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We have news that we regret will disappoint loyal fans of our daily and weekly puzzles. After 19 years, we're sorry to announce that time constraints make it impossible to continue writing and posting our Daily Post, Common Knowledge, Say What?, and Step by Step puzzles. They ended on Friday, April 1—and no, this is not an April Fool's joke. We will continue to provide new Teasers of the Week, which will be available on our home page. We thank you for enjoying our daily and weekly puzzles all these years.

Please note that Puzzability still writes and produces puzzles for all media and all ages and will continue to serve our clients and solvers, old and new. Look for our work in books, magazines, digital media, and elsewhere.

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Teaser of the Week

Take the letters of WHITE T-SHIRT, add a certain consonant and rearrange all of the letters, and you can make a two-word phrase that names a type of player you might see during a baseball game. What is it?

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Puzzability News

Solve to Survive!
New York Collapse is a chilling meta-novel that serves as a companion piece to the new game Tom Clancy's The Division—and it stands on its own as well. The book takes the form of a distressed survival guide heavily used and annotated by the survivor of a Manhattan pandemic. In the story's world, the guide's author had a terrible secret: He knew this disaster was coming. Puzzability was brought in to hide his coded warnings throughout the survival guide, and to hide the survivor's added coded messages as well. These puzzles appear in the book's text and in removable artifacts like a missing persons poster, a transit pass, and a foldout map of New York, all of which help bring the survivor's harrowing experiences to life in a way that breaks new ground in publishing. You can watch the book trailer for New York Collapse here.

Project Architeuthis Wins 10 Awards
Puzzability's groundbreaking Project Architeuthis has won 10 awards for its excellence and marketing effectiveness. The code-solving alternate reality game, created to drive awareness of U.S. Navy Cryptology, played out in real time on multiple social media platforms in May 2014. You can read more and find a link to a brief video that captures the nature of the immersive story and puzzles here.

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