I'm joining Nocturne and throwing in the towel for the evening. Here's my submission:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/g2urf1j7tvtg670/lockout.zip?dl=0
LOCKDOWN :
Security has been breached! Close the locks by using the clues to figure out the combination! You must solve all nine solutions to get the good ending!
Directions : Solve the combination by using the number panel to enter digits. If the combination is correct, the lock closes and you proceed to the next one. That's it! Solve the combinations before you run out of time and bad stuff happens! Sometimes you'll have to guess, but don't neglect your helper tools that provide vital clues!
Controls : The mouse scroll wheel can be used to scroll both the combination and the number panel. You may also use W and S to scroll the number panel, and A and D to shift the combination. Left click a number or press spacebar to enter the selected digit into the combination.
Helper Tools:
The number panel : Used to enter digits into the combination, but the numbers is in this panel will also light up when a chosen digit is part of the combination. This does not indicate correct placement, only that the digit is part of the solution. This is generally the most useful tool for beginners and early levels, but is less useful the longer the combination gets.
The combination : The combination changes color to represent how many of entered digits are correct. This is one of the most valuable tools: it is the
only indication that you have entered a correct digit. The colors are as follows:
Red == 0, Orange > 1, Green > 33%, Blue > 66%
The Sum Solver : The icon below the combination indicator is a sum of the three displayed digits. If the sum of your entered numbers is
higher than the sum of the actual combination, the arrow points
downwards. If your sum is lower, it points upwards. If the sum is equal, it will display an equal sign. This does not indicate those digits are correct! Only that the sum of those digits are the same as the actual combination! This is your most valuable tool for one very important reason: it is the
only tool that updates in real time! Also, when you are at the edge of a combination it only sums two digits making it easiest to solve the corners and work inwards.
Hi-Low Indicators : Between each number pair is an icon. This points to which digit is
furthest from its correct digit. Like the Sum Solver, if the two digits are equidistant, it will point to neither. Again, this does not mean either digit is correct, only that the distance between those digits is the same. This can be useful to find spacing between two digits, figure out if they need to be swapped, sort them to their proper positions or most useful: if two digits are the same. This is the most difficult tool to use, but it is invaluable in expediting solutions.
So, that is my submission. Good luck!