Posted by on 26th December 2007
Okay, it’s mostly over. You’ve set up the tree, lit the candles, aired your grievances, and opened the packages. But now Christmas, Hanukkah, and Festivus have ended. (For those celebrating other holidays, I ask that you make appropriate adjustments. If you’re celebrating Kwanzaa, this message will still be waiting for you in a week. I apologize to you for the timing.) However, now it’s Wednesday, and that means you get to open up a new crossword puzzle.
Even if we’re running a bit late, we’ve tried to keep a bit of a holiday theme with this puzzle, so keep your eyes open. Quite possibly you will find that the difficulty level is that of a Wednesday NYT puzzle, but our trusted team of reviewers all fell asleep over their figgy pudding, so there is no official rating on the puzzle. Regardless, you can definitely download it in either of two formats: as an Across Lite file or as a printable PNG image. Happy holidays and pleasant solving to you all.
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Posted by on 19th December 2007
Wednesday again, and I think you all know the drill. We hereby present another original, themed, and free crossword puzzle for your enjoyment. It is roughly a Wednesday difficulty level on the New York Times scale, and and been rated “GF” for good fun by our highly biased panel of experts.
As always, you can download it in your choice of flavors, either
chocolate or vanilla in Across Lite format or as a printable PNG image. Enjoy.
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Posted by on 12th December 2007
Once again it is Wednesday, and once again I’ve spent more time creating a wonderful crossword puzzle for you than on coming up with nifty ways to describe it. So here it is — it’s square; it has lots of words in it; and I think you’ll like it. Our independent testing board has rated it at a Wednesday difficulty level and has approved 98.7% of the clues for publication. However, this puzzle has not yet been rated by the MPAA.
As usual, you may choose to download it in either Across Lite format or as a printable PNG file. Happy solving.
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Posted by on 5th December 2007
There’s not too much to say about this week’s puzzle. It’s another easy one — about Monday/Tuesday on the New York Times scale. All the usual guarantees apply: it’s fully themed, and you won’t find any roman numerals, compass directions, or three-toed sloths contained herein. We will make no warranty concerning four-letter pooches, three-letter avians, or culinary spreads, however; so you must solve at your own risk.
The puzzle is available in the usual two formats: either as an Across Lite file or as a printable PNG image. Share and enjoy.
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