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156  Help with... Help - Part 6
155  Send More Money: M=0
154  A Different 12 Dots with 5 Lines
153  Scramble Squares
152  Eternity & Eternity II
151  Harry Potter's Puzzles
150  Springbok Jigsaws
149  X in a Box Solutions
148  Help with... Help - Part 5
147  Water-Gas-Electricity Puzzle Ideas
146  A Dot per Region
145  To Kill A Mother-In-Law Mystery Puzzle
 156  Help with... Help - Part 6 From time to time we are receiving your messages with seemingly simple requests which turn out to be hard puzzle nuts even for us, though. In these cases our search was unsuccessful. Nobody can know everything! At the moment we have a pretty big collection of such perplexing questions featured in the first part of Help with... Help, Help with... Help - Part 2, Help with... Help - Part 3, Help with... Help - Part 4 and Help with... Help - Part 5. This is the 4th part of such messages that we've collected for the several past months. It easily can be that somebody of you knows some answer to any of the questions below, so any your tips or help will be greatly appreciated - simply Contact Us. Go to Help with... Help - Part 6 Modified: March 3, 2008   |   Posted: May 5, 2007
 155  Send More Money: M=0 Question: Hello puzzle friends, there are lots of solutions for the puzzle SEND + MORE = MONEY if you allow M=0, for example: 3712 + 0467 = 04179 3821+ 0468 = 04289 6415 + 0734 = 07149 6524 + 0735 = 07259 6851 + 0738 = 07589 Greetings, monika. Answer: We want to thank Monica for this finding! It is very useful in context of the enhanced solution to the Send More Money challenge when M is allowed to be zero. Please, visit Puzzle Playground for the Send More Money challenge and its solution. Additional information about the challenge can be found in the Puzzle Help's item #085. Posted: May 5, 2007
 154  A Different 12 Dots with 5 Lines Question: I have a similar problem to Meeki L. (posted Feb 5, 2007). Unfortunately, my dots are arranged in a different way, and so I haven't been able to use your solution. The dots are arranged in a sort of cross pattern, as I've tried to draw below.   * * * * * * * * * *   * * They must also be connected using 5 lines, without crossing over the same dot twice and without lifting your pencil from the paper. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Karen I. Answer: This message has inspired us to include the problem into our Puzzle Playground sector. You can find it here. Thank you! For more information on the Dots Puzzle Family, read item #065 and item #144. Posted: May 5, 2007
 153  Scramble Squares Question: For about the last month I have been working on this puzzle called Scramble Squares. I spend at least 2-3 hours on it a night but I get nowhere. It has been driving me insane. I cant even find any solution on the internet. Please help me!!! Paul S. Answer: We assume this is one of the puzzles from the Scramble Squares series produced by b.dazzle, inc. There are many different variations of Scramble Squares, our recommendation would be to contact their original manufacturer directly, i.e. b.dazzle, inc. They have a whole list of Scramble Squares categories, and their contact information can be found at the bottom of every page of their site. Modified: May 29, 2007  |  Posted: April 6, 2007
 152  Eternity & Eternity II Question: i was cleaning up the other day and i thought i should get on to somebody about the answers to the eternity puzzle that was launched in about 2000 around the world ! its the one with about 160 pieces that you end up filling in an octagon wondering if youve heard of it and if you can help ! Regards Chris B. Answer: Yes, the original Eternity puzzle has been successfully solved back in 2000. The article about it with the link to solution can be found here. Also, its sequel, Eternity II, has been released at the beginning of 2007. Posted: April 6, 2007