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Offline Challenges

Those are challenges that are made for children, there are two series. One easy one for large groups and one hard one for smaller groups. The level of difficulty is set on the need of the involvement of an adult to explain the challenges.

Each challenge have an answer that is a hint for the next one.

Usually each challenge is given in an enveloppe. Especially for large groups, it allows the organisators to see which group is where. On this serie, only the first exercise is different for each group (so they don't cheat between groups).

The idea is that at the beginning or at the end of each session there is a small explanation of simple ciphers such as the Ceasar cipher, Morse code... Usually things that are inside the game which an aim to explain why people would use encryption or hide their messages, why is it important...