The Internet Code[edit | edit source]
Everytime you save your game, a unique 16-character "Internet Code" is generated. (This code can be found in a green font towards the bottom of the Save or Load screens.) Create a UPlay (Ubisoft) account and enter your personal code at the Darkroom website.
Most Wanted List[edit | edit source]
The Most Wanted List ranks the scores of players worldwide. Here, a current count of 64,160 players can compare their scores and challenge each other. The scores are based on the following criteria, ranging between 200,000 and 2,000,000 points each:
- Number of pearls won
- Number of creatures photographed
- Number of pucks won
- Yo Pearl score
- Elapsed game time
- Number of "Game Overs" reached
Mission[edit | edit source]
The online mission requires you to hack into Fehn Digler's administrative account at Hillyan News, which broadcasts the Alpha Section's propaganda. If you succeed, you will receive a unique, 4-character code that will unlock the closet next to Francis' table in the Akuda Bar.
How to Play[edit | edit source]
The Mission is a hangman-style guessing game where the player must guess a 4- to 12-letter word. There is a 3-strike rule that allows you to guess up to 3 letters incorrectly. The game will keep track of all of the letters you have guessed in the bottom right-hand corner.
When you guess a 4th incorrect letter, you fail the mission, the password will change, and you will have to guess different word. You can retry as many times as you like. Once you succeed you will receive your unique 4-character code.
Known Passwords[edit | edit source]
Below are the passwords known to crack the account.
Hint: The fastest way to crack the code is to find a common letter amongst all of the words to help narrow down your options.
4-letter Codes[edit | edit source]
5-letter Words[edit | edit source]
6-letter Words[edit | edit source]
7-letter Words[edit | edit source]
8-letter Words[edit | edit source]
9-letter Words[edit | edit source]
11-letter Words[edit | edit source]
12-letter Words[edit | edit source]