1. You absolutely do NOT need to have the cards on the checklist to break the code.2. If there is something else you need, you'll find out.3. When you're finished, you'll know you're done, follow the instructions.4. There will be a prize for the winner, and I know I've got plenty of time to choose it :)5. Good luck, you'll need it, and spread the word! I appreciate the pub!
Not that many of you who are into trying to break these need more inspiration, but the prize will be a card off the code challenge checklist :)
the guy who cracked the 2010 Ginter Code sent Topps an e-mail to "activate" the code... would that be the case here by any chance?
Topps only has a few ways to hide their "code", and sadly that one was a terrible one. Don't worry, I wouldn't do that to you.The "code" is on the back of the card you see pictured above. Now how you solve that is likely still a mystery to you :)