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Shufflenet Bi-Weekly Puzzle #36 — Analogy

Happy April!

The Bi-Weekly Puzzles have decided to adopt a new format: a monthly theme.

This month, all the puzzles will have to do with analogies.

Stay tuned for next month’s theme!

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Shufflenet Bi-Weekly Puzzle #35

Oh no! It’s too many numbers!

Just kidding, there’s no such thing.

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Shufflenet Pi Day Puzzle

Shufflenet Bi-Weekly Puzzle #34

A nice regal puzzle for you to solve.

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Phillip Oakwood and the Terrible Trouble with Teachers: Chapters 6 & 7

Recess was almost over when we knocked politely on the door of Portable Four.

“Come in.” Said a voice from inside.

We entered and found Mr. Dodson seated at his desk. There were bandages on his fingers, and he looked rather unhappy.

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Shufflenet Bi-Weekly Puzzle #33

That’s easy! It’s a Sudoku!

Oh…wait…it isn’t. Darn. We didn’t make it that easy for you to figure out.

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Phillip Oakwood and the Terrible Trouble with Teachers: Chapter 5

“Quick!”  I told Mr. Fletcher. “The other door!” He silently nodded and we all headed for the other door of the gymnasium. Mr. Fletcher unlocked the door just as there was a loud CRASH and the window in the door behind us shattered. A hand reached through the window and began to turn the doorknob from the inside!

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How to Perform an Amazing Card Trick

Have you ever wanted to astound your friends? Or maybe to prove to someone that you have psychic powers? How about you just wanted to do something awesome?

Today Shufflenet teaches you an easy, but mind-blowing magic trick, so that using only ordinary, household objects, you can do the extraordinary.

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Shufflenet Bi-Weekly Puzzle #32

This week, we bring you not one, but four separate puzzles! And no two can be solved in the same way!

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