The first double-crostic puzzle

The first double-crostic puzzle was published in the Saturday Review in 1934. It was created by Elizabeth Kingsley . Creator Elizabeth Kingsley was born in 1871 in Brooklyn. She attended Wellesley College, which was a private women’s liberal arts college located west of Boston in Wellesley, Massachusetts. She was working as a teacher in  1933 when she attended a Wellesley … More The first double-crostic puzzle

The book where Indiana Jones meets Miss Marple meets Einstein

Do you ever long for a bit of adventure in your life? Are you looking for somewhere or something to explore? Or maybe you love solving things, such as puzzles and word games, or pulling all the clues together and solving a problem. Well, you are not alone! There are thousands of people just like … More The book where Indiana Jones meets Miss Marple meets Einstein

Have you ever wanted to take part in Crystal Maze?

………Then you need to try out a live escape game packed with a variety of puzzles. The story behind the Escape Land adventure is that scientists have developed the technology for time travel. As a result, controversial laws have been introduced prohibiting its use and some rebel scientists have used it to take refuge in the 1900s. Now the … More Have you ever wanted to take part in Crystal Maze?