After an enjoyable, if not very tiring, weekend, I was working when I suddenly remembered that it is my wife's birthday this coming Saturday! Frantically, I texted her, asking what she wants for that ...
This is a 3-part puzzle. Parts can be solved out of order, but, in the end, parts must be put together in order they appear (1, 2, 3) to solve the whole puzzle.
Parts are independent from each other. ...
Part of the Monthly Topic Challenge #14: Think inside the (very small) box!
Here's a 3x3 grid
Here are the nine cells of the grid in no particular order
Place them correctly, then tell me the final ...
This is part 9 of A Trivial Pursuit, a 25-part puzzle hunt. Each part is solvable on its own, with the exception of the meta-puzzle at the end.
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Puzzle in ...
This is part 5 of A Trivial Pursuit, a 25-part puzzle hunt. Each part is solvable on its own, with the exception of the meta-puzzle at the end.
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This is part 1 of A Trivial Pursuit, a 25-part puzzle hunt. Each part is solvable on its own, with the exception of the meta-puzzle at the end.
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Find the game that I know,
Using the clues below.
Subtractive unit, toad hesitation;
Digital dungeon, show staircase;
Pop dancing, tropical mint;
Dog therapy, oil ring.
Once done, find the sun -
The only instructions given to solve this is that the answer can be alpha-numeric text.
So far I have this:
You're an archaeologist working at the ruins of what appears to be an ancient, possibly advanced, civilization, and you've just been tasked to investigate a cave.
Well, it's not really a cave, per se -...
The last time I played Quordle, I didn't perfectly match any of the four words on my first guess. But my first guess did give me enough information to fully deduce the solution. (Note that a solution ...
This puzzle is part of the Monthly Topic Challenge #12: mobile-friendly puzzles.
I really need to clean out my garage - it's so full, it often feels like it contains one of everything. Today when I ...
This puzzle is part of the Monthly Topic Challenge #11: Now in 3D. See Introducing the 3D Connecting Wall! for the original presentation of this puzzle type and further context. This post presents a ...