Endangered Alphabets Sudoku

The Endangered Alphabets project is about to publish Endangered Alphabets Sudoku. This is a book of Sudoku puzzles. Instead of numerals, it uses letters from endangered languages. Other items produced by the project include: Endangered Alphabets Word Search Puzzles Glagolitic Abbey—a clue-based board game introducing the ancient Glagolitic script in the context of a treasure-hunt…… Continue reading Endangered Alphabets Sudoku

Answer to a puzzle

Here is the answer to the puzzle I posted a couple of weeks ago. Puzzle [A man] had sent home a letter simply addressed: WOOD JOHN ENGLAND and it was safely delivered. Those Post Office people are very smart. Can any of you read that address in its completeness? Answer The letter was intended for…… Continue reading Answer to a puzzle

Can you deliver this letter to the right address?

Here is a classic puzzle: [A man] had sent home a letter simply addressed:WOODJOHNENGLANDand it was safely delivered. Those Post Office people are very smart. Can any of you read that address in its completeness? I’ll post a hint next week. I’ll post the answer (and the source) in a couple of weeks.

Puzzle: answer

Last month I set the following puzzle. Here is a sequence of 11 consecutive instances of ‘had’: had had had had had had had had had had had I asked readers to punctuate this sequence to turn it into a perfectly valid English text. Here is the context: John and Tom had each written a…… Continue reading Puzzle: answer

Puzzle: a hint

Last month I set the following puzzle. Here is a sequence of 11 consecutive instances of ‘had’: had had had had had had had had had had had Can you punctuate this sequence to turn it into a perfectly valid English text? Here is a hint. John and Tom had each written a sentence for…… Continue reading Puzzle: a hint