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December - January Prize Puzzle Wizard Challenge

 

 

 

 

 

 

Congratulations to Gretchen Theresa Brinker of the USA on winning the September - October prize contest. All correct entries were also received from Tim Roberts, "Sweet Potato", Renato Baltazar, Ajit Athle, Sean Forbes, Akshin Bhardwaj and Tan Hendra. Well done to everyone else who had a go too. :o)

 

OK, here are 4 new puzzles for you to solve. The winner will receive a classic white 11oz mug with an Aha! Puzzles design of their choice. In the event of a tie, the winner's name will be drawn out of a hat.

 

MUGS      T-SHIRTS      MOUSEPADS

 

 


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Please email your answers to Lloyd@ahapuzzles.com by midnight (GMT) on Wednesday 31st January and put 'Puzzle Wizard Challenge' as the e-mail's subject heading. I'll post the names of those who sent in correct entries here the following day. Please remember to let me know your first and last names so I can give you full credit.

 

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Once again, I hope you have lots of fun solving the puzzles. Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year, Lloyd :o)

 

 

 

 

3 all correct entries so far.

 

 

 

 

A Barn Dance

 

  Lloyd King

 

1) Here is a barn. Rearrange the 2 shapes to leave something that sounds like something kept in a barn.

 

 

Barn Dance Puzzle

 

 

 

 

Word Puzzle

 

  Lloyd King

 

2) What familiar word does this represent?

 

 

Word Puzzle

 

 

 

 

Greeting Card

 

  Lloyd King

 

3) A policeman walks into his local pub and hands the landlord a greeting card with three 9s drawn on the front. The landlord looks at him anxiously. "No cause for alarm, sir." says the policeman, reassuringly. "The other day I just happened to notice that the British emergency phone number, 999, as I've drawn it on this card, contains a very familiar and  appropriate 3-word greeting." After a long pause the landlord still looks puzzled so the policeman explains what he means. Immediately, the landlord bursts out laughing. Can you figure out what the greeting is?

 

 

Greeting Card Puzzle

 

 

 

 

Ski Jump

 

  Lloyd King

 

4) Below is a ski jump with a flag beside it for jumpers to determine the direction of the wind. Can you move one straight line to leave a very famous jumper?

 

 

Ski Jump Puzzle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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