So what are WUZZLES?
WORDS + PUZZLES = WUZZLES
Wuzzles were made popular by Tom Ecker who introduced these puzzles through syndication in over 50 newspapers starting in the early 1980s.
Wuzzles are also known as rebus puzzles, but I’m sure you’ll agree that Wuzzles Puzzles is just more fun to say! These type of puzzles date back to the Persian Empire more than 2,000 years ago.
WUZZLES word puzzles contain clues in the form of words, letters, figures and/or symbols positioned in a way to represent a well-known or commonly used word or phrase. The trick to solving a WUZZLE is to figure out their missing “concept” because the concept are things such as over, under, in, on, before, after, between to name a few. Therefore combining these clues will help you solve the puzzle in no time.
Most importantly Wuzzles are fun and challenge our minds to problem solve in different ways. In addition to strengthening your own way of thinking, these are great exercises for team building.
Here are a few simple examples of these kinds of puzzles.
Answer: Good afternoon
Answer: Foreign policy
Here are the common way Wuzzles Puzzles appear in box format. Each box is an independent Wuzzles Puzzle. Sometimes clues or text can not only appear inside of the box, but also outside, to fully express the puzzle.
1) Over My Dead Body
2) Somewhere over the Rainbow
3) Get in Shape
4) Backing Up
5) Right between the Eyes
6) Shot in the Dark
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