1、<p>To describe Do Not Believe His Lies as just a free puzzle game on iOS wouldn't be doing it justice.</p><p>Spotted by Kotaku, Do Not Believe His Lies is one of those rare, exciting things that brings folks on the internet together.</p><p>Uploaded in July of last year, the app presents a series of riddles and puzzles that, upon solving, offer up strings of text that form a larger story.</p><p>According to the game's official website, about 40,000 people have participated in the hunt for the final answer, but no one has managed to actually solve it.</p><p>It's become a group effort at this point, spawning its own Reddit community dedicated to working through some of its more complex problems.</p><p>Based on the subreddit, it seems people are still stuck on puzzle #37. It's been eight months.</p><p>The designer of Do Not Believe His Lies, Lukasz Matablewski, told Kotaku that he made the game precisely to bring players together and collaborate on the game's puzzles.</p><p>You can join in the riddle-solving yourself by downloading Do Not Believe His Lies free on the App Store and heading over to the game's subreddit.</p>
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