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Syndicated Puzzles is celebrating ten years in the business of publishing puzzles. Jeff Widderich is the mad scientist type who will constantly be developing far fetched 3 dimensional concepts. Andrew will bring the ideas back to reality and programmability.
Together they have stumpted and teased millions of puzzle solvers around the world. They personally have set the bar very high by starting with a puzzle like Str8ts. Then came the simple but clever '1 to 25'. Moving into the realm of word puzzles, their third puzzle breakthrough is Letterlicious.
We offer a full range of classic puzzles in addition to brand new ones.
Your newspaper could have a spread like this one:
Jeff WidderichImagine waking up every morning and having a handful of new ideas to process. Jeff’s ability to turn ideas in to viable products is his career. Art, architecture, movie scripts, games and puzzles have been his passion for the last ten years. Str8ts is Jeff’s latest creation which seemed to fall into place very quickly after that Eureka! moment. If Jeff actually had endless resources to bring his ideas to reality the world might be a very different place. Jeff a native Canadian.
Contact Jeff on firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrew StuartImagine trying to come up with ways to quantify problems simply by turning them in to solutions that work not only once, but as many times as needed. Andrew’s passion for creating software to crack puzzles is based on three fundamentals: simplicity, reliability and logic. Ever since he saw the first Sudoku puzzle in his local newspaper in 2005 he has gone on to create over ten Sudoku variants and he has mastered numerous other puzzles including Str8ts. Andrew spends his time between the UK and Mexico.
Contact Andrew on email@example.com or visit his extensive puzzle web site at www.sudokuwiki.org, currently a world leading authority on Sudoku strategies.