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Letters In Boxes #23
I tell ya what, those pilgrims had it easy. Back when they first celebrated Thanksgiving, they might've put up with some hardships, like, you know, death, but we've got it pretty bad... It's a meal made for one day of the year, but it lasts for two weeks afterward... I blame plastic storage containers. The pilgrims had it easy, they never had to deal with plastic tubs taunting them with old turkey when all they really wanted was to order a pizza.
Which brings us to this week's Letters In Boxes challenge, a celebration of the neverending leftovers. All of the puzzles in this week's series, believe it or not, were actually extra puzzles made in weeks past, but weren't used, usually because they didn't fit that week's theme. Some of the puzzles featured here today were among the first LIB puzzles ever written!
Here's how to play: Below you'll see the first puzzle in the series. Click on it to open it up in a new window. Once you think you've solved it, move up to your browser's address bar, and substitute your answer for the filename (in this case, "novtwentythree"), making sure you stay in the same directory and keep the same filename extension. All answers use only lowercase letters and no spaces. If you've found the correct answer, you can get ready to gobble up another challenge! If you're wrong, it's pumpkin pie in your face, but you can always back up and try again.
This batch of puzzles contains four puzzles to solve. On the fourth puzzle, you'll find the email address for sending your final answer. We'll hand out a prize to the first correct entry we receive, plus one additional randomly-selected correct entry. Please include your Casual Gameplay account display name with your entry. You must be at least 13 years of age to enter. Only one submission per participant, please. Offer void where prohibited. Your deadline for submitting your answers is Monday, November 28th at 11:59 PM (GMT-5:00). These leftovers won't last long, so hurry!
Update: Congratulations to the following winners! :D
Both winners were given a choice of prizes. Congratulations and thanks for playing with us! Look for another Letters in Boxes again soon!
- H2G ...First!