Want to test your mental mettle? Try some of our selected puzzles from GAMES WORLD OF PUZZLES.
Today is National Scrabble Day, a day to commemorate the creator, Alfred Mosher Butts, who was born on April 13, 1899. This game wasn't originally named Scrabble, it started out as Lexiko and then Criss-Cross Words.
April is National Poetry Month, a month dedicated to honoring the importance of literature in our lives! To celebrate, we've compiled a few lines of poetry for you, written in cryptogram code. It's your job to crack it!
Easter Eggs, Inc
For the past five years, Mr. E. Bunny has marketed his decorative eggs in baskets of 10. The eggs in each basket are dyed five solid colors, with at least one egg of each color. Each color
Words fit into this flower garden in two ways. Row answers read horizontally from the lettered markers; each Row contains two consecutive
answers reading left to right (except rows A and L, which contain one answer reading across
Today is National Plant a Flower Day, and to make this flower bloom, fill it with 32 six-letter answers. Enter them inward from the tips of the petals to the heart of the blossom.
Half the answers will
Turns of the century
Each of the following famous people lived through a turn of a century--but which century? Six of them were alive in 1501, six in 1601, six in 1701, and six in 1801. Can you sort out
In the United States, March is Women’s History Month. To celebrate, we present this puzzle in which every clue can be answered by a word, name, or phrase starting with HER or SHE. For example, “Pennsylvania locale dubbed
If you love a hearty challenge, you’ve come to the right page! The Contours answers (A to F) start from the bottom of our heart, run up each side in the directions indicated by the arrows, and meet
Six close friends got together for a light lunch one day in the town of Chicopee, Massachusetts. When it became clear that their financial resources and their tastes in food varied greatly, one of