Push-Ups

Push-Ups

A 3-letter word completes the bottom word.

Two of the letters, plus a new one, will form another word to be pushed up into the second 7-letter word. 

Continue pushing up in this way to the top.  Beware of false trails.  No 3-letterword is repeated.

NOTE TO EDITORS: each puzzle in this series has at least ONE seeming alternative on the way up.  e.g. abandon gives BAN - then unCleAR or unCleAN fit, but CAR is two letters different from BAN, whereas CAN is the requisite one.

 

?ARidiTy or ACidiTy? - only ACT has one letter different from ACE

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Simon Shuker's Codeword

Simon Shuker's Codeword

Simon Shuker's Codeword puzzles which appear in The Daily Mail have been a phenomenal success in the UK with over 45,000 books being sold.

Codeword Book Volume 11 now available.

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Attemptation

Attemptation

ATTEMPTATION is a novel type of puzzle genre, involving the interaction of digits and letters, blended into words, which are frequently also accompanied by symbols, the most common being the smiley face and asterisk. The reader is required to ascertain the numerical value assigned to the characters. Clues are given, and each puzzle, which is self-explanatory and easier than it appears, has only one solution. Computers are not required for solvability by the reader. 
Available 6x a week

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Word Builder

Word Builder

The classic word puzzle to keep your readers coming back every day.

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Word Search

Word Search

Can you find all the words hidden in the grid?  Read backwards, forwards, up or down, even diagonally.  The words will always be in a straight line.

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Bespoke

Bespoke

Eliminate one spoke to leave a complete word on each circle.

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Simon Shuker's Code-Cracker 11x11

Simon Shuker's Code-Cracker 11x11

Each number in our CODE-CRACKER grid represents a different letter of the alphabet, but some letters of the alphabet may not be used.

Today, 5 represents L, so fill in L every time the figure 5 appears. You are also told 11 =U, so fill in U for every 11.

Now look for a position where a word can be completed. This is the starter word or keyword and all CODE-CRACKER puzzles begin with a unique keyword or combination of keywords.

You can see a word 1 0-L-U-1 0-10, so the first and last two letters of this word are the same. Solve the keyword.

The next word in the CODE-CRACKER trail always uses one or more of the new letters you found when solving the keyword. Now look for the next word in the trail.

As you get the letters, fill in other squares with the same number in the main grid and control grid. To keep track of the letters you have found, cross them off the alphabet provided.

13x13 format also available.

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5x5

5x5

Fill in the blanks to make 10 words – five reading across and five down.

Available daily.

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9 Equals 6

9 Equals 6

Fill in the nine blank squares to make six words, three across and three down. More than one solution may be possible.

Missing Letters :AEEIONRRV

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Alphagrams

Alphagrams

Solve the anagrams.  Each solution is a one-word anagram of the letters above it.  The five solutions are alphabetically sequential.  For example if the five-letter solution starts with J, the six-letter solution starts with K, and so on.

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AnaCross

AnaCross

Solve the anagrams and fit them into the crossword grid.

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Blackout

Blackout

We have removed all the black squares from this crossword grid and replace them with letters.  Can you black out all these surplus letters to reveal the correctly filled crossword grid pattern?

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Double Cross

Double Cross

Work out which letter to delete from each square to make a word and complete the puzzle.

Available daily.

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Nineagram

Nineagram

Make two five-letter words out of the nine letters, using one of the letters twice in the middle square.

Available daily.


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Target

Target

The aim is to make as many words as possible, of four or more letters, using the middle letter in each word. There are three levels to aim for every day. 
Available daily.

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Triangle

Triangle

Find the 15-letter word or phrase in the triangle. It can start anywhere, but uses each letter only once. 


Available daily.


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Trio

Trio

These four words can be completed using the same three-letter sequence.  Can you find it?


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Word Trail

Word Trail

In this maze-like challenge you are given a starting point and have to fit in a list of words, using every square in the puzzle once. 
Available weekly
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Word Wheel

Word Wheel

The wheel contains an eight-letter word, running either clockwise or anti-clockwise. Fill in the missing letter to complete the word.


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