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-There are 21 unique shapes in the puzzle. If you use the first shape as "A", the second as "B", and so forth, going from left to right, top to bottom, the following pattern appears:+There are 21 individual, unique shapes in the puzzle, even though many of the repeats are rotated. If you assign the first shape to "A", the second to "B", and so forth, going from left to right, top to bottom, the following pattern appears:
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Be Amazed

  • Joker cells began receiving texts on June 25th saying one of:
To find the next sideshow, share these with your fellow goons. Then be amazed.
To find the next sideshow, share these with your fellow goons. There's no substitution for fun.

A few phones received additional images, with the note:

A couple extra for your trouble, clown. I remember favors...
  • Attached are images, appearing like pieces to a puzzle and/or maze, labelled 1-6 and A-F (eg, 1A.jpg -> 6F.jpg)

Pieces

A B C D E F
1
2
3
4
5
6

The solution

There are 21 individual, unique shapes in the puzzle, even though many of the repeats are rotated. If you assign the first shape to "A", the second to "B", and so forth, going from left to right, top to bottom, the following pattern appears:

A B C B D E F G E H F I
D G J J G K E L M J N E
M J G E N O G E J G A B
P K E C G N N G D E B Q
E N O G E Q B M D N O E
R B D K E N B E N O G E
D H S O N E B Q E G T A
O E A H D A C G K E Q H
U G E C G N N G D E R B
D K E N B E Q H P K E B
M N E R O G D G E N B E
S B E Q D B F E O G D G

Then use the following substitution cypher:

From:

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U

To:

C O L R - M E I P S D J U T H N F W G A V

...to reveal this message:

  color-me-imp
  ressed-just-
  use-the-seco
  nd-letter-of
  -the-fourth-
  word-to-the-
  right-of-eac
  h-circled-fi
  ve-letter-wo
  rd-to-find-o
  ut-where-to-
  go-from-here
Color me impressed. Just use the second letter of the fourth word to the right of each circled five-letter word to find out where to go from here

Using the third issue of The Hahaha Times, the next step was found at Whysoserious.com/Redballoons.

Further developments

Due to the images being sent with two messages, it has been suggested that there is another part to the puzzle, possibly one that involves mazes. Pursuit of this aspect is still underway.

Anyone who wants to take a crack at reorganizing the 21 images may do so by downloading all of the .gif files from Zshare here. The letters are unsubstituted representations of the original collection.

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