If you subscribe to the AllEars® Weekly Newsletter, you’ll know that we run a little game called the Mousy Mindboggler. Sometimes it’s a word game, sometimes it’s a riddle, sometimes it’s some other brain-teasing challenge — but it’s always fun!
Once each month, in the AllEars® Bits and Bites issue, our friend James Dezern (known as “dzneynut” around several Disney discussion forums) supplies us with a puzzle of his own design.
Around the middle of each month, James Shares the Magic in another way — by posting an all-new puzzle here in this AllEars.Net Guest Blog. The subject of the puzzle will vary, and James will award the winner of the challenge a collectible Disney pin!
This month, James writes:
Here’s the answer key to the August Mid-Month Mousy Mindboggler crossword:
There were 87 correct responses that knew Dewey’s real name is Deuteronomy Duck. The other two nephews are named Huebert and Louis.
The winner of a Tigger pin was Julie H. of Topeka, KS. Thanks for playing!
This month I am going to try a little something different! I thought we would try a word search puzzle.
The theme is Walt Disney World Resorts, and the clues are beneath the puzzle. There’s no word bank this month, so this may be a little more challenging!
If you’d like to be entered for a chance to win a collectible Disney pin, there’s no need to send me the completed puzzle; just list the first 10 unused letters, starting with the first row of the puzzle. Send your resulting answer IN THE SUBJECT LINE OF AN EMAIL addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here’s the link to the new word search puzzle:
Any feedback on the different format would be appreciated!
Send your entries no later than 11:59 p.m. Eastern time on October 12, 2014. All correct answers will be entered into a random drawing, and the winner will be awarded a Disney pin. The answers and drawing winner will be posted in this Guest Blog, along with a new puzzle, in mid-October.
Enjoy and good luck!
As always, we would love to hear any feedback, or any ideas for themes you’d like to see covered in future puzzles. Drop James a line at email@example.com.