Tea Break Puzzles!

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Winners Announcement and Prizes

May5

Winners Announcement Date: May 5, 2009.

We use a random technique, which scans all the winning entries and randomly picks up one lucky winner. And following that 5 times, we have following 5 lucky winners of the Tea Break Puzzles I:

  1. Monika Kaul Negi says
    GR8 Job Done. Hope to get my prize soon :)
  2. Gururaj Bhat says
    It was a really good puzzle.Started in the morning and cant get away from computer until I finished now.Great puzzle!!!
  3. John Anderson says
    lt was awesome puzzles..
  4. Samta Allawadhi says
    awesome…a good time pass…and also vry interesting..
  5. Shankhadip Ghosh
    It was a great experience to solve the puzzle,just fantastic and really brainstorming. More of this type of puzzles should be created.

Points To Note:

  • We’ll contact the winners through their e-mail id and will ask for the shipping address to deliver the prize. Prize distribution is subject to the points on Win Prizes page.
  • If you completed the puzzles and you couldn’t find your name in the Hall of Fame, don’t worry! We count all the winning entries which are there in our database and not just the ones in the Hall of Fame. Hall of Fame is designed to show the latest entries only.
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Welcome to Tea Break Puzzles!

November9

Welcome you all to the first break of Tea Break Puzzles!

Launch date: Nov 9, 2008.

This discussion forum is divided into 2 categories of puzzles with 6 levels in each. When you are stuck somewhere, discuss puzzles from 0-6 here and discuss puzzles from 7-12 here.

We hope you’ll like these puzzles. Good luck and have fun!

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Discuss Puzzles 0-6

November9

You should discuss puzzles from level0 to level6 here. Spoilers are strictly not allowed!

Your comments will be held for moderation and will be visible on the blog within few hours. Please be patient and avoid posting same comment multiple times.

Discuss Puzzles 7-12

November9

You should discuss puzzles from level7 to level12 here. Spoilers are strictly not allowed!

Your comments will be held for moderation and will be visible on the blog within few hours. Please be patient and avoid posting same comment multiple times.

Important Points

November9

Many puzzles require a hidden hint which is placed in the page title and/or source code of the page.

You can find title of the page on the left side of title bar where minimize, maximize and close buttons are placed.

How to read source code of the page:

If you use Mozilla Firefox,

  1. Right click on the page and select View Page Source or,
  2. Select Page Source from the View menu or,
  3. Press the shortcut Ctrl + U.

If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer,

  1. Right click on the page and select View Source or
  2. Select Source from the View menu.

If you would like to come back the other day to solve the remaining puzzles, you may add the current puzzle as a bookmark or as a favorite in your browser.

With current puzzle opened in Mozilla Firefox,

  1. Press Ctrl+D or
  2. Select Bookmark This Page from the Bookmark menu.
  3. and the next day, browse the bookmarked page from the Bookmark menu.

With current puzzle opened in Microsoft Internet Explorer,

  1. Press Ctrl+D or
  2. Select Add to Favorites… from the Favorites menu.
  3. and the next day, browse the favorite page from the Favorites menu.
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