Sunday, 28 December 2008

Word Bank 001

Word Bank puzzles should be easy because the answers are provided. All you have to do is match two words from the word bank to answer each of the clues. Every word will be used just once. The difficulty lies in the fact that our clues may not be as straightforward as they first appear!

1. Presidential escape
2. Where the game is, roughly.
3. Protective wrapping
4. Speed hazard
5. Ira Levin play
6. Physalis Peruviana
7. Up close and personal
8. Malaria
9. Means of survival
10. Hiker's reststop
11. Wrestling attack
12. Very dark
13. It turns a screw
14. Plan B
15. Christie novel

SIDE KNEE TRAP FEVER CABIN SELECTION DROP STRAWBERRY CAMP BLISTER POLICEMAN KEY SLEEPING BALL SWAMP DEATH PARK BLACK PACK LOG BACK TOMATO RING ALLEN DAVID NATURAL FINGER MOVING FALL JET

This puzzle is rated: NOT SO EASY!

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Wednesday, 24 December 2008

Cross-stitch 008

Our latest themed Cross-stitch puzzle is called 'Drink!' and it'll drive you to drink if you attempt it!

Answer as many clues as you can and then feed the individual letters into the grid according to their alphanumerical references. You'll reveal a famous quote! In order, the first letters of each answer will reveal the author of the quote and the title of the work in which it appears.


To really test your sobriety, there is also a dizzying maze of arrows in the grid. If you are not already too intoxicated by this vexatious puzzle, follow the path to reveal a related secret message!


This CROSS-STITCH is rated: INTOXICATING!

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