Fill in a letter in each circle below to complete a six-letter word reading clockwise. (You’ll have to figure out where each word starts.) The five words all belong to the same category, so solving one will help you get the others.
In this maze, the number you’re standing on tells you how many spaces you can move. You’ll start on the 4 in the upper left corner, which means your first move will be four spaces either down or to the right. The number you land on will tell you how many spaces you can jump on your next move. You may only move up, down, left, or right. Can you make it to FINISH?
Place the letters of each movie title into the puzzle so that you can spell out the title by tracing a path from circle to circle. The first letter of each title has been placed for you. Can you solve all three? (Click to enlarge.)
Today’s puzzle can be downloaded here. (You’ll need Adobe Reader.)
To see the first puzzle solved as an example, click here.
Each set of three letters can be placed into a set of blanks below to form a common word. You’ll find that some letters can fit into more than one set of blanks, but there’s only one way to use every set of letters exactly once.
Each clue below leads to a silly two-word phrase, in which the second word is the first word spelled backwards. For instance, the answer to the clue “Friends hit each other” would be PALS SLAP. Can you get them all?