked in rows of 3. The trick is, by clicking these letters/numbers, you can rotate the containing box around it.
It took me less then 10 minutes to play around with them, and I found that by setting all 9 boxes to the top-right corner, a message appeared on your screen. A flash of what appears to be code shows up only for a second, and then is replaces by the numbers: 836.237.3690, Not long after that, I figured out the meaning of those numbers, it was a telephone number.
My phone isn't working, but a Google search turned up about 5 messageboards where people were chatting about the site. A few people have called the phone number, and were resplied to with a voice reading out random code. Obiously, it was meant to be decripted. Decripting the code turns up this:
So its safe to say that this will be another video game. By the makers of Halo 2? Maybe, or just a copy of a really good idea.
Here's what Wikipedia has to say about 'Gorgon':
And last on the list for today, pictures people (not me) have already discovered:
All three were taken from different locations. Now, using common sense, we can deduct that there is a 0518 and 0519, unfortunately, the makers are not stupid, and precede the address with a random folder.
That's all for today. I will hopefully be using this messageboard thread as a base of operation, as well as this weblog.
Good night.
EDIT: Yes, I said I was going to sleep, but I found another picture:
EDIT #2: I found another:
EDIT #3: I did a WHOIS look up (found information on the people/company that purchased and this is what it came up with: - which is a site specifically for people who don't want to be known. These guys are smart. Very smart.