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Beach Ball Frenzy
Daryl the Dragon just can’t help himself….he loves beach balls! Unfortunately, beach balls don’t like him much – they tend to pop and loose air. Then they’re not much fun at all. So, can you help Daryl resist his beach ball frenzy?
Sudoku - The Beatles
By Roland Janbergs
Here's a Sudoku challenge with a different spin. Instead of using numbers, the puzzle is made with letters! Can you solve the puzzle so that each of the nine letters are present in each 9x9 grid only once, and also each letter only appears once in each column and row?
Find a 4-letter word for each blank below so that when added, two new words (sharing the same middle word) are created. What is each word?
A Pampered Cow?
What do you get from a pampered cow? You'll need to solve the RiddleMeThis puzzle to find out!
Road Sign Mix-up
The how-to-drive manual is being updated and somehow all the road sign definitions got mixed up. The pictures below are actual road signs. The descriptions below are the definitions of the road signs. Can you match them all up correctly?
Can you protect the planets from the meteor shower? Draw nine straight lines through the box below to separate the planets from the meteors. When all the lines have been drawn, each section containing a planet cannot have meteors in it too.
Bats in the Belfry
Witch Matilda was having a hard time with her pet bats. The insisted on flying around and getting into trouble. Can you help her contain them?
Disney's Heroes, Villians, and Sidekicks
By Sherry Tuxbury
Here's something a little different - a themed puzzle about Walt Disney. So come on all you Disney fans (and all you parents with kids!), put your thinking caps on and give this one a try!
Drop Quotes - Round 2
Drop Quotes - Round 3
Solve the puzzle to read the quotes. All the letters are given to you...but can you determine the right place for them?
Twelve 6-letter words have been split in half to make 3-letter pairs. Put the pairs together to find the 6-letter words.
Hidden in each of the sentences below is the name of a bird that can be found in a barnyard. Can you find them all?
Hidden in each of the sentences below is the name of an animal that can be found in a barnyard. Can you find them all?
Can you find a word to match each category and starts with the letter in the left column?
Can you find a word to match each category and Starts with the
letter in the left column?
High or Low
High or Low - Round 2
Each of the clues below refers to a five-letter word that contains either ‘HI’ or ‘LO’ within it. Can you find all of them?
The Name of the Game
The Name of the Game - Round 2
The Name of the Game - Round 3
How good are you at games? Think you can identify a game from just a couple clues? Test your skills at our Name of the Game puzzle!
Winter is for Holiday
By Sherry Tuxbury
Fill in the clues to reveal the hidden message, in this holiday and cold weather puzzle, from us to you.
Can you change warm to cold in less than eight steps? How about
changing slow into fast?
Word Wizards -
Can you name each pet using the clues provided?
Each of the four eight letter words below use the letter I in the
center. Can you determine what each word is?
Words of Eleven
Each of the four eleven letter words below use the letter N in the center. Can you determine what each word is?
Riddles and Coded
Happy New Year 2005!
Start the new year off right with a puzzle!..or two, I couldn't decide which quotation to use for this year's New Year's puzzle, so I decided to use both. Here's a couple of thoughts for the new year as written by Lord Alfred Tennyson and Emily Miller.
Car Parts ~ a cryptolist puzzle
The list of words below all relate to the topic of 'car parts'. The code used for each word is the same. For example, if you determine that the letter A is really the letter E in the first word, this is true for every word in the list.
Riddle Me Quote
Here's a Riddle Me This puzzle without the riddle! Solve the puzzle to discover Katherine Hepburn's thoughts on acting.
Happy New Year! ~ 2004
Answer the clues below to find each word. Then place the letters on the lines below to reveal this year's New Year message!
Happy New Year! ~ 2003
Answer the clues below to find each word. Then place the letters on the lines below. Each letter must be placed on a line marked by the same number. When all the lines are full, a bit of New Year advice will be revealed.
What's for supper? ~ a cryptolist puzzle
Here's a new kind of coded puzzle for you to try - a cryptolist!
The list of words below all relate to the topic of 'what's for supper'. The code used for each word is the same. For example, if you determine that the letter A is really the letter E in the first word, this is true for every word in the list.
Year! ~ 2002
To help celebrate the New Year,
we've decided to give you a New Year's toast. There's just one catch....you'll have to solve the puzzle first!
Quizzes and Trivia
Trivia Quiz for the
Here's another short trivia quiz for the trivia enthusiasts. This
one's a bit tougher this time. Note that some of the questions are United States focused. Have fun!
How Observant ARE
Here's one that'll get you thinking...and looking. I received this
via email and thought I'd test all you trivia lovers. Will you beat the average of 18 correct answers? Note that some of the questions are United States focused.
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Peanut Butter Shortbread Bars ~ Here's a tasty treat just for you...but you'll have to earn it! The ingredients have all been coded so you'll have to solve the puzzle before you can make this peanut buttery delight.
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Shelly's puzzle is featured in a novel!
I'm delighted! One of my puzzles has been published within a new novel of suspense and intrigue. What better way to feature a logic puzzle? The book revolves around a reality show, and the dynamics of the characters competing for the $10 million prize. Be sure to check out The Ultimate Reality Show by Clay Jacobsen for a great read, and of course, a great puzzle!
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