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This month’s puzzle has a variety: New Words, Initial Diagnosis and Movie Title Mash. There are adult and kid versions available for download. Answers due by the end of the month.
This month’s puzzle is a word search. As is typical with my word searches, I will not be providing the list of words to find. However, correct words will all relate to the same theme. What is the theme? That’s for you to figure out.
I have created one for the adults and one for the kids. Submissions due by the end of the month.
Tags: word search
For the second month in a row, Andrew is our puzzle winner. Good job! Most of the answers were figured out by at least one person. Castaway was a nice alternative answer to 15…which was better than the attempted James Bond character answer for 12. Ahem.Read the rest of this entry »
This one may not be as hard, or at the least adds some variety to the puzzles. There is a kids version with similar type puzzles as well.Read the rest of this entry »
Answers for the monthly puzzle for both adult and kids puzzles inside.Read the rest of this entry »
For those of you with kids who want something to do, this is for them. One hint available per answer. Any who complete the puzzle will get their name on the wall.
Adults who were scared off by my puzzle can have a go at it as well, but no hints and you will not get your name on the wall 🙂
Due April 30th.
First monthly puzzle of the year is ready to play and it’s a crossword. Download the PDF file and either fill it out and send back a pic/scan, or email your answers to email@example.com
The top scorer will get their name on the wall. Tiebreaker will be by hints needed. You may request as many hints as you like by emailing me.
You have until the end of the month. Good luck!
This month’s puzzle is brought to you by Matthew Gilman. He created this last year, but I stopped working on the site, so it has sat in my inbox collecting dust. I finally printed it out last month and got to work at trying to solve it. I really enjoyed it, struggled some, and didn’t completely solve it. It is definitely up to Matthew’s standard level of difficulty 🙂
Use the five crossword style clues to find five people of note. They could be actors, authors, athletes, historical figures, etc.. It could be first name first, then last name or in reverse order. The resulting answer may need to be adjusted to match a real name as the clues may only lead to a phonetically correct answer or one slightly misspelled or shortened.
Example 1: Steal again? A: Rob Moore
Example 2: Additional Lowe footage? A: Moore, Rob
Each answer will be worth 2 points
Answers are due on July 14th
Submit your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org
1) Lug around a feline?
2) A chocolate station?
3) Get your clunker ready for a tire change?
4) Biological explanation for rowdier offspring?
5) Result of an untidy train hobbyist?
Tags: Star Crossed