Correction

The pink blooms in the Rows Garden grid in our May 2013 issue printed too lightly to be seen. The correct grid can be viewed
here .

WACKY WORDIES
What three two-word phrases can be found
in this box? 
ANSWER...

What is this object?
ANSWER...

EQUATION
ANALYSIS TEST

26 = L. of the A.
What are L. and A.?
 

 
 

Note: Digital edition puzzles are not interactive.

2014 Games of the Year
(from the December 2013 issue)

September 2014 issue
(on sale July 1)

Features

Magic: The Gathering:
From Kitchen Table to Grand Prix

Transitioning from casual play to serious competitions in this game of magical combat.
Joseph Behring

We're All A-Twitter
Match each set of tweets to their celebrity source.
Jill Hamilton


Circular Reasoning
How well-rounded is your knowledge of company and
product logos?

Erich Friedman

Big Deal
Card-bored? These solitaire suggestions may suit you.
Michael Keller

Change of Art
Can you find the 10 differences between these illustrated scenes?
Mrcela Mladen

GameViews

Inside the Box
- Videogame Archaeology

Electronic Game Reviews
- FTL: Faster Than Light Advanced Edition
- Can't Stop
- Suburbia
- Alhambra
Edited by Thomas L. McDonald

Traditional Game Reviews
- Games of the Seventies: Hare and Tortoise
- Talat
- Infamy
- High Tail It!
- Expedition: Famous Explorers
Edited by John J. McCallion

GAME OF THE YEAR
AND OTHER AWARDS

 

 

Four-Square
In the area surrounded by a shadow, no four tiles of the same color are arranged so that their centers form the corners of a perfect square. Can you switch the positions of two tiles to create four different same-color squares, such as those shown in the example on page 2? The squares may have any sizes and orientations, and a tile may form the corner of more than one square.

Cover Puzzle: Paddy Smith
Cover Illustration: Kevin Boone

Pencilwise
- Stargazing
- The Perfect Mate
- Nothing to It
- Pictograffix
- Pencil Pointers
- Dszquphsbnt!
- Kid Stuff
- Pictogram
- Reverse Battleships
- Verse Things First
- Paint by Pairs
- Nothing Gained, Nothing Lost
- Motley Stew
- Double Cross
- Some Assembly Required
- Changing of the Guard
- World's Most Ornery Crossword

and other pencil puzzles

Contest
Mystery Crosses

Contest Results
Crypto-Twist (February)


Wild Cards
A potpourri of little puzzles we couldn’t fit anywhere else.

Selected Features: Links

November 1983
Good Knight, Suite Prints
A Homophone Story by Mary Ellen Slate.

December 2006
Starry Night: Solve an interactive version of our December issue’s cover maze by Robert Abbott (Logic Mazes). Cover design by Jim Malloy.

October 2005
The Looney Labs Experiment
How a kinder, gentler game company got its groove on.
Read article.

September 2005
Canned Wonders
Charitable competitions produce remarkable feats of Canstruction®.


Orion’s Crystal

The all-but-invisible puzzle
that’s sweeping the country!


Eight puzzle pieces fit together to form a sphere. Not too tough…if you could see the pieces! Now just $14.99 plus shipping. Order.
 

Games World of Puzzles

Summer 2014 issue
on sale

Fall: Corrected Grids for
Water Works on page 50

Summer: Corrected Grid for puzzle 2 on page 36

Vacation Double Cross 1 Corrected Grid

May Double Cross 2 Answer

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