andy kravis is back with another elegant and challenging double or nothing puzzle!
Category archives: Variety Puzzles
happy patriots day! today's a holiday in massachusetts and they're running the marathon and my kids are on spring break and i'm taking them to visit my parents in virginia while my wife is working because she doesn't have the week off. wish me luck!
i'm excited to bring you a very cool puzzle by a new contributor to outside the box puzzles, nathan curtis.
sam donaldson is back with a cool new puzzle variety of his own devising!
i'm really excited about this puzzle, which is a crossword unlike anything i've ever seen before. it comes to you from the brilliant mind of erik agard.
spiral is a simple but elegant puzzle format invented by none other than will shortz. if you've been solving the nyt second sunday variety puzzles, you've seen several of these over the past few years. this week, i decided to try my hand at one.
this is the first diagramless crossword on outside the box. i hope you like it!
we're back with the first variety puzzle of 2016: an easy-medium labyrinth puzzle by sam donaldson, who keeps sending us great puzzles.
looking for an outside-the-box gift idea for that crossword-loving someone in your life? (see what i did there?) get in touch with me about a gift subscription; existing subscribers can get a $5 discount on gift subscriptions. meanwhile, reward yourself with this week's variety puzzle: something different.
the constructor of this week's variety puzzle needs no introduction: brendan emmett quigley, by any measure one of the all-time great cruciverbalists.