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The card that's different from the others tells you what you're looking for, but not in an obvious way

The big blue numbers on the cards are not part of the solution code you seek. They just lead you to it.

The colors are important to the puzzle. The color names are written out with words and initials to help players who can't distinguish colors easily.

The 'Clue' card with the picture of fruit has five words or expressions at the top. Each of those suggests a single letter.

If you figure out the five letters on the hint card, they make a word. Combine that word with the subject of the painting below, and you'll know what you need to do with the other cards. You might need to say it out loud to get it.

You are looking to make four sets of two cards. The sum of the pairs of cards is important. Each odd number will pair with an even number. The order comes from the number of pears in the paintings on the even cards.

The hint card is P for phosphorus, R for the movie rating Restricted, I for me, M for 1000, and E for the value of x in the equation at the bottom. Combine that with the painting of pears, and you have 'Prime Pears' (pairs).

There is only one way to combine the eight big blue numbers into four pairs such that each pair adds up to a prime number.

Once you've made your pairs that are all prime numbers, use the color on the even-numbered card to find the correct solution number on the odd-numbered card. There are four solution numbers, one of each color.