Take a word that can mean “criminals,” as well as a word for a kind of crime. Merge the two words together to get a single word that describes how some crimes are committed. What words are these?
My friend Eric Berlin is launching a new bite-sized puzzle service, for kids and adults. $36 gets you a unique, original word puzzle every week for a year. And your money helps support Eric’s efforts to deliver these puzzles for free to kids around the world.
Welcome to my new obsession. The rules for this puzzle game are embedded in the game itself. Meaning you can push them around to change how you can push them around. Every level is a delightful mindfuck. Link above is to Steam, but you can also get it for Switch.
This puzzle in last month’s Galactic Puzzle Hunt fried my brain. Here’s a great recap.
In this tabletop narrative puzzle adventure, you are a private investigator tasked with finding two missing professors from the Emerens Institute, but when information is uncovered about a mysterious relic found by an archaeological team, you have the opportunity to change the course of destiny.