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Examples of good puzzles to show to people new to Mystery Hunt

edited 2015-02-09 20:49:08 in Puzzlers Chat

Every so often I find myself wanting to get someone into puzzlehunting who I think might be really interested but doesn't have experience with it.

I'd prefer to find puzzles that are elegantly constructed in ways that make decent sense and perhaps have a reasonable amount of clueing to lead people to the answer.

Any suggestions?


Off the top of my head, I can think of this one:


Contrast that with a puzzle that was decidedly suck, such as this one: (to see the solution, click "back to puzzle list" then click "solution 1").


  • When I was explaining puzzle hunts to a couple of friends, I picked two puzzles from last year's MUMs hunt. The doge one and That Syncing Feeling.

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