INSIDE has a secret ending that can be accessed by

discovering all the orbs, going to the underground research lab in the cornfield and using a code to unlock the door there.

I have seen different codes published to unlock this secret ending. A popular one, on Primagames.com, appears to be:

Up, Up, Right, Left, Right, Right, Right, Up, Up, Up, Right, Left, Left, Left

However, I used another one I saw on Techtimes.com that worked just fine:

Up, Up, Up, Right, Left, Left, Left, Up, Up, Right, Left, Right, Right, Right

As you can see they are different, but they both work. Why is this? Does anyone know the actual syntax needed to develop a working code? I noticed both of these have

14 directions

---would any similar combination work as long as it numbered the same?

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    Actually it is the same sequence starting from a different point. Maybe all the in-between sequences work. – xpy Oct 27 '17 at 14:53

So if you got to that point, it means you already got all the orbs. I'm assuming, though, that given your question you don't really know where to get the code from, and only got it from the guides. So let's go back a bit.

Remember how to get orb #5? After you go down the stairs, you'll notice some sounds start to play in the background. Now, one might easily mistake those for just ambient music or something, since the game often makes moments more intense by just adding some ominous sounds to the background... but if you stay there long enough, you'll realize there's a looping pattern going on there. If you've been to the door to the vault where you need to input the code, you'll also notice that the left, up, and right sounds match the ones being played here!

And so there you are: the code comes from a looping sequence, and so it just doesn't matter what the starting point for your sequence is. Both of the codes you mention are actually the same one, just starting from a different point, and looping around to wrap it up in 14 steps (14 which, not by chance, is the total number of orbs/achievements you can get in the game).

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    That essentially means there are 14 different codes - 14 consecutive notes in a loop, which you can start at any point. – SF. Jan 24 '18 at 10:39
  • Yes, that's correct :) – JNat Jan 24 '18 at 12:28

I haven't looked into the game, but both the codes you posted have 5 Ups, 5 Rights, and 4 Lefts, and they all have a 3-in-a-row for each direction. (ex: Up, Up, Up)

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