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Webcomic profile: Retrograde Inverse
Retrograde Inverse
backwards and upside down
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Language: English
Genre: Other
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
Last update: 5th Sep 2019, 7:49 PM
Number of comics: 5
Number of subscribers: 1
Visitors: 327 visitors (702 pages viewed)
Rating: 0 (0 votes)

Webcomic description

A series of puzzles in which the first person to solve each one wins a drawing.


Published author, with two short stories published traditionally, one self-published, and also a self-published ~90 pages novella. This last one is titled “Corredores Vazios” in Portuguese, the language in which it's originally written. Its title translates to “Empty Hallways” in English, and it’s the work in which the webcomic of the same title is based.

Most recent comments left on Retrograde Inverse

thing 1 (Guest)
1st Sep 2019
Left on hexa_______
1st Sep 2019
EC18 ACB9 D1C3 EB19
2C0E E1B5 14DF AC05

Another easy one.
Left on hexa_______
27th Aug 2019
ikbti kbtik btmmg qochi 
dkzgc pqsve grxfe ixbsb
uaflx pmseb urkoa bdhhf
ksumc phgvo tblet spayx
bvigm kubem zblme zvfzg
cpamc phgzb fraai emsrl
fazgo zscha tsbig qaayi
kvish kphco aemng emsts

This puzzle is devilishly hard. Probably, I might be wrong.

I created my own cipher for this (I mean, not really for this, I have created it months ago, it's just the first time I'm ever using it). I enciphered the message by hand, but I was afraid there might be some mistakes, so I wrote a Python program just to make sure. Turns out there was exactly one misspelling in the enciphered message.

The compass rose at the top was made by myself. I was going to use a public domain image from the internet, but I couldn't find one I was satisfied with.

I'm just going to leave this here: It's not going to help with this puzzle in particular (I don't think so, at least), but it does contain tools that will help with most of my puzzles.
Left on clockwjse
24th Aug 2019
I was only going to upload this on Monday, as I was planning on posting one page a week until the first four or five puzzles (all of which I have already designed) were up. However, I have decided to post twice a week instead.

When asked about it, I said that I would not give any hints to any of my puzzles, and while that still holds true, I will say this: presentation matters. The letters could have not been arranged in a grid, but they are; you need to ask yourself why. The title of the page may sound obvious, but I could have picked any other word, and yet I didn't.

Not a single detail, in this or any future puzzles, is without reason.
Left on square
thing 1 (Guest)
24th Aug 2019
thanks for the clue, but...

unfortunately I don't know anything about music theory.
Left on hello