Comments about #25595

Add a comment



lorna: I will do more like this BB- if you find some of the recent ones obscure-the ones woth lots of punctuation breaking words have a really simple trick to them- they're designed to look hard but be not that difficult- that is putting a lot of people off but please don't give up- Ignore the punctuation marks and look at the letters as if no caps. ONLY ONE LETTER will have moved- you can literally just read the answers! They're not tricky anagrams, they're just camouflaged. I hope that helps- I want you to enjoy these and feel proud/ satisfied when you get what looked like a tough grid- my intention is not to confuse people! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Billy Bones: This was fun, my favourite style of yours. I was going to start skipping your grids because I find a lot of them too obscure, but I'm glad I didn't. Hoping you'll do more like this :) (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

lorna: By writing grids I'm expanding my knowledge! (I don't always get it right) :) (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Esq: By googling your answers I'm expanding my knowledge....
All fair but super tough (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

bloss: Oh, I have done all your puzzles! Thanks for your work.
(1 month, 3 weeks ago)

lorna: I wasn't sure about the cakes, difficulty wise; I sometimes like to leave an end dangling to give people a start, but have one harder group or clue left over at the end that needs a bit of mulling over, when you've got time. Battenberg was my little evil guilty pleasure. Spongebob was a big hint, though! BTW I've done a few in this style if you like it? (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

bloss: This reminded me of 'answer smash' on Richard Osman's House of Games!
I got most of the overlap words, but still found the groups hard -particularly the cake one, which was another level removed. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)