Judy's Logic Problems
Date reviewed: 8/13/04
Okay, so the site design is a little girly, the navigation less than user-friendly, and if you take a wrong turn you'll be confronted with original poetry and pictures of housecats. That said, great-grandmother Judy Spence knows her logic puzzles. She's been published regularly in Penny Press since 1991, and won the Golden Web Award three years running.
Judy adds three logic grid puzzles a month to her site in the main section, presenting the adventures of the characters from the board game Clue. She also writes fictional puzzles about Everett Kaser, a real-life software programmer - I don't know why. But her challenges are difficult and well-written. She also has a "Young People's Lounge," with easier puzzles for kids and beginners.
Judy offers great tips on how to solve grid puzzles as well as how to create your own; she also features submission guidelines to her site which are the same as those used by Penny Press. All in all, this is a great place to go for beginners or those researching how to write their own puzzles.