Yes, I'm only making this topic to brag.
Unless you count hearing Patrick mention flying before I actually figured out how. I worked out the direction code stuff, numbers and alphabet all by myself. The only thing I had to look up was the "Metatron" security question thing. I probably wouldn't have figured that one out on my own, but it makes a little sense in retrospect.
I see about 220 people have higher scores on the leaderboards, but I'm going to assume that they got that 33rd anti-cube glitch or something.
This game is awesome. Going in, I really thought it was going to be like a lame attempt to do Cave Story 2 or just a cute little puzzle game, but jesus, this game really blew my mind a number of times and easily impressed me as much as Braid.
I really wish more adventure games could go this deep. As much as I hate the DaVinci Code, if they'd made something like this for the game instead of the lame adventure puzzler thing that got released, I would have played it and loved it. This game also makes you realize how rarely games today really give you a sense of accomplishment. Sure, you easily get a game like Demon's Souls that just makes you feel good for pushing past a really difficult obstacle, but this was on another level entirely.
I have to say, I don't know anything about Phil Fish beyond the fact that he hates Japanese games, but he sure has impressed the hell out of me.