Another in excellent puzzles series by A Gamz, this digital application does not disappoint. Great for puzzlers of all ages, acrostics or otherwise known as double crostics combines the styles of a crossword puzzle and fill in the quote challenges. You will find fifty unique anagrams and crosswords timed for extra fun and ranking to satisfy your competitive side.
The puzzles are designed so that each letter in the quote is linked to one of the clue letters, and the final goal is to fill in the quotation using crossword style puzzles and hints. Each puzzle is timed and after [Read More...]
Find more than 325,000 clues and answer words from Merriam-Webster’s Crossword Puzzle Dictionary, 3rd Edition. Comprehensive and relevant coverage of words, people and place-names most encountered by puzzlers.
Franklin’s New York Times Crossword Puzzle Dictionary includes geographic and biographic references, like cities, poets, presidents, capitals, movie stars and much more! Instantly target the words you need alphabetically, by number of letters and by common categories.
Buy Franklin New York Times Crossword Puzzle Dictionary at Amazon. Happy Puzzling!
Via the The DieLine.com website I found some puzzling wrapping paper.
On the wrapping is a word search puzzle printed with almost all reasons to give a present (twenty in total).
Just mark the right occasion (Christmas, love, Valentine, birthday, Easter, Love, etc.) and you can use this wrapping paper for all your personal gifts. Happy Puzzling!
NY Times Crosswords is collection of 30 crossword puzzles for your Kindle Reading Device.
NY Times Crosswords comes with a bundle of 30 world famous challenging puzzles handpicked by The New York Times. You can solve unassisted or get help using the reveal one letter or entire answer functionality. You can even check for errors.
It’s win-win for the whole family: Kids love puzzles—and parents love their kids to love puzzles. Now from Puzzability — the premier puzzle-writing company whose mind-benders have appeared regularly in The New York Times and Disney Adventures, and repeatedly in The New Yorker and Martha Stewart Kids — comes a rich, original, and entertaining category-killer of a book with over 250 puzzles on every imaginable theme and subject.
Fully illustrated in color, here is a bonanza of mazes, word games, visual and logic puzzles, and more. With a full range of difficulty, but all totally solvable, the puzzles are not [Read More...]
This is a tie for all of you out there who have a passion for crossword puzzles.
The first crosswords appeared in England during the 19th century. The first known published crossword puzzle was created by a journalist named Arthur Wynne. December 21, 1913 was the date that it first appeared in the New York World newspaper.
Show your love of the crossword puzzle game with this creative Crosswords Tie available at Amazon. Happy Puzzling!
Bad news for real puzzle lovers?
Thinking too hard may actually damage the brains of some older people, it is claimed.
Engaging in activities such as doing crossword puzzles, reading and listening to the radio has long been thought to delay mental decline.
But new research shows that while at first they slow the decline of thinking skills, brain work-outs actually speed up the progress of dementia once it set in.
Study author Robert Wilson, of Rush University Medical Centre in Chicago said mentally stimulating activities may enhance the brain’s ability to function relatively normally despite the build-up of lesions [Read More...]