15 promo codes for Puzzle Love: 30 Crosswords to Love for Lovers of Crosswords

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  1. jeanmm

    jeanmm Well-Known Member

    Oct 1, 2009
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    Please leave a review on iTunes if you take a code!

    http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=397348293&mt=8

    Here they are:
    ERMYYPYR9ERR
    YLWKTA73LT7T
    MH9LYLPJ4WEY
    6XHHJXPKLRX9
    FJFN7E4MMAYY
    F9FR4YNX4EMH
    WPPMYYYYJPXL
    WWM67KENN4J3
    64A3EXFT63AR
    FWHXKAM6YYWM
    RAAJ4JXPFPK4
    LXEY94J439KW
    WNNNLPF9PEY6
    R7KFAPRHYK3J
    JYFP3TMNFFHP
    By David Levinson Wilk

    A fun and exciting collection of 30 original puzzles that will change the way you think about crosswords, created by one of today’s most inventive and popular crossword constructors.

    The first of its kind, this collection does more than just provide a few minutes of entertainment with each crossword. These puzzles poke, prod and please solvers who, upon solving them, will think, "I didn't know crossword puzzles like this existed."

    For puzzle lovers, seeing someone else in public solving a crossword puzzle is like the experience of catching a glimpse of the playlist on someone else’s iPod and seeing a bunch of your favorite songs—you’re drawn to that person. In much the same way, author David Levinson Wilk hopes to bring together crossword lovers with PUZZLE LOVE.

    Part One: “Excuse me, I couldn’t help noticing that you’re working on a crossword.”

    Part Two: What’s a four-letter answer to the clue “Something to fall in”?

    Part Three: WILLYO_MAR_YME?

    Part Four: Couples who solve together, stay together.

    Forget speed dating or on-line dating sites—PUZZLE LOVE will catch the eye of that special someone.



    DAVID LEVINSON WILK has constructed crosswords for the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Jane Magazine, Canadian House & Home and various other publications. He runs a weekly crossword in over thirty weekly papers in cities across the country, including the San Diego Reader, Santa Fe Reporter, and the Spokane Inlander. A puzzle he submitted to the New York Times was one of the six puzzles featured in the 2005 American Crossword Puzzle Tournament, organized and hosted annually by Will Shortz. This tournament is featured in the documentary "Wordplay.”


    FEATURES:
    • Hide keyboard so that the puzzle takes up the entire screen
    • One click toggle between across and down clues
    • Write in ‘pen’ or ‘pencil’
    • Optionally mark errors in red
    • Optionally skip filled out squares
    • Optionally view the time taken on the puzzle on the screen
    • Receive hints for letters, words, or the entire grid
    • Check puzzle when it has finished
    • Clear letter, clue, or entire puzzle
    • Sort puzzles by last viewed date or puzzle number
    • Pinch grid to zoom in and out
     

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  2. tangerine

    tangerine Well-Known Member

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    Thank you! I used ERMYYPYR9ERR. This looks great!
     
  3. ulik

    ulik Well-Known Member

    Oct 3, 2010
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    YLWKTA73LT7T used, thanks!
     
  4. ColeDaddy

    ColeDaddy Silver Supporter<br>Moderator
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    Mar 20, 2010
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    You know what it is...
    Washington D.C.
    Thanks for MH9LYLPJ4WEY
     
  5. Gutster

    Gutster Well-Known Member

    Jul 9, 2010
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    All codes got lurked :( sucks!!!
     

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