Image of Wonder Woman's sword and shield leaning against a front-facing Surface monitor displaying Wonder Woman in golden armor, staring forward. In front of the monitor is a Surface llaptop displaying rotating logos of Microsoft and Wonder Woman film title. On the right of the monitor is a Surface lapotp on top of stacked books displaying visual studio code.

Turn your tech skills into superpowers

1984 is bold, grand, and electric. It’s an era of excess and corruption, where Wonder Woman must harness the power of technology to restore balance to the world. And Microsoft is partnering with the film to empower coders and creators of all ages to learn technology skills they can use for greater good.

So let’s get started developing those tech superpowers. Your journey involves three chapters.

Chapter 1

Code hunt

Wonder Woman’s sword and shield have disappeared. Follow our intel to solve clues and crack codes across the internet to find them.

Chapter 2

Learn-to-code lessons

Once you’ve harnessed your skills, hone your digital superpowers in five learn-to-code lessons.

Chapter 3

Gaming: A force for social good

Now that you’ve become a digital superhero, use your skills to build a video game that is a force for social good.

Coming soon

Chapter 1

Code hunt

Your mission: For decades, Wonder Woman’s sword and shield have been stored safely beneath the Smithsonian. Now they’re missing, and our intel suggests that the only way to find them is by tracking down a collection of codes hidden across the internet.

Start your mission
Image of a laptop on top of stacked books. Laptop screen displays white binary sequences in black background.
Mission 1

For your ears only

Image of a laptop in dark room with desk lamp shedding light upon it. Laptop screen displays Wonder Woman in golden armor with her arms crossed.
Mission 2

More to the image of the day

Glitched image of Wonder Woman wearing her head gear and superhero uniform using her Lasso of Truth inside a museum.
Mission 3

The sacred file

Image of aged metal shield of Wonder Woman with engraved alphabet letters on the interior and exterior rings.
Mission 4

Delve into the Smithsonian collections

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Mission 5

Search and reveal

Mission 1

For your ears only

Our transmitters picked up this strange binary sequence

00111000 00111000 00111000 00101101 00110011 01101101 01111000 00101101 01101100 01101111 01110010 01100100

Could it be a clue? Try converting it to a different form. What happens next is your call.

Mission 2

More to the image of the day

This image of the day on Bing.com may uncloud the mystery behind Wonder Woman’s missing sword and shield. Take a closer look for clues and prepare to answer the questions within.

Mission 3

The sacred file

There might be mission-critical information embedded in this image that’s causing it to display incorrectly. Download it from our files and try opening it in a new way.

Mission 4

Delve into the Smithsonian collections

Another clue has surfaced, but its real meaning is obscured by a mysterious cryptography technique:

Wkh Frghzrug brx Vhhn lv Duwhplv

We’re working with the Smithsonian to identify patterns in their cryptography files and find a match. Take this sequence to their Learning Lab. You may need a pen and paper.

Mission 5

Search and reveal

Searching for the truth takes knowing where to start. Try decoding this unusual query we found in our search data. It could be our next clue to Wonder Woman’s missing gear.

U2VhcmNoICJUaGUgSGVhcnQgb2YgVGhlbXlzY2lyYSIgb24gQmluZw==

We suspect that it’s based on a common programming language used to transfer text data—perfect for hiding code words.​

Chapter 2

Learn-to-code lessons

Those who create with technology are those who write history and shape our future. Challenge your tech skills with these five new learn-to-code lessons.

Museum heist

A Minecraft coding adventure

A priceless painting has been stolen from a Minecraft museum. Use basic coding skills and game design concepts to navigate the museum, solve puzzles, and recover the missing painting.

Learn more
Chaos maze

A learn-to-code game with MakeCode Arcade

Wonder Woman is in the Smithsonian and needs to collect artifacts before time runs out. Use block-based coding to design and code your own arcade game to help her navigate the maze and collect the artifacts.

Explore more on Smithsonian Learning Labs

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Legendary gauntlets

Make your own with light and sound

Wonder Woman’s indestructible gauntlets are symbols of empowerment and strength. Make and code your own gauntlets that light up and activate with the iconic arm cross. You’ll need to purchase a few items for this project.

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Secret message

Crack the code and reveal a secret

There’s a secret message encoded with a location inspired by WONDER WOMAN 1984. Crack the code using Python programming language and find the easter egg in this beginner’s lesson. For the best experience, download Visual Studio Code.

Explore more on Smithsonian Learning Labs

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Super quiz

Program your own personality quiz

Which WONDER WOMAN 1984 character are you most like? Use Python once again to build a quiz to share with your friends, this time with Boolean commands and conditionals. No prior background in computer science is needed. For the best experience, download Visual Studio Code.

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Your mission continues at virtual summer camp

You can also embark on your mission with guidance from an instructor through Microsoft Store’s virtual coding camps inspired by WONDER WOMAN 1984.
Image of Wonder Woman staring into multiple screens with vibrant images, with her reflection.
Coming soon

Chapter 3

Gaming: A force for social good

Video games are powerful. They can show us new worlds and inspire us to see our own in new ways. Your challenge is to see WONDER WOMAN 1984 in theaters and create a PC or Xbox game idea that brings Wonder Woman’s values of compassion, integrity, and justice to life.

You could bring awareness to a population or cause, teach about culture or history, or infuse Wonder Woman’s values into a character story. Add on to a game you love or create an entirely new game idea.

Check back here for details on October 2

Synopsis

Fast forward to the 1980s as Wonder Woman’s next big screen adventure finds her facing two all-new foes: Max Lord and The Cheetah. With director Patty Jenkins back at the helm and Gal Gadot returning in the title role, WONDER WOMAN 1984 is Warner Bros. Pictures’ follow up to the DC Super Hero’s first outing, 2017’s record-breaking WONDER WOMAN. The film also stars Chris Pine as Steve Trevor, Kristen Wiig as The Cheetah, Pedro Pascal as Max Lord, Robin Wright as Antiope, and Connie Nielsen as Hippolyta. Charles Roven, Deborah Snyder, Zack Snyder, Patty Jenkins, Gal Gadot and Stephen Jones are producing the film. Rebecca Steel Roven Oakley, Richard Suckle, Marianne Jenkins, Geoff Johns, Walter Hamada, Chantal Nong Vo and Wesley Coller are the executive producers. Patty Jenkins directed from a screenplay she wrote with Geoff Johns & David Callaham, story by Jenkins & Johns, based on characters from DC.

Warner Bros. Pictures Presents an Atlas Entertainment/Stone Quarry Production, a Patty Jenkins Film, WONDER WOMAN 1984. Set to open October 2, 2020 in theaters in 2D and 3D in select theaters and IMAX, it will be distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures. This film is rated PG-13 for sequences of action and violence.

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