About The Website

Passion for Puzzles was originally started by Marcel van Leeuwen. Born in The Netherlands on May 14th 1969. He passed away suddenly in April 2011. The website has been passed on to the people at Puzzle Master as he loved receiving puzzles from them and wrote reviews about them. The puzzles that he reviewed could often be found at www.puzzlemaster.ca/


If you have any questions, comments, recommendations, feedback or constructive criticism please feel free to email us, we would love to hear from you. When emailing us, do try to keep it short and to the point, it’s easier to reply to a short email then a long email. Our email address is ‘[email protected] or use the contact page.


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Site Information

The weblog powered by WordPress. The markup on this site is valid XHTML 1.0 (on odd occasions there may be a bug or two), it’s CSS is also valid (again, there may be some bugs from time to time). This site has been tested on and found to be compatible with the following browsers:

  • Mozilla Firefox 1.0 or higher
  • IE v5.5 or higher.

If you are currently viewing this site with a browser not listed, and it’s displaying well, please tell me about it, then I can add it to the list. Or, if you’re viewing it in one of the listed browsers, and there’s a problem, please tell me about it so I can look into the problem.


All weblog entries automatically appear on Twitter and Facebook, but sometimes we Twitter some puzzle news on Twitter or Facebook only. Follow Passion for Puzzles on Twitter.

Programs/Code Used

  • Notepad++ – for XHTML/CSS
  • WordPress – for Weblog
  • GIMP – For graphics

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