publication date: Monday, January 9, 2006 (part of Round XXVII)

category: Literature

clue: Is it a coincidence or a code that the ninth goo of the round wrote a book about the ninth goo of the game?

explanation: Brown, the ninth goo of Round XXVI, was most famous for his book The Da Vinci Code, about the work of goo 0009, Leonardo Da Vinci. The word "code" is another reference to this book. more…

solved by: Russ Wilhelm, Steve West, Justin Woods, Joanna Woods, Matthew Preston, Denise Sawicki, Steve Dunn, Amy Austin, Mike Eberhart, Aaron Shurtleff, Dave Mitzman, Elliot Farney, Jerry Mathis, Scott Horowitz, Megan Baxter, Lori Lancaster, Aaron Fischer, Chris McKinnon, Mihai Rusu, Michael Paul Cote, Wendy Hampson, Justin Hampson, Bob Miller, Jacque Miller, Dave Stoppenhagen, John Julitz, and James Miller

player landmarks: This was the first goo solved by James Miller.


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