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Gamer
2011-06-16 23:01:35
Problems which interest you

I would like some info about what problems and aspects interest and don't interest readers among the following three types of problems:

Grid filling problems (similar to Maze in Crisis, Going Downtown, and The Garden),

Variety decoding/discovery problems (similar to A Song for the Season 3, Face book, and The Search)

Easy/medium difficulty Image Cryptography (a graphical approach at easier cryptography, with some contextual clues given by the graphics)

brianjn
2011-06-18 09:40:41
Re: Problems which interest you

What exactly are you seeking?



For my part I put forward what interests me. Sure some will not raise comments but they are there for some future challenge. Is that an issue which you are seeking to avoid?

Gamer
2011-06-25 01:52:18
Re: Problems which interest you

I tried to state what I'm interested in -- mostly a poll among readers about how they feel about the problem types I listed.

Dustin
2012-01-07 20:04:38
Re: Problems which interest you

For anyone interested, I have linked to each of the problems Gamer has listed.

Grid filling
Maze in Crisis
Going Downtown
The Garden

Variety decoding/discovery
A Song for the Season 3
Face book
The Search

Image Cryptography
Gamer, do you mean as in Sense of Discovery, for example?

Maze in Crisis was excellent, and very fun to solve. Personally, any grid-filling problems are usually good, especially when there's a solving method, for example, filling in the corner part of the path in Maze in Crisis. Going Downtown was more difficult for me, since the solving method wasn't as apparent.

Mainly, I find more enjoyment in problems that I seem to be making progress on. Certain problems (typically cryptography problems) make you feel like you're stuck.

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