Happy New Year from the staff here at GAMES WORLD OF PUZZLES! As we usher in 2022, what better time than now to learn a new skill. And if you’re a newbie to cryptic crosswords, this issue can help you …Read more
Believe it or not, the winter holidays are upon us once more! To help you get in the spirit of the season, we bring you this December issue full of gifts for the mind.
Our holiday-themed offerings include Annie Fillenwarth’s …
Welcome to the October issue of GAMES WORLD OF PUZZLES! It’s full of tricks and treats—puzzles, that is! And this month, we’ve got even more of them than usual, as much of our color section is devoted to puzzles.…Read more
Welcome to the September issue of GAMES WORLD OF PUZZLES! This month is traditionally marked by students’ return to school. And while the pandemic has caused the last year and a half to be anything but traditional, as of press …Read more
Welcome to the August issue of GAMES WORLD OF PUZZLES! As I was preparing to write this message, it occurred to me that ever since the merging of the former GAMES and WORLD OF PUZZLES in October 2014, we have …Read more
Here at GAMES WORLD OF PUZZLES, we eagerly anticipate the month of June and the extra hours of daylight that it brings. In fact, the longest day of the year—the summer solstice—occurs on June 20. And what better way to …Read more
Welcome to the May issue of GAMES WORLD OF PUZZLES. This month we’ve got a special treat for you: “Call Me Steve” by Andrew Parr (page 33). So what’s the big deal? Parr, our “uncontested GAMES historian,” spoke to world-famous …Read more
Welcome to the April issue! We know the weather varies wildly this time of year, depending on where you live. For some of you, the cold winter lingers; for others, the harsh weather is easing up. Either way, this month’s …Read more
Welcome to the February issue of GAMES WORLD OF PUZZLES!
It’s been an eventful couple of months leading up to press time. The lingering pandemic, plus a contentious presidential election, dominated the news. Then, just about 24 hours after the …
“I’ll take ‘Magazines’ for $1,200, Alex.”
“Okay. The answer is: ‘The December 2020 issue of this publication features a diverse assortment of pencil puzzles, including original types found nowhere else. It also offers 16 pages of full-color articles, game reviews, …