Letters in Boxes
Grand Prize Drawing!

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Letters in Boxes Contest Winner!

If you've been playing with us and our Letters in Boxes puzzle series from our puzzle master, Steve Lewis, then you may know that we've been giving out entries to the winners each week into a grand prize drawing for a free game console of your choice (a $300 value).

The deadline for the drawing was August 31st, and I'm happy to report that the drawing was held this week and the grand prize winner is...


Congratulations, SirNiko, and thanks to everyone for playing with us! Look for more Letters in Boxes and chances to win prizes each week (or as often as Steve can come up with a new set of puzzles).

If you want more Letters in Boxes, then tell us about it. Also, tell all your friends to join us, and help us spread the word about this fun, original puzzle series, exclusive to us here at JIG.


wildflower12 September 7, 2011 11:57 PM

Congratulations SirNiko! You must be really smart, because these puzzles were never ending frustration to me.


Congrats, SirNiko!

And I'd love to see more LiB puzzles, even if there are no more prizes.


Congratulations, SirNiko! :)


Congratulations, SirNiko!

I am pleased with this result, as you helped me out on at least two puzzles. :-)


Woah! This was an awesome way to start the morning!

Thanks so much, everyone! I really adore these kinds of puzzles and riddles, so I hope that we continue to see Letters in Boxes (or another series of riddle games) showing up on JayisGames!


Wow, congratulations, SirNiko! You deserve it. Thanks for being such an awesome member of the community. :)


Hmmm, I wonder how many people ended up going for the grand prize?

[We had 66 total entries for the drawing. -Jay]


Congratulations, SirNiko!

Hopefully in the future we will see more of these awesome Letters in Boxes! :)


Nicely done SirNiko!

Here's another vote to keep the LiB games going. They totally destroy my Thursdays, but I look forward to them each week nonetheless! :)


Way to go SirNiko! I was one of those 66, I kept meaning to be more but some of them were really hard!

Looking forward to more LiB, or riddles from JiG in the future!


Congrats, SirNiko. :]

And another round of applause for Steve for the creativity and challenge behind all of these puzzles. Looking forward to the next tidal wave of headaches and moments of realization. :]


Congratz SirNiko !!!

More, more, more puzzles (Prizes or not)!


First off, congratulations SirNiko, I'm pretty sure I remember his name popping up when I trawled through comments to get help.

Secondly, I absolutely adore LiB and it's something you should definitely continue - Steve you're a puzzle god.

DragonDame September 8, 2011 2:26 PM

Congrats SirNiko!!! You were always helpful with clues, so you definitely deserve this.

I would love to see more puzzles, even if there are no more prizes!


Well played, SirNiko!

curiousgeorgie September 8, 2011 9:56 PM

Congrats, SirNiko! Enjoy your prize :)

I'm glad you guys are continuing LIB beyond this drawing! I love these puzzles - they're crafty and fun.


good job SirNiko!

And of course I will enjoy more puzzles!

Nothing to spoil, I'm just used to having spoilers in all my posts for Letters in Boxes


Gotta say, I'm glad it went to someone deserving. Looks like SirNiko won 2 times and got a random on another. It would suck if it went to someone who never got an answer first. Except me, of course. That would have been awesome.


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