Chapter Two

Welcome to The Maker Code: Chapter Two… A free game that celebrates amazing creators AND challenges you with a series of complex puzzles!

As new puzzles are launched.. a new exhibit, dedicated to an incredible Maker, will be added. Half the puzzle can be found on our social media accounts (@complexrooms) while the other half can be found in the gallery below.

The solution to each puzzle is a 5 letter word and each puzzle might be… a little complex.

Good luck everyone and good luck discovering the Maker Code!

Exhibit #2501

+ Social Post: April 29th 2020

H.G. Wells (1866 – 1946)

As a futurist, his science fiction imagined a wealth of possibilities including time travel, alien invasion, invisibility, and biological engineering.

Exhibit #5981

+ Social Post: May 1st 2020

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791)

He started composing at the age of five and, with over 600 work, he is considered one of the greatest classical composers of all time.

Exhibit #6830

+ Social Post: May 5th 2020

Albert Einstein (1879-1955)

He developed the theory of relativity and was extremely influential in the philosophy of science… But he is best known to the general public for his formula for mass-energy equivalence.

Exhibit #4296

+ Social Post: May 12th 2020

Edmond Hoyle (1682 – 1769)

As a writer, he is best known for his rules of card games. Even today the phrase “according to Hoyle” means according to the rules of the game.

Exhibit #3091

+ Social Post: May 21th 2020

Garrett Morgan (1877 – 1963)

As an inventor, businessman, and community leader he invented the three position traffic signal and also created a successful company based on his hair product inventions.

Exhibit #7374

+ Social Post: June 1 2020

Chapter Two: The End

You may have to look beyond the two images to solve this one. Remember… Google is your friend!