Three friends and I are writing some puzzles for the Microsoft Puzzle Hunt (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microsoft_Puzzle_Hunt
). We're looking for beta testers. In particular 2 of our puzzles are good solid logic types and would definitely appeal to folks on these boards, though we have another 6-8 that could always use more testing... PM me for details or email at srinivgp at gmail.
Here's a sample puzzle written for an Iron Puzzler a couple years back with a high overlap of authors,
so I'm not just spamming
to give you an idea of a common type of puzzle found in these hunts, the "classic puzzle type crossed with another classic puzzle type with a twist plus some recursive feel". It's slightly rough because we only had a few hours to write it, but still fun. The answer to these puzzles is generally a single word or very short phrase. Print it out and have fun.https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwYx-f ... sp=sharing
GENERATION 1-i: The first time you see this, copy it into your sig on any forum. Square it, and then add i to the generation.