A Video Puzzle

The fun thing about having a puzzle/mystery blog is that whenever I can’t think of a good idea for a blog post, I can always just make a puzzle!  I got a small idea for a puzzle element this morning and decided to run with it and design a larger puzzle around it.  It’s quite short, but I hope it’s at least a little bit fun.  I enjoyed making it! =)  I should take advantage of my many Adobe products more often!

4 comments on A Video Puzzle

  • tabstop

    I thought I was onto something for a while there, but … nope.

    • clavicarius (author)

      I feel kind of bad that my readers are also my puzzle guinea pigs, this puzzle might be a total miss!

      Some instructions that might make things more clear (?):
      1. Find the question being asked
      2. Determine the answer, either using context clues or outside tools/applications/other peoples’ knowledge
      3. Answer the question (in the correct way of course)

  • David G.

    I’m not entirely lost…I have some ideas, but I can’t string them together coherently. There are two streams that have a relationship, and I think I know what that relationship is, but then there’s a third element that shares a similar relationship with no foreseeable sequence. I’m trying my best to be cryptic so as not to give anything away…but I’m having trouble.

    • clavicarius (author)

      Think simple! There are basically only three clues in the whole puzzle.

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