For years now, we’ve been collaborating on puzzle-themed hashtag games with our pals at Penny Dell Puzzles, and this month’s hook was #PennyDellSpacePuzzles, mashing up Penny Dell puzzles with planets, astronauts, constellations, celestial objects, and more!
Examples include: World Seeks, Buzz All-Four-One-drin, and Tossing & Saturning.
So, without further ado, check out what the puzzlers at PuzzleNation and Penny Dell Puzzles came up with!
Diamond Rings of Saturn
Bookwormholes / Blackout holes
All-Star Worm Seek Hole
Orbits and Pieces
Word Spiral-arm Galaxy
Meteorite of Milky Way
Point the Way Polaris
Point the Milky Way
Bits and Pisces
How Spaceman-y Triangles
Southern Cross Arithmetic
Quoteballs of Fire
Space Odysseys and Evens
End of the Karman Line
The Moon’s Shadow
Exploraworld / Explorer 1 Words
A to Z Mars
Four-fit the mission
Michio Kakuro / Michisu Doku
Countdown and Pair-blast-off / Pair LiftOff
The Disco-very mission
Headings for space
Alphabetics Centauri / Alpha Centauri Soup
Mission Dominoes / Missioning Dominoes
“Houston we have a Plug-Ins” / “Houston, we have a Deduction Problem!”
“Houston: the Crozzle has landed.”
Board the space Shuffle
Lucky Shooting Star
Bull’s-Eye Spiral Galaxy
Scramble Across the Universe
Planet in the Round
Around the Sun
In and Around the World
A Few Choice Worlds
“Not so expert and the Challenger crosswords”
“GROUND CONTROL TO MAJOR STEPHEN HAWKING’S BRAIN BOOSTER PACK”
Naturally, the intrepid puzzlers who submitted these marvelous puns couldn’t resist taking a crack at Neil Armstrong’s iconic words:
- Two for One small step for man; one giant leap for mankind.
- One small Step by Step for man; one giant leap for mankind.
- One small Step by Step for man; one giant leap for Three of a Kind.
- One small Step by Step for man; one Puzzler’s Giant leap for mankind.
And to close out today’s entry, a special shout-out to several sci-fi savvy puzzlers!
The first offered a delightful take on a famous TV monologue:
Space: the final Mind Tickler. This is the Grand Tour of the Lucky Star-ship Penny. Its Five-Alive mission: to Explora-strange-new-worlds, to Word Seek out new Face-to-Face Puzzlers and new Cryptobotanies, to Bowl Game where no solver has Word Gamed before.
The second, more movie-minded contributor said: All I could think about when I read the theme was space was the Spaceballs theme song…
If you’re livin’ in a Build-a-Pyramid and you haven’t got a Connection
Well, you’re gonna be in Double Trouble cause we’re gonna Split & Splice your air
‘Cause what you Give is what we Take and all we do is dirty Decisions
We’re the Spaceballs, What’s Next! cause we’re the Spaceballs
We’re the Mixmaster of space
Hey, Don’t mess Around the Block with the Spaceballs!
Have you come up with any Penny Dell Space Puzzles entries of your own? Let us know! We’d love to see them!
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