This board is for challenges created by our members. Please create a separate thread for each and give a color rating to indicate difficulty. The usual collaboration rules apply, but the challenge creator may choose to provide additional assistance or to reveal the answer at any time under spoiler tags.
The best way to learn about ARGs is through participation, whether via discussion or active investigation. This board is for discussing any ARG or potential ARG, past or present, big or small, professional or independent, whatever grabs your interest, as long as it's appropriate for our 13+ audience. ARGs are not meant to be solo experiences, investigations and puzzle-solving with other players is both allowed and encouraged! ARGs with active discussions may be moved to their own sub-board to allow for creation of multiple topics.
NOTE: Though not actual ARGs, discussions of puzzle websites such as #ae27ff are also appropriate and encouraged. Just be sure to follow the site's rules regarding discussing solutions!
ATTN PMs: If you wish to announce your project or post a trailhead here, you are welcome to do so. We know it can be difficult to draw attention to new ARGs and we are happy to promote anyone's creative work. Just use common sense, we do not wish to be forced to create pages of rules on the topic of PM participation.
This board is for discussions of real life mysteries that have yet to be fully or even partially explained. Many can be approached using the same techniques used to investigate ARGs, and possibly even solved the same way! We invite you to present your favorite unsolved mystery, and/or join in discussions of others. Perhaps your collective investigation skills will allow you to begin piecing together answers and explanations regarding these mysterious occurrences that have so far eluded others.
This board is for discussion of history's many mysterious ciphers and other puzzles that have never been decoded or otherwise solved. We invite you to present your favorite mysterious puzzle and/or join in discussions of others. Put your collective decoding skills to the test and maybe you can find answers that others so far have not!