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Glyph Tower Puzzle



This page will include resources and content used to solve the Glyph Puzzle at the end of TUNIC after collecting all 12 secret treasures. This page will try to be organized in a cohesive manner.


Page 54 "For Additional Support & Secrets" section is what brings you to the room.

Angrevol's Spreadsheet: Link to Google Doc Spreadsheet

Techraptor's Guides for TUNIC by Andrew Stretch:

What has been found

Page 54 "For Additional Support & Secrets" it states the following.

  1. Find some rare golden statues.
  2. Traverse the glow to visit 12 strange beings
  3. "Un-sing" to them the greatest song, the song of the golden path, as seen from within.

To explain what step three of this secret is wanting.

  • The greatest song is referring to the "Golden Path" otherwise known as the input used on your keyboard or d-pad to open The Door in the Mountains.
    • Shorthand: uldluldlururulurdrululuruldluruulurdrdrurdldrurrdrurdrurrdldldrdrdlldrdldrurdrurrddluruldlululurrulu


  • As seen from within states to look at the golden path from the other side of the page i.e. flip the paper.


  • Finally, "un-sing" requests the code be inputted from the center out rather than the bottom in resulting in.
    • Shorthand: dldrrdldldluldrdluurrdrurdrulurullururululurrdrurdrurrdrulurdrururdlddrdluldrdldldrurdldrdrdluldluld

When inputted at the Glyph Tower, the runes present the following link.

Link: [ Link]

The website presents the following audio and video.


Far Shore Site Code


    <meta http-equiv="Content-type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">

    <link rel="stylesheet" href="style.css">
    <script src=""></script>
        $(document).ready(function() {
            $("body").click(function() {


<body id="index" onload="">

    <div class="fullscreen-bg">
        <video loop muted autoplay playsinline class="fullscreen-bg__video">
			<source src="v.mp4" type="video/mp4">

    <audio id="player" loop controls="false" style="position:absolute;top:-100px;">
        <source src="a.mp3" type="audio/mp3">


.fullscreen-bg {
    position: fixed;
    top: 0;
    right: 0;
    bottom: 0;
    left: 0;
    overflow: hidden;
    z-index: -100;

.fullscreen-bg__video {
    position: absolute;
    top: 0;
    left: 0;
    width: 100%;
    height: 100%;

@media (min-aspect-ratio: 16/9) {
    .fullscreen-bg__video {
        height: 500%;
        top: -200%;
    /*			  .txt {

@media (max-aspect-ratio: 16/9) {
    .fullscreen-bg__video {
        width: 500%;
        left: -200%;
    /*			  .txt {
      width: 40%;

@media (max-width: 767px) {
    .fullscreen-bg {
        /* background: url("ff.png") center center / cover repeat; */
    .fullscreen-bg__video {
        display: none;

video::-webkit-media-controls {
    display: none !important;

*::-webkit-media-controls-start-playback-button {
    display: none!important;
    -webkit-appearance: none;

When the audio from the is viewed through a spectrogram, it presents the following in the 10Hz to 500Hz range:


When translated, this states: "we are the(e) eyes of the far shore".

The next mystery may lie within the chords of the audio (the black lines below) (10Hz - 240Hz), but not much is known past this.


NOTE - Much of this discussion has moved to this spreadsheet to translate the chords above!