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The Audio Treasure hunter

Hello again!

Today I have a small minigame to show you. There is some treasure hidden in your browser window, so naturally it is your job to find it. Make sure your sound is turned on and then press <space> to hear where the treasure is. Then click somewhere on the page and listen to the sound that each location makes. Try and match the sound you hear from clicking with the sound you hear when pressing space.

Link: Audio Treasure Hunter

The sound that is made consists of two tones. The first one is tied to the horizontal position of your cursor. The left side has a low sound, and the right side has a high sound. The second tone is tied to the vertical position of your cursor. As you would expect, the bottom of your screen has a low sound and the top, a high sound.

If your are finding it too easy or hard, your can cycle through the different modes by pressing <m>. The harder modes decrease the time between the two tones and reduce the size of the treasure.

I can do it in ~3-4 clicks if I try hard enough. What is your best?

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