# Brain code game Level 28 Solution Or Walkthrough

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## Brain Code Answer 28 Level:

[VLA SOXV ILYH]

❊Use the command /text:11 to pass the level, I don’t really get the explanation of this level if anyone knows please let me know in the comments.

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## 11 thoughts on “Brain Code Level 28 [VLA SOXV ILYH] Answers or Solution”

1. Anonymous says:

Look up “The Caesar Cipher”. The cipher decodes into “six plus five” when scaled back by the most common amount used in the cipher: 3.

2. emerjeancy says:

Level 28: It’s a Caesar Cipher, and the key is 3. The alphabet moves 3 times so A becomes D, B becomes E and so on. The decoded text says “six plus five”, thus 11.

3. Francisco Rodriguez says:

The Coliseum is a reference to Rome, in this context, the laurel wreath refers to Caesar.

The message is encrypted and according to the references is using the “Caesar cipher”. This cipher consists in shifting the letters of the alphabet. According to some texts, it is believed that Cesar used it with a shift of 3 to the left, being: a=x, b=y, c=z, d=a and so on.

Finally, after decrypting the message we get “six plus five”

4. Miss says:

It is a Caesar cipher. The key for the cipher is 11

5. The riddle shows one famous Roman building, the message is scrambled, so it’s obvious that the message is encrypted with Roman cipher. I tried to decrypt it with an app by using ‘-3’ as the key and the text is decrypted as “six plus five”. So, the answer to six plus five is eleven, thus the answer for this riddle.

you guys are amazing…

6. safim says:

VLA SOXV ILYH
if we left shift them by 3 letters, we’ll get
SIX PLUS FIVE
that is Eleven (11)

7. Secret says:

The Coliseum is a reference to Rome, in this context, the laurel wreath refers to Caesar.

The message is encrypted and according to the references is using the “Caesar cipher”. This cipher consists of shifting the letters of the alphabet. According to some texts, it is believed that Cesar used it with a shift of 3 to the left, being: a=x, b=y, c=z, d=a and so on.

Finally, after decrypting the ‘vla soxv ilyh‘ message we get “six plus five” which is 11

To decrypt online go to https://www.dcode.fr/caesar-cipher then put ‘vla soxv ilyh’ in input box and then shift is 3 then click on decrypt, it will decrypt it to six plus five

Command: /text:11

1. Anonymous says:

six plus five

8. Russell Brown says:

I feel like a total idiot. Not having had enough coffee, I saw the pictures and thought “Greek,” rather than “Roman.” I then spent 20 minutes piecing together the equivalent to “vla soxv ilyh” using Greek letters, which is “Νλα σοχν ιλυη” and then putting it into Google Translate, to get “Come on slime.”

I went looking for help ’cause I assumed I’d either gotten a letter wrong or was supposed to use a synonym. Turns out, I was just plain old wrong-wrong.