Ah, another Amazing Escape game with another code that is nearly impossible to understand. There is too much code-looking material in this game compared to the others. I wanted to say there was a misprint in the beginning of the game in part of the intro, but I am too worked up over the A=B crap to care about that. Had to honest really think "outside the box" with this one such as the clocks being "military time". Honestly, I still don't understand this "spoiler" at the bottom trying to explain the code that is numbers, but you have multiple blackboards with stuff and other things. I get that A=B B=C C=D and so forth, but even with this: UISFF IVOES GJUZ OJOF <<< I don't think ANYONE still honestly understands how to get a 3 digit # code from this when it's wrong. I barely understand it. That is the only reason I am not giving a full 5 stars. Even with this spoiler hint at the bottom from another user, the general populace cannot grasp whatever special unique code you have going on unless you honestly give better understand/clues IN the GAME. Otherwise, it just becomes boring and aggravating really quick. which it did because of that nonsense. Have a better code system for that code and stop making 1-2 codes in each one of the Amazing Escape games impossible to even figure out despite vague clues if any at all!
"!! SPOILER !!
For those asking about the three digit combination, like A=B, every letter equals its next letter.
Replace all letters at the board in the left door of the second hallway with their previous ones.
UISFF becomes THREE and so on, you get 359 written on the board. "
^^^^^ WTF!? How does "UISFF" become THREE and so on, until you get 359 written on the board? U=V and if you wanted or need T then you need to go B=A, as T is before U not after. So, even if it is how you get the answer, no one in their right mind would ever figure this out because it is messed up. This is supposed to be a GAME. Games are fun even when hard, but this is ridiculous. Minor fixes and this could be an easy 5-star rating.