Sunday, 29 April 2007

Cross-stitch 001

There are many ways to approach a traditional Double Crostic but in this puzzle, there is also a way to navigate through it!



Find the quotation, the author's name, and the title of the work from which the quotation has been sourced. Then navigate the grid for a further secret message!


To print this puzzle:
1. Click on the image to view the html document.
2. Right-click on the html page and choose SAVE PICTURE AS..
3. Save the document to your desktop as a PNG image or bitmap image.
4. Ensure the document fits to one A4 page before printing.

Sunday, 1 April 2007

Ouisa's Ladder 001

Ouisa Kittredge
Six degrees of separation between us and everyone else on this planet. But, to find the right six people...
(Six Degrees of Separation by John Guare)


Believe it or not, the code will reveal that in which all of these actors have appeared!

1. Riding In Cars With Boys (2001)

2. Fearless (1993)

3. The Fisher King (1991)

4. Insomnia (2002)

5. The Devil's Advocate (1997)

6. Parenthood (1989)

7. Lost Boys (1987)

8. Flatliners (1990)

9. In the Cut (2003)

10. Just Like Heaven (2005)

11. Election (1999)

12. Family Business (1989)

13. Dr. No (1969)

Code: 8-10-11-2-11-11-2-5-4-10-9-1

Each movie title leads to the name of an actor in common with each subsequent movie title. When you have determined all of the names, you will have formed a ladder of twelve interconnected actors. Read through these names according to the number code to reveal the surprising answer to this month's Ouisa's Ladder!

This OUISA'S LADDER rated: ONE FOR FILM-BUFFS

© Gridless 2007.

The Backbone 001

BON VOYAGE!
Anyone who has ever embarked on a journey knows that "getting there" can be a logistical nightmare! However, pick your starting point, work methodically, and you'll soon see that all your planning, packing and preparing was worth it in the end!


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To print this puzzle:
1. Click on the image to view the puzzle as an .html page
2. Right click on the page and select "..Save As"
3. Temporarily save the puzzle as a .bmp or file to your desktop.
4. Ensure the puzzle fits to one A4 page before printing.