Monday, April 14, 2008

What would you like to see?

What kind of puzzles do you like? What would you like to see, or see more of? For example, crosswords, word searches, word ladders, cryptograms, etc.

Every time I get ready to write a puzzle, I have to decide what type of puzzle to create. I want to create the puzzles that you want to solve! Tell me what you like.

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1 comment:

Celia said...

Alright, it took me a bit to think of this, but I have three suggestions that may or may not be anywhere near do-able.

1.) Logic puzzles- the sort with clues, columns, and an X/O system. For example, as a guest at a birthday party, Anne's last name is Jones and she wore shorts, had a green drinking class, ate cake, and brought a basketball as a gift.

2.) Brain teasers that involve things like a man is found dead surrounded by 53 bicycles. What happened? Often called lateral thinking puzzles. The downside is that generally people allow yes or no questions and there's a host of them published, so people might already have too many ideas.

3.) Verbal puzzles, like having the word "gseg" be "scrambled eggs" or the word eggs, a line below it, then below the line easy, which becomes "eggs over easy."

Just old favorites of mine, which may or may not be feasible and fun to create.