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A question about the creation and development of puzzles. Not to be used for requesting the creation of a puzzle.
An anagram rearranges the letters of a word or phrase to produce a new word or phrase.
A puzzle that asks for determining the winner in a multi-player game.
For questions about the Rubik's Cube and its variations.
A puzzle which involves the manipulation of individual letters within words.
A question including or relating to crossword puzzles. Use [cryptic-crosswords] for British-style cryptic crosswords; [crossword-clues] or [cryptic-clues] for clues as distinct from whole crosswords.
a special type of crossword puzzle where clues combine a definition with wordplay. Use [crosswords] where the clues don't obey the conventions of cryptic crosswords; [cryptic-cl…
A puzzle that involves figuring out what happened with regard to a certain incident.
A password puzzle focuses on finding a password to a challenge.
A puzzle that involves figuring out what happened with regard to a certain incident through analyzing clues and deducing conclusions.
A puzzle centered around tunes, melodies, operas, famous song texts, composers, orchestras, and/or musical instruments. General music questions are off-topic here but can usually be asked at the Stack…
For puzzles involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division.
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centered around weighings and balances.
A puzzle built around graphs: sets of nodes joined together by paths.
A tour puzzle in the form of a complex branching passage through which the solver must find a route.
A puzzle concerning techniques for secure communication in the presence of (hostile) third parties.
A puzzle involving checkerboards: grids of squares alternating black and white in color, most commonly an 8x8 board.
A mathematical puzzle that's stated in words, usually in terms of a story or a situation that dresses the problem up.
A puzzle related to algorithmics (a main concept in computer science).
Logic grid puzzles, first produced by Lewis Carroll, are puzzles in which correspondences must be drawn between multiple ways of describing the same list of objects, using a given set of clues about t…
For puzzles referencing or relating to historical events or knowledge. Use tag 'puzzle-history' for the history of puzzles.
used for geometric puzzles, if one wants to stress that the setting is not 2-dimensional but 3-dimensional.
A puzzle that makes use of cinematic knowledge, such as movie titles, actors, directors, and film awards.
A puzzle about sequences of symbols, elements, or other objects.
Alphametic puzzles involve equations where digits have been replaced with letters.
For puzzles based on video games, or related to video games, game characters, genres, platforms, etc.
A geometric puzzle where a given figure has to be cut into a number of pieces subject to a number of constraints.
Puzzles which require some knowledge of science to solve. Consider using the 'physics', 'chemistry' or 'computer-science' tags if your question is specifically about these branches of science.
A geometric packing puzzle in which a number of shapes have to be assembled into a larger shape, generally without overlaps or gaps.
A puzzle that asks for finding the hidden pattern in a given letter sequence.
a game that involves counters or pieces moved or placed on a "board" according to a fixed set of rules.
For puzzles that presented themselves, with real parameters and consequences, during otherwise non-puzzling activities.
for questions about the name or nature of a specific puzzle, given as much descriptive information about it as the asker possesses. For challenge questions where the asker knows the puzzle…
themed towards or particularly relevant to a certain time of year, e.g. seasons, events, holidays.
Puzzles which include the concept of time, as for instance: clocks, dates, calendars, conversions from one time zone to another, time-intervals.