Sunday, June 25, 2006

Series B Enigma Solved

This past Friday, Josh Kammer and his father, Mark Kammer, endured the blazing heat of the Anza Borrego Desert and retrieved an antique Nepalese shield. To get there, they flew to San Diego from Bulverde, Texas, then made the journey across the mountains to the parched desert floor. To uncover the location of the shield, Josh first solved over 130 riddles from Asia, Africa, and the Americas, and then cracked a difficult cipher. Josh is an engineering student from Texas A&M college.

The Series B Enigma has been cracked. Congratulations to Josh! Three more enigmas remain unsolved. Happy deciphering!

Tuesday, June 06, 2006

Small but Mighty

I can proudly write that we are small but growing every day. Faithful users of Trumalia, I thank you! New users are steadily finding our site, but we can always use your help spreading the world. We just received a shipment of some very cool weather-proof Trumalia stickers. If you would like to receive some, please send me an email, and I'll ship you a handful. Also, those of you who are enjoying cracking the enigmas, please stick around for your daily searches as well. As you know, we're funding our jackpot with revenue from our site!