yes, there will be a year 3. there are no changes to the plans offered (types, number of puzzles, price) in years 1 and 2.
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congratulations to austin burns of orlando, the winner of the meta contest from the ACPT puzzle! in a staggering coincidence, austin also won the meta contest for last year's ACPT puzzle. can he three-peat next year?!? full recap (including spoilers for the puzzle) after the jump.
ACPT starts today! i'm making this variety puzzle by andy kravis free to the public. it's challenging, but i believe in you. and it's a contest puzzle with a meta!
spoilers ahead for year 2 rows garden #25. spoilers!
the first variety puzzle of year 2 was sent out this morning, and the first rows garden will be sent out tomorrow morning. if you are a year 2 subscriber and didn't get it, try the following...
with all 75 puzzles for year 1 now published, and the subscription drive for year 2 in full swing, i thought it would be useful to write up a short summary of everything that's happening here in the next week or two.
congrats to matthew grieco of brooklyn, the winner of the meta contest! matthew has won a free premium subscription to year 2 of outside the box puzzles.
solutions (including spoilers for the puzzle, obviously) after the jump.
congrats to austin burns of orlando, the winner of the meta contest! since austin is already a premium subscriber, he's chosen as his prize a year 2 premium subscription.
solution (including spoilers for the puzzle, obviously) after the jump.
this is going to be a long post, mostly to do with my ACPT recap, but i'm going to avoid puzzle-specific spoilers so that the at-home division solvers can feel free to read this. also, i'm making this week's variety puzzle free to the public; i had 350 copies out on the table in the marriott lobby this weekend and they all disappeared by saturday morning. next year i'll bring more copies, but in the meantime, if you didn't grab one in person, have at it now.