What is this?
glyph is an online puzzle hunt! It consists of a series of puzzles of varying difficulty. It takes place over two days, but you’ll have time to sleep in between!
You’ll need to create an account to take part.
The hunt is designed to be enjoyed in conjunction with our Discord server which can be found here. We use Discord to help teams when needed, and generally have fun as a community while doing the hunt. If you are not in a registered team on the Discord server, then it is unlikely you will receive assistance.
- Join us on Discord: This is the main way the admin team interact with players: for chat, support and above all memes.
- Create an account.
- Join a team - the team size limit is 7.
- Solve some puzzles from one of our previous events (glyph 0, glyph 1, glyph 2 and glyph 3) if you haven't already.
- Read the help page, especially if you've never done a glyph before. We don't always include explicit hints for techniques that are on the help page!
The event starts on Friday 30 June 2023 at 18:00 GMT. When you have correctly solved a puzzle, the next one will unlock. If you are one of the first five teams to complete the puzzles on Friday, you’ll earn a head start for Saturday’s puzzles, up to a maximum of 30 minutes.
The first of Saturday’s puzzles will unlock at 12pm GMT (unless you have a head start). The first team to complete all of Saturday’s puzzles will be the winner!
There is a maximum of 7 players permitted per team. We recommend around 5 people for best enjoyment, but you are welcome to play with fewer!
If you need help finding a team to join, check out the #looking-for-teams channel on Discord.
Rules and help
Make sure you look at the rules – if you do not follow them you might get disqualified!
The help page has information about the format of the event and plenty of tips to get started in your journey to becoming a puzzle hunt expert.
If you enjoy the event, and are interested in making a donation to help support for future events, please consider becoming a supporter over on Patreon.