Last Friday’s Wordominoes solution
** Read below before deciding which version to open **
Get the “Easier” PDF here!
Get the “Harder” PDF here!
Get the “Expert” PDF here!
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I’m on a bit of a variety puzzle kick. I don’t know if this will continue, but I came up with this idea and wanted to implement it, so here it is. As you know, I like anagrams more than a person probably should. The crux of this puzzle is that you take two words with a common letter between them, remove that common letter from one of the words, and anagram the result to make another one. You’ll see clues arranged in three columns, and the premise is that you use one word clued in column A and one clued in column B and anagram them as I just described to form one word clued in column C. To decide which version you want to try your hand at, here are what each of them entails:
Easier: The clues in column A and B and its corresponding word in column C are each in the same row. Column C clues contain the length of the object word in parentheses.
Harder: The clues in column A, B, and C are listed in random order, and the puzzle is to piece together which one from column A goes with which one in column B to make which one in column C. Column A, B, and C clues all contain the length of its object word.
Expert: Same as the Harder version, except there is no length hint for the clues in column A and B.
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