Perpendiction Puzzle Book Vol 2

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AUTHOR: Dr. Wright Engel
GENRE: Puzzle
PUBLISHED: Sep 02, 2009

Dr. Wright Engel’s PERPENDICTION® PUZZLE BOOK VOLUME TWO WITH 25% MORE PUZZLES!

PLEASE NOTE: The Kindle’s physical restrictions will not allow the solver to type answers into the puzzle grid itself, but you can still have fun testing your mind!

PERPENDICTION® PUZZLES are crosswords of a sort but, as the name implies, the same word intersects itself, perpendicularly, across and down. There are no blanks in Perpendiction ® Puzzle grids. Give these different mind-stumpers a try whenever you need a challenging pastime. Remember: an active mind is a healthier and younger mind! BUT, PLEASE REMEMEBER: The Kindle’s physical restrictions will not allow the solver to type answers into the puzzle grid itself, but Vellum Publishing, Inc., has found a way to still have fun answering the challenge of Perpendiction ® Puzzles. You need to use the Kindle’s note taking ability to record your answers. Read the clue. Then, move the cursor on your Kindle to the end of clue number one. This will allow you to open a “note” window by typing in your answer. Save your answer to number one. A “superscript # 1” will appear at the end of the clue. Place the cursor over the number and the answer to that clue will appear in the small window at the bottom of the Kindle screen. Then move the cursor to the end of clue number 2. Continue in that number order, typing in your answer as a “note” at the end of each clue. When you finish the sixth clue, you only have to move the cursor over the “note” number of each clue and your answer for that clue will appear in the small “window” at the bottom of your Kindle page. Of course, can always use paper and a pencil to grid your answers if you’d rather puzzle it out the “old” way.