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=== A-Side Audio===
=== A-Side Audio===
The A-Side of consists of three songs by (https://soundcloud.com/65daysofstatic 65daysofstatic), the composers of the soundtrack for No Man's Sky. The tracks are, in order:
The A-Side of
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|The No Man's Sky ARG - an ARG that began with 16 mysterious cassette tapes.|
Note: This page is under construction - more information is still being added!
The No Man's Sky ARG was created by Hello Games. It began with 16 cassette tapes being mailed to prominent individuals in the No Man's Sky online community. At this time, it is unclear what these cassette tapes are leading to. It is speculated that when the mystery of the tapes is solved, a new update for No Man's Sky will be announced.
This ARG is currently being solved by the No Man's Sky community: in particular, the No Man's Sky subreddit. Most of the information on this page has been compiled from stickied posts.
Beginning on June 1, 2017, moderators of the No Man's Sky subreddit started to receive cassette tapes in the mail. Each cassette tape was labelled with a number out of 16.
Here is a summary table, showing each tape's number, current status, and owner:
|Tape Number||Tape Owner||Tape Status|
|4||/u/Tony-Towers||Played, not yet uploaded|
|6||/u/BaRKy1911||Not yet played|
The A-Side of the cassettes consists of portions of three songs by (https://soundcloud.com/65daysofstatic 65daysofstatic), the composers of the soundtrack for No Man's Sky. The tracks are, in order:
Red Parallax Supermoon End of the World Sun
Which are track numbers 8, 2, and 10 on the (https://soundcloud.com/65daysofstatic/sets/no-mans-sky-music-for-an-1 No Man's Sky soundtrack).
The B-side audio of all of the currently available tapes consists of garbled noise. When running the noise through a spectrogram, a sequence of characters can be clearly seen:
Running this ciphertext through ROT13 and then decoding the resulting hex yields the following string:
This page is a work in progress, and will be updated as new developments emerge.