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Rules -- Seek and Spell

Seek and Spell was invented by the Japanese puzzle company Nikoli (under the name Kanaore). To my knowledge, I am the only person who makes this kind of puzzle in a language other than Japanese.
1. Write a single one of the 26 letters of the English alphabet in each cell of the grid.
2. It must be possible to spell each of the words listed below the grid (excluding spaces, punctuation, and any other symbols besides the 26 letters of the English alphabet) by starting in the numbered cell corresponding to the number shown alongside that word, moving one cell in the direction indicated by the arrow, and then continuing to move one cell at a time up, down, left, or right to complete the word.
3. No cell may be used more than once in a single word, although you may use the same cell in multiple words.

1 comment

zotmeister said...

Crap - you beat me to it! - ZM

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