What word am I thinking of? Each group will give you part of what you need.
split, peel, bunch, dump
Vermont, Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, North Carolina
Merlin, Percival, ...
What verb do these four names have in common?
If you get stumped on Tina, don't worry. It's a lesser known reference, and if you have a solution for the other three ...
Riding in the mountains,
swimming in the seas,
traveling to the farlands,
yet staying home and eating cheese.
Could it be a mouse,
or could it be rat?
Perhaps we'l never know,
or perhaps you'l find ...
A connect wall is usually a set of 16 words which can be split into four groups of four related words. Each of those groups can be described under a single over arching group as well. Unfortunately, ...
This post is a question about puzzles, not a puzzle in itself. There is nothing puzzly hidden inside it or the self-answer, posted at the same time. No lateral thinking is required.
Question 1: What ...
This is a letter to number conversion and pattern puzzle.
What number goes in the blank circle and why?
Each letter is a distinctly seperate digit from 0 to 9. ( There are 10 letters representating ...
Uncle Nestor is still finding ways to adapt to life inside a socially isolated bubble. Now that we are allowed to visit family members, I was helping him sort through an old drawer of postcards and ...
In designing this puzzle involving wordsearches, I struggled to identify the correct collective noun for them. Asking around, nobody knew - a herd? A gang? A parliament?! After much prolonged (perhaps ...
I'm sorry about the title; I lost a bet with the '90s.
Below are five categories. Each category is united by one word in the category; furthermore, each category rule is formed in the same way as the ...
This puzzle can be solved as puzzle on its own, but its solution is also part of Deusovi's Community Metapuzzle.
The answers to the following nine clues are closely linked. (Their link is related to ...
Sometimes it's fun to be a little too literal.
The family being pushed repeatedly.
The reach of a ring.
Electricity of darkness.
The gradual destruction of transportation.
Unable to marry alone.