July 31, 2017

Only 68 answers in today's puzzle. I've clued it quite hard, similar to a NYT Saturday, I think. Enjoy!
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There are a couple of clues I really liked in this puzzle. They will be obvious once you get the answers. :)

July 14, 2017 - Over the Edge

Spoiler alert! If you just want to try the puzzle you can
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Despite the grid appearance, there are only 69 clues/answers in this puzzle. Clues marked as '-' really should be ignored (I took them out of the print version).

June 29, 2017 - Double Take

Today's puzzle is a 21x21. Likely the last of this size I will do. It took me at least 10x longer to fill and then far too long to clue. It has a few more answers than a NYT Sunday but 106 of 358 squares are themed which is pretty high. Overall I'd guess it is a little easier than a NYT Sunday due to there being many more short answers.
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June 16, 2017

For whatever reason, I decided to make this puzzle with mirror symmetry along the diagonal. I have not seen this done before (although I'd be very surprised if it hasn't). 72 total answers so it's a bit open. I'd guess it is a NYTimes Thursday/Friday level of difficulty. Enjoy!

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June 6, 2017 - Roman Numerals

A word of warning. This is not a normal crossword puzzle. This is much more of a puzzle puzzle (and by that I mean a logic puzzle). I recommend printing it but if you can do the online version, more power to you! I should note that:
there are no duplicate answers  that the puzzle is solvable whether you know the answer to 23-Across or notall answers conform to standard Roman Numeric system.
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May 15, 2017

I created this puzzle a couple of weeks ago. The original version was made on May 11 but I tweaked a couple of things after that. I almost submitted it to the NYT but printing it out in a specific manner and submitting it via snail mail was not worth the effort. Shortz's loss is your gain. Comments welcome.

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