The puzzle is called buffers. It is part of a company-made puzzle set at my office. It provides this image and the below sets of numbers/coordinates/something. I solved this once before a few years ...
I can be a number
Take away one, it is the same number
Take away two, it is the same number
Take away three it is another number
Take away four, back to the original number
Take away five, it is the ...
This puzzle is part of the Monthly Topic Challenge #1: Restricted Title: xkcd 1xxx
More like Words for Sets of Small, hah!
I can burn, I can attack,
I can ache, I can break,
Add my head, you might find me in a shack,
Move my head, you can go on a long trek.
I can stop, I can eclipse,
I can throb, or be warming,
Remove my ...
When it is just me I have 3
Yet when there are more, I have four
My first two are double
My last two can clarify
Leave my middle one alone, though, and soon you'll be talking to yourself
You'll know ...
In a past puzzle I revealed my email and my name: Just Some Lines To Me
The email address is:
My name is:
Your job is to find the relationship between my email address (the address, not any further ...
The 16 prompts below may be separated into 4 groups.
Additionally, there is a word absent from the wall which may be placed in all four of those groups.
(240, 100%, 50%)
(255, 215, 0)
My prefix is in the game, but I just kind of dangle.
My prefix shouldn't be tipped, but you can give me a bangle.
My prefix is noble, yet people stab me right through.
My infix goes far, yet I will ...
The image below is the aftermath of a secret tournament of Monopoly played here on PSE.
Akin to something that might come out of a subreddit like r/anarchychess, the board has been massively scrambled ...
My prefix is a great part of what can be found in bird cemeteries
My infix is a shortened form of a capturing device's name
My suffix sounds like a great quantity of matter, but prefers to dig
What am ...
The 16 words below may be separated into 4 groups.
Additionally, there is a word absent from the wall which can be placed in all four of those groups.
My prefix is an increase, a flowing unit, and an acid
My infix, with different hearts, can be friends, fruits, or emotions
My suffix can make castles, storms, and even paper
My all is not the word you ...