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I’m coming back for another go-around, so to speak. for another Wordominoes puzzle. If you have missed the previous ones, they can all be found here. If you don’t know the history of this puzzle type, you can look through the previous posts or endure this little spiel. I wanted to make a three-dimensional crossword without having to resort to actual three-dimensional means. I came around to this idea, where every letter is triply checked: each letter is in a row, a column, and a cage. It certainly adds an interesting dimension to construction, as you have to worry that each letter fits in three different answers, not just two. It can get frustrating when you find a dupe (luckily, I didn’t here), as you often can’t just change one letter, because that changes three words, not two.
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