### #1 - Cipher Puzzle

What does this message say?

G T Y O R J O T E O U I A B G T

Hint
Count the letters and try splitting the letters up into groups.

'Great Job You Got It'

This type of code is known as a Caesar Box (Julius Caesar was the first to write codes this way.) To decipher the message, simply divide the code into four groups of four (you can also divide them into groups such as 5 groups of 5 or 6 groups of 6 depending on the number of letters in the phrase), and rearrange them vertically like this...
G T Y O
R J O T
E O U I
A B G T

Then you read vertically column by column.

### #2 - Unlock The Distance Puzzle

Distances from you to certain cities are written below.
BERLIN 200 miles
PARIS 300 miles
ROME 400 milesAMSTERDAM 300 miles
CARDIFF ??? miles
How far should it be to Cardiff ?

100 miles. Each vowel is worth 300 and each consonant is worth -100. These are totalled in each city name to give the distance

### #3 - Decode This Message

Decode The Message

carrot fiasco nephew spring rabbit
sonata tailor bureau legacy corona
travel bikini object happen soften
report accuse animal shriek esteem
oyster

Starting with the first two words, Take the first and last letters, reading from left to right. Example: Carrot fiascO "from these pairs" the message is as follows:

CONGRATULATIONS CODE BREAKER

### #4 - Albert Einstein Cipher Puzzle

Can you decipher these quotes by Albert Einstein?
Blf xzm mvevi hloev z kilyovn lm gsv ovevo lm dsrxs rg dzh xivzgvw.

You can never solve a problem on the level on which it was created.
A-Z
B-Y
C-X
D-W
E-V
F-U
G-T
H-S
I-R
J-Q
K-P
L-O
M-N
N-M
O-L
P-K
Q-J
R-I
S-H
T-G
U-F
V-E
W-D
X-C
Y-B
Z-A

### #5 - Sherlock Holmes Cipher Puzzle

Sherlock, A detective who was mere days from cracking an international smuggling ring has suddenly gone missing. While inspecting his last-known location, you find a note:
710 57735 34 5508 51 7718
Currently, there are 3 suspects: Bill, John, and Todd. Can you break the detective's code and find the criminal's name?

Bill. If you read the message upside down, you'll notice that the numbers resemble letters and that those letters form legible sentences. The message is 'Bill is boss. He sells oil.'

### #6 - Cipher Age Puzzle

If Susan is 10, Arabella is 20, and Jim and Neal are both 5, but Richard is 10, how much is Jennifer by the same system?

Jennifer is fifteen, in a system that awards five for each syllable.

### #7 - Fun Equation Puzzle

You are given the sum of symbols in each row and column in the attached figure. Analyzing the figure, can you find out the value of the symbols?

Value of Circle is 3
Value of Star is 5
Value of Triangle is 4

### #8 - Cracking The Password Cipher Puzzle

A guy was writing his first book. After saving the document, he locked his laptop with a password and mentioned some phrases for the hint box.

A friend of his tried opening his laptop but found out that it was password protected. Following is the hint that appeared.
1 mobile 3 books 2 roars 1 night 4 balls 2 lighters 1 ghost 1 hat 3 watches

It seemed awkward to him. Can you help him in cracking the password?

If you are wondering how, then the answer lies in the hint only. You have to take the corresponding number letter of each word.
1st in mobile is M
3rd in books is O
2nd in roars is O
1st in night is N
4th is balls is L
2nd in lighters is I
1st in ghost is G
1st in hat is H
3rd in watches is T.

### #9 - Tricky Cryptogram Puzzle

Below, you can see some coding:
January = 1017
February = 628
March = 1335
April = 145
May = 1353
June = 1064
July = 1074
August = 186

Now deciphering the way it has been coded, can you find out how September will be coded?

January = 10|1|7
10 is the position of letter J in alphabetical order.
1 is the position of January in months.
7 is the number of letters used in the word January.

Same goes for all the months, thus
September = 19|9|9 (1999).

### #10 - Decode Rebus

Decode below rebus
D
N
A
T
S , D

Stand up comedy (stand up comma D)