Hellpoint Eye Codes Towers Black Hole Hour

Hellpoint guide: Eye Codes and Black Hole Hour rooms

If you’ve been exploring the Irid Novo in Hellpoint, then it’s likely that you’ve come across a few secret locked areas that you can’t get to. These are some of Hellpoint‘s “Black Hole Hour” rooms. They’re locked behind an energy gate just like the ones in boss rooms or during the game’s “Hell Hour,” except that they have a golden/light barrier (instead of orange). You won’t be able to enter them until you input those Eye Codes. Here’s our guide to help you out.

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Hellpoint: Eye Codes and Black Hole Hour guide

Eye Codes are scattered all over Hellpoint‘s zones. The one below is found in the Observatory:

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Here’s another one that can be spotted in a secret room while you’re doing the Architect’s sidequest:

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The Eye Codes are a puzzle meant to be solved and, thanks to Redditor Winters_Embrace and other Hellpoint players, I was also able to figure it out. In any case, refer to each page below for the mechanics, Eye Codes, Black Hole Hour doorways, and other concepts that you need help with.

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