The 39 Clues Website is where users can sign up collect cards and clues, play missions, read articles about the characters, play games, and learn top-secret information. An alternate URL to the site is: www.NessieLives.com, which is only located in the inside flap pages of The Maze of Bones. This is a connection to the mission which comes with the book, Mission 1: The Lost Clue, in which you investigate the Loch Ness monster, aka Nessie, for a Clue.
Joining the 39 Clues WebsiteEdit
To create a user on the site, you must first come up with a username and password. Secondly, you take a short quiz about which branch you will be placed in.
The Clue Hunt and Cahills vs. VespersEdit
There are two sections on the 39 Clues website. The Clue Hunt and Cahills vs. Vespers. The Clues Hunt is for the first series, and the Cahills vs. Vespers for the second.
There is now a Map tab in the 39 Clues Website. This tab shows a map of the world dotted with keys. Each key represents a clue, and if you roll your mouse over a key, it shows the location. Orange keys mean you have unlocked this clue, and silver keys mean it is still locked. If you click "Locations" at the bottom of the screen, you will see a complete list of all the clue locations, sorted by how you can unlock them, and colored so you can see if it is still locked or not. Also, there used to be a small cell phone in the upper left-hand corner that let you know if you have any messages in your inbox, but now it has disappeared. Note: There are 40 keys on the map, representing the 39 Clues and Mission 10, as you don't get a Clue in that Mission.
- Please see the main article: My Clues
My Clues is where users can see all the clues they have collected in a giant chart. This chart changes with each book release. The clues can be sorted by branch. Each clue, when clicked, comes to a red screen. A brief summary and a video is given. If you have not collected a clue yet, you will see a locked box that will tell you how to get this clue.
- Please see the main article: Arena 39
Arena 39 is where users can play 13 different games and compete in contests with real-life prizes. There is one contest per book release. Whichever player has the best episode points, (the high scores of all their games added together) wins a special trip or some other prize. When all the books are released, whoever has the most points (points gained by playing games) at the end receives a grand prize, with minor prizes as well..
Books (The First Series)Edit
Here at the Books tab, you can choose from the list the book you would like to see. You can see a brief summary, an a excerpt, and a small paragraph about the author. You can also see pictures of locations and characters that appeared in the book. There are also book puzzles you can solve to unlock a Card replicator. This can be from codes found throughout the book or by adding cards.
The First SeriesEdit
Please see the main article: Books
The Second SeriesEdit
The Clue HuntEdit
Missions are short tutorials where users can find a clue, learn more about the characters, and play quick games. They're almost always in some foreign country where the player must find a clue hidden by a branch.
ALL 11 have been released, one for each book.
Cahills vs. VespersEdit
In each of the missions, users uncover one of the Vesper Council members. In the missions, agents play quick games, such as Code Breaking, or Skydiving.
ALL SIX , and BOTH extreme missions are currently available.
There is also a new minigame called Vesper Hunt which allows you to play minigames and hunt down Vesper. (Also available as an app for iOS and Android)
- Please see the main article: Cahill Web
Cahill Web is like a giant internet encyclopedia about everything 39 Clues. There are articles and information from fake sites like ILikeUselessFacts.net and CliqueMe. ILikeUselessFacts.net is simply information on Cahills, Clues, and other information. CliqueMe is a social networking site where most of the characters have profiles. The information and documents are sorted by which branch they belong to, and only members of that branch can access and see the information stored in those archives. For example, a Tomas agent cannot access an Ekaterina Archive. Some Archives are available to all agents, and are marked with the Cahill/Madrigal "C".
Also on Cahill Web are polls and an inbox, which contains messages that each branch sends to its players.
Also, each branch has a secret archive that is only accessible by players that belong to that branch. For example, a Ekaterina trying to access Lucian files would be shown a screen that reads "Intruder Alert! Lucians Only! All others will be thrown in the snake pit." Each branch has a different security page, but Ekaterinas are only allowed to see the Ekaterina archives and Lucians are only allowed to see Lucian archives, and for the Janus is for the Janus Members only and in the Tomas branch only Tomas users can see it. All branches can view archives under the "Cahill" logo.
This section is where when you press on "Message Board" or "My Cards" It will have boxes leading to both The Clue Hunt and Cahills vs. Vespers.
My Cards My Cards is where users can see all the cards they have collected. Cards can be sorted by branch, type, rarity, combo, most recent (added cards), allied agent (Agent Cards), and then new sort, which clears all selections.
Cards are displayed in a chart of 21 cards. Each card when clicked on may have a Top Secret tab in which secret information may be given. Cards can be combined to make clues.
Agent Cards are cards that users can make and share with other users through a code. These cards can be decorated with stickers, and all the authors of the books have one.
- If you go to http://www.ilikeuselessfacts.net/ then it will link back to the 39 Clues Website.