Hangman game backward #9 - guess what was the question:
fill in "i" - a famous city in New York, Illinois and Nevada.
fill in "o" - half of the population said to have experience being one.
fill in "...
This recipe does not make any sense but each step has its own by-product.
Add a letter and you'll have the shortest and the most ambiguous answer.
Add a letter and you'll have 47 machine-guns.
Add a ...
Start with a word.
For each line below, add one letter to the last word, then anagram, to get a word that means:
What word did I start as and what words did I ...
There are six suspects "Siva", "Durga", "Ekagra", "Naman", "Aniket" and "Manish".
Amartya has written the murderer name in secretly in his diary in a mysterious way as "DVVPQ".
Police were unable to ...
there. I came across a puzzle about a missing letter in a primary school exercise booklet for selective high school exams in Australia. The puzzle is the one shown in the picture below. It looks like ...
This is essentially a combination of two puzzles:
Longest *Sentence* With Only Repeating Character Pairs (which has been shown to be infinite)
Longest sentence with each letter repeated n ...
All credits to @Alex for inventing this type of puzzle with the original and the sequel.
Guess an "R" - I can only be spelled right.
Guess an "F" - Lots of me took place in the world wars.
Guess an "...
My first is in winter, but never in spring,
My next is in baubles, but never in bling.
My third, it's been said, is in conflict and strife,
My fourth's in your girlfriend and also your wife.
My last ...
What is the only number that, when written in English, gives a sequence of letters which is sorted alphabetically?
(The original phrasing of the question was meant to be a bit less straightforward to ...
This is based on a word game that as far as I know was invented by my friend's Dad.
The goal is to make as long a word as you can, starting from any three-letter word, using the following rule: You ...
You have to reach DOCK from SHIP in the minimum number of tries with the following rules.
You are only allowed to change one letter at a time.
You have to keep the word length the same.
At each step ...
@Don Kirkby have designed a set of dominoes puzzles that they call Donimoes. You slide the dominoes like the cars in Nob Yoshigahara's Rush Hour puzzle, always along their long axis.
I have altered ...