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Kriss Kross Puzzles

Kriss Kross Puzzles pit the solver against the CRpuzzles computer: the 1-5 star rating is determined by the number of computations the computer takes to place the puzzle words into the unique correct arrangement in the Kriss Kross grid.

  • Wild 5's
    by Rajah
    (2 April 2002)
    5-long words out of the blue make a medium Kriss Kross.

  • Miscellany 2
    by Rajah
    (28 March 2002)
    A hodgepodge of 5-letter words serve up a medium Kriss Kross.

  • Colors
    by Darwin Johnson
    (15 March 2002)
    All the colors of the rainbow (well, some anyway) and lots of other hues make an easy puzzle to brighten the day.

  • 4K
    by Geoff Rouse
    (11 March 2002)
    4-long words containing one or more K make a 4-star KK.

  • The "In" Crowd
    by Darwin Johnson
    (4 March 2002)
    You'll be "in" like Flynn when you solve this easier puzzle of words with "in" in them.

  • Challenger Kriss Kross Puzzle -- February, 2002: End In T
    by Allyanna Guevara
    (26 February 2002)
    Give your besT shoT on this Kriss Kross tesT of words thaT end in T.

  • O, Say Can You Solve ...
    by Hailey Foster
    (18 February 2002)
    ... this 3-star Kriss Kross of words containing only O(s) as their vowel(s).

  • Cupid Shot an Arrow
    by Darwin Johnson
    (13 February 2002)
    And the result was love--and a Valentine's Day puzzle gift.

  • Numbers -- Odd Man Out
    by Hailey Foster
    (8 February 2002)
    A hard Number Kriss Kross: each group has exactly one odd number in it.

  • Miscellany 1
    by Rajah
    (6 February 2002)
    No theme, just random words make up this easier puzzle.

  • Challenger Kriss Kross Puzzle -- January, 2002: Lord of the Rings
    by Allyanna Guevara
    (31 January 2002)
    J.R.R. Tolkien's epic is now a fantastic motion picture--and a CRpuzzles' 5-star Kriss Kross puzzle pick.

  • Absolute Zero
    by Darwin Johnson
    (24 January 2002)
    Don't get cold feet about this KK of words made from ABSOLUTE ZERO.

  • Seeing Double
    by Hailey Foster
    (21 January 2002)
    You'll be seeing stars--4 of them--when you work this puzzle of words with double letters.

  • Numbers: Half Dozens
    by Hailey Foster
    (15 January 2002)
    6-long numbers make a 3-star Kriss Kross test.

  • "A" Puzzle
    by Rajah
    (7 January 2002)
    This KK of words with only "A" as their vowel is an easy intro to the puzzle type.

  • Challenger Kriss Kross Puzzle -- December, 2001: Auld Lang Syne
    by Allyanna Guevara
    (31 December 2001)
    We close out the old year of Kriss Krosses with this super tough puzzle while looking forward to a new year of CRpuzzles' unique KKs.

  • Jingle Bells
    by K. Kringle
    (20 December 2001)
    ... jingle all the way through this Christmas Kriss Kross puzzle.

  • Look, MA! No hands!
    by Hailey Foster
    (18 December 2001)
    A puzzle of words containing the letters MA that's as easy as falling off a bike.

  • 4 Squared
    by Rajah
    (11 December 2001)
    Here 4 Squared equals 3 Stars--the difficulty level of this KK of 4-letter words.

  • Snow Ball Fight
    by Darwin Johnson
    (3 December 2001)
    In some parts of the country, kids have already enjoyed thier first SNOW BALL FIGHT of the winter. KK solvers can vicariously enjoy tossing white ones with this medium puzzle.

  • Challenger Kriss Kross Puzzle -- November, 2001: Starts With S
    by Allyanna Guevara
    (30 November 2001)
    If you Sweep Straight through this Kriss Kross you're a Super Solver for Sure.

  • Dub-Ya
    by Geoff Rouse
    (26 November 2001)
    All the words in this puzzle contain a W as in George W. Bush.

  • Boston Celtics
    by Darwin Johnson
    (19 November 2001)
    With another NBA season underway, CRpuzzles puts up this KK to arguably the greatest franchise in pro basketball history.

  • Over the Hill
    by Hailey Foster
    (14 November 2001)
    Is the puzzlemaker Over the Hill or is the solver Over the Hill?

  • Double Trouble
    by Rajah
    (5 November 2001)
    Words containing repeated letters make a double star Kriss Kross Puzzle.

  • Challenger Kriss Kross Puzzle -- October, 2001: V Is For Victory
    by Allyanna Guevara
    (31 October 2001)
    Give the V sign when you solve this 5-star Challenger of words containing at least one V.

  • Up Down Numbers
    by Geoff Rouse
    (25 October 2001)
    Numerical sequences that go up-down-up-etc. add up to a medium-tough puzzle.

  • Gossamer Wings
    by Hailey Foster
    (17 October 2001)
    Don GOSSAMER WINGS and fly through this medium KK puzzle.

  • Jackie Chan
    by Allyanna Guevara
    (11 October 2001)
    JACKIE CHAN brings high adventure and humor to the movies--and CRpuzzles brings a high difficulty Kriss Kross made from the letters in the action star's name to the internet.

  • A Piece of Cake
    by Darwin Johnson
    (3 October 2001)
    For the experienced KK solver, this will be A Piece of Cake.

  • Challenger Kriss Kross Puzzle -- September, 2001: September Song
    by Allyanna Guevara
    (30 September 2001)
    We celebrate seasons changing in this 5-star Kriss Kross puzzle of words anagrammed from SEPTEMBER SONG.

  • Dr. Dolittle
    by Hailey Foster
    (25 September 2001)
    Whether he's Rex Harrison or Eddie Murphy, the good doctor can talk to the animals and make a tough Kriss Kross puzzle.

  • Mr. Touchdown
    by Geoff Rouse
    (21 September 2001)
    Run into the end zone and become a Saturday hero by scoring on today's Kriss Kross (passing will be penalized).

  • Six Packed
    by Hailey Foster
    (18 September 2001)
    A puzzle packed with six letter words holds two liters of solving fun.

  • ... Hidden Dragon
    by Darwin Johnson
    (14 September 2001)
    ... while the second half sees star Chow Yun Fat soar to 4-star puzzle heights.

  • Crouching Tiger,...
    by Darwin Johnson
    (12 September 2001)
    The first half of Ang Lee's martial arts hit sneaks up on the Kriss Kross solver ...

  • G Whiz
    by Allyanna Guevara
    (6 September 2001)
    You'll be a Kriss Kross Whiz if you solve this puzzle of words with one or more G.

  • Big Easy
    by Rajah
    (3 September 2001)
    A big puzzle with big words--but a 1-star Big Easy KK.

  • Challenger Kriss Kross Puzzle -- August, 2001: Little Nasty
    by Hailey Foster
    (30 August 2001)
    Don't be fooled by the size of this puzzle or the words in it--it is a tough, nasty little Kriss Kross.

  • Wish You Were Here
    by Darwin Johnson
    (23 August 2001)
    How many "Wish You Were Here" postcards did you get this summer? This easier puzzle is a small consolation for not "being there."

  • 4X4
    by Allyanna Guevara
    (15 August 2001)
    You'll need mental 4-wheel drive to finish this Kriss Kross puzzle of 4-letter words.

  • Pillsbury Doughboy
    by Geoff Rouse
    (8 August 2001)
    CRpuzzles loved him in Ghostbusters, and the solver will love him in this harder puzzle.

  • Baltimore Ravens
    by Rajah
    (3 August 2001)
    Even with baseball in midseason, pro football camps have opened. Will the Baltimore Ravens defend as Super Bowl champs? It won't be as easy as this Kriss Kross made from the letters in the team's name.

  • Challenger Kriss Kross Puzzle -- July, 2001: CHICAGO CUBS
    by Allyanna Guevara
    (31 July 2001)
    Solving CRpuzzles' July 5-Star Kriss Kross may be as challenging for the KK fan as reaching the World Series has been for the Cubbies. Could this be their year?

  • Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
    by Kentucky Williams (aka Hailey Foster)
    (24 July 2001)
    A Kriss Kross of words anagrammed from Tennesse Williams' steamy play makes the solver sweat.

  • Zambezi River
    by Darwin Johnson
    (19 July 2001)
    This puzzle is like a trip up the Zambezi River: easy but not that easy.

  • Gone Fishing
    by Rajah
    (13 July 2001)
    Hang out the "Gone Fishing" sign before wading into this 3-star Kriss Kross.

  • No E's With Ease
    by Geoff Rouse
    (10 July 2001)
    This puzzle has No E's but should be done With Ease

  • Phony Baloney
    by Darwin Johnson
    (5 July 2001)
    There's no PHONY BALONEY in today's KK; just a medium-hard puzzle to do while munching on a real Bologna sandwich.

  • Challenger Kriss Kross Puzzle -- June, 2001: Six Flags Over ...
    by Allyanna Guevara
    (29 June 2001)
    Treat the family to the thrills of one of the Six Flags ... amusement parks; treat yourself to this tough Kriss Kross Challenger.

  • The Longest Day
    by Hailey Foster
    (21 June 2001)
    Today is The Longest Day of the year--unless you're south of the Equator, where it's the longest night. This 4-Star Kriss Kross will help pass the extra seconds of light --or dark.

  • Shish Kabobs
    by Rajah
    (15 June 2001)
    For a summer treat, throw some SHISH KABOBS on the grill, then solve this medium KK while they cook.

  • A Y in EverY Word
    by Darwin Johnson
    (13 June 2001)
    EverY word in this easY puzzle has at least one Y in it.

  • Myrtle Beach
    by Geoff Rouse
    (8 June 2001)
    This South Carolina resort is a great family place to vacation--especially if you like to play miniature golf: Myrtle Beach is the Miniature Golf Capital of the World.

  • Pearl Harbor
    by Rajah
    (6 June 2001)
    We'll give the puzzle made from the letters in Pearl Harbor 2 Stars; we'll leave the rating of the year's most anticipated movie itself to the critics.

  • Challenger Kriss Kross Puzzle -- May, 2001: Numbers # 3, Even Steven
    by Hailey Foster
    (31 May 2001)
    There's nothing "odd" about this Kriss Kross Puzzle: it's "even" tougher than it looks.

  • Women's Names
    by Rajah
    (28 May 2001)
    Is your name one of the 48 female names or nicknames in today's KK?

  • Starring Billy Crystal
    by Allyanna Guevara
    (25 May 2001)
    ... in Kriss Kross Slickers.

  • Best Friends
    by Hailey Foster
    (22 May 2001)
    With this puzzle of words made from BEST FRIENDS, CRpuzzles admires those who enjoy one-of-a-kind relationships .

  • Untitled # 16
    by Geoff Rouse
    (18 May 2001)
    A medium melange of 4- and 6-letter words.

  • Is There a Doctor in the House?
    by Allyanna Guevara
    (16 May 2001)
    You'll find lots of doctors in this tough Kriss Kross: every word has an M and D.

  • Baker's Dozen
    by Rajah
    (11 May 2001)
    A Baker's Dozen means an extra treat, and this puzzle of words anagrammed from Baker's Dozen is a medium treat for KK solvers.

  • "L"ementary
    by Darwin Johnson
    (8 May 2001)
    This Kriss Kross of words containing one or more L is 1-star "L"lementary.

  • A Stitch in Time
    by Rajah
    (3 May 2001)
    ... saves nine. And makes a 2-Star Kriss Kross Puzzle.

  • Challenger Kriss Kross Puzzle -- April, 2001: Ball Four
    by Hailey Foster
    (30 April 2001)
    This tough trip to the plate of words anagrammed from BALL FOUR won't be an intentional walk to first base.

  • 5 G's
    by Rajah
    (27 April 2001)
    5-long words with one or more G make the Kriss Kross GUEST GROAN.

  • Tuxedo Platy
    by Hailey Foster
    (24 April 2001)
    A tropical fish all dressed up for the dance.

  • Sydney, Australia
    by Darwin Johnson
    (21 April 2001)
    Not just a great place to visit, mate. A great place to live, too.

  • Men's Names
    by Geoff Rouse
    (18 April 2001)
    Is your name among the 57 Men's Names in today's puzzle?

  • Smashing Pumpkins
    by Allyanna Guevara
    (13 April 2001)
    The rock group's name makes a smashing Kriss Kross Puzzle.

  • Just 4 You
    by Darwin Johnson
    (10 April 2001)
    ... a medium puzzle of 4-letter words.

  • April Showers
    by Hailey Foster
    (7 April 2001)
    APRIL SHOWERS bring May flowers and a tough challenge for Kriss Kross solvers.

  • Solar System
    by Rajah
    (4 April 2001)
    CRpuzzles continues Space Week with this easier Kriss Kross made from our SOLAR SYSTEM.

  • Challenger Kriss Kross Puzzle -- March, 2001: Give Me Five
    by Allyanna Guevara
    (31 March 2001)
    CRpuzzles goes out of March like a lion with this Challenger puzzle of 5-letter words.

  • Walter Mitty
    by Darwin Johnson
    (27 March 2001)
    Daydream along with James Thurber's man with an imagination and see yourself solving this Kriss Kross in World Record time.

  • Three Blind Mice
    by Geoff Rouse
    (24 March 2001)
    See how they solve this novice level Kriss Kross Puzzle.

  • Spring Has Sprung
    by Hailey Foster
    (21 March 2001)
    CRpuzzles celebrates the arrival of Spring, 2001, with this hard Kriss Kross made with words from SPRING HAS SPRUNG--and we hope it really has where you live.

  • St Patrick's Day
    by Rajah
    (17 March 2001)
    CRpuzzles is "wearing o' the green" with this Kriss Kross Puzzle of words made from ST. PATRICK's DAY.

  • Putty Knife
    by Geoff Rouse
    (14 March 2001)
    A PUTTY KNIFE is useful for patching together a medium Kriss Kross Puzzle.

  • The Godfather
    by Allyanna Guevara
    (10 March 2001)
    An offer you can't refuse: a tough Kriss Kross of words made from one of our favorite films. Don't fail us.

  • Happy Birthday
    by Darwin Johnson
    (7 March 2001)
    CRpuzzles wishes everyone a HAPPY BIRTHDAY when he or she celebrates that auspicious occasion. Now blow out those candles and blow away this medium Kriss Kross Puzzle.

  • March Winds
    by Geoff Rouse
    (2 March 2001)
    Whether March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb or vice versa, we're sure to have MARCH WINDS blowing around all sorts of things--like this medium Kriss Kross.

  • Challenger Kriss Kross Puzzle -- February, 2001: ONE HUNDRED
    by Hailey Foster
    (27 February 2001)
    CRpuzzles marks the occasion of its 100th Kriss Kross Puzzle with a nasty Challenger of words from ONE HUNDRED.

  • Robinson Crusoe
    by Rajah
    (24 February 2001)
    If you're ever stranded on a desert island, you won't need a Friday to help you solve this 2-Star puzzle.

  • Untitled # 15
    by Geoff Rouse
    (21 February 2001)
    After the last Kriss Kross, the solver can LOLL about in this LESS difficult of TESTS.

  • Presidents' Day Challenger: ABRAHAM LINCOLN
    by Allyanna Guevara
    (16 February 2001)
    An Honest Challenger in honor of Honest Abe.

  • Denver, Colorado
    by Darwin Johnson
    (13 February 2001)
    It won't take a mile-high effort to solve today's KK puzzle.

  • Be My Valentine
    by Hailey Foster
    (10 February 2001)
    Kriss Kross solvers will love this sweetheart of a puzzle commemorating February 14 with words anagrammed from BE MY VALENTINE.

  • Ichabod Crane
    by Rajah
    (7 February 2001)
    No Headless Horseman here, just words from Washington Irving's famous character in a 3-star sleepy puzzle.

  • Knife, Fork, Spoon
    by Darwin Johnson
    (3 February 2001)
    The only implement required to solve today's Kriss Kross Puzzle is a pencil with a sharp point and a good eraser.

  • Challenger Kriss Kross Puzzle -- January, 2001
    by Allyanna Guevara
    (31 January 2001)
    Lots of little words, one big bad problem for even the most nimble Kriss Kross enthusiast.

  • Ice Skating Rink
    by Rajah
    (24 January 2001)
    If you're on your sharp edge, you'll be able to glide through this medium puzzle of words anagrammed from the letters in ICE SKATING RINK.

  • Easy on the I's
    by Hailey Foster
    (22 January 2001)
    Easy to look at, and easier to solve than the average CRpuzzles Kriss Kross, is this entry of words containing I(s).

  • Buckingham Palace
    by Allyanna Guevara
    (20 January 2001)
    If you go off to London to visit the Queen, ask her for help on this tough Kriss Kriss Puzzle of words made from BUCKINGHAM PALACE.

  • 6 . 6 . 6 ...
    by Darwin Johnson
    (16 January 2001)
    31 words of length 6 add up to 2 Stars of solving fun.

  • Yummy M & M's
    by Rajah
    (13 January 2001)
    Grab a hand full of M & M's and munch on this melt-in-your-hand Kriss Kross of words with M's in 'M.

  • Drumroll, Please!
    by Geoff Rouse
    (10 January 2001)
    You'll deserve a 4-star Drumroll when you solve this difficult KK of words derived from the letters in DRUMROLL, PLEASE!

  • A Kriss Kross Puzzle
    by Rajah
    (6 January 2001)
    HAllo, An Amusing Afternoon cAn be pAssed with this Kriss Kross of words contAining An A or two.

  • Happy New Year's Day
    by Hailey Foster
    (1 January 2001)
    CRpuzzles sends a greeting for a great 2001 to our Kriss Kross solvers through this puzzle made from the letters in "Happy New Year's Day."

  • Challenger Kriss Kross Puzzle -- December, 2000: "South Park"
    by Randall L. Whipkey
    (29 December 2000)
    Those nasty little folks from "South Park" send this toughest Kriss Kross of 2000 your way with the warning: It killed Kenny.

  • Untitled # 14
    by Darwin Johnson
    (26 December 2000)
    A big, lazy puzzle to wind down on.

  • A Merry Christmas Kriss Kross
    by Hailey Foster
    (21 December 2000)
    CRpuzzles sends this Kriss Kross Christmas card to wish its solvers the Happiest of Holidays.

  • Mission: Impossible
    by Rajah
    (19 December 2000)
    Quick! Before the tape dissolves! Your mission, if you decide to accept it, is to solve this Kriss Kross Puzzle before you watch Tom Cruise crossing the Channel in the Chunnel.

  • Village People
    by Allyanna Guevara
    (14 December 2000)
    If you're "In the Navy" or staying at the "YMCA," pass the time with this four-star puzzle of words made from the disco group's name. Become a Kriss Kross "Macho Man."

  • We Have an Aitch
    by Geoff Rouse
    (12 December 2000)
    ... And we can't scratch it. But we can solve this easy Kriss Kross Puzzle of words containing H's.

  • "My Darling Clementine"
    by Hailey Foster
    (8 December 2000)
    The old folk song provides the letters for today's medium Kriss Kross. (We should have put 49 words in the puzzle, or at least "miner," but ... too late!)

  • Untitled # 13
    by Darwin Johnson
    (4 December 2000)
    It won't take a YEAR or EONS to solve this easier puzzle; LATER TODAY is about right.

  • Challenger Kriss Kross Puzzle -- November, 2000
    by Allyanna Guevara
    (1 December 2000)
    It may take the average person until Christmas to solve November's 5-Star Kriss Kross Puzzle--but fortunately there's nothing average about CRpuzzles solvers.

  • Daniel Boone
    by Geoff Rouse
    (28 November 2000)
    DANIEL BOONE found his way through the wilderness of early America. Can you find your way through this Kriss Kross Puzzle of words built with the letters in his name?

  • Thanksgiving Kriss Kross Puzzle
    by Hailey Foster
    (22 November 2000)
    CRpuzzles celebrates with turkey and stuffing, the Macy's parade and pumpkin pie, family and football games, and this Kriss Kross of words anagrammed from THANKSGIVING.

  • Untitled # 12
    by Rajah
    (21 November 2000)
    We're sure you'll AGREE there are no MAJOR pitfalls as you PLOW through this 1-star puzzle.

  • Sling Blade
    by Geoff Rouse
    (17 November 2000)
    The KK solver has his work cut out for him with this puzzle of words anagrammed from the letters in Billy Bob Thornton's film triumph.

  • Class of '64
    by Darwin Johnson
    (14 November 2000)
    This Kriss Kross's 6- and 4-long words make a medium match for the Baby Boomers of the Class of 1964.

  • Under the R, 5
    by Allyanna Guevara
    (9 November 2000)
    No not that English favorite, RINGO. KRISS KROSS, with 5-letter words each containing at least one R.

  • A P in Every Pod
    by Rajah
    (7 November 2000)
    An Easy "P"sy puzzle to help prep for more punishing problems, this KK uses words with a P or two in them.

  • Stung by a "B"
    by Geoff Rouse
    (3 November 2000)
    Don't let the CRpuzzles Kriss Kross "B" sting you before you collect the honey from this medium puzzle.

  • Trick or Treat
    by Hailey Foster
    (30 October 2000)
    CRpuzzles' Halloween Trick can become your Halloween Treat when you bag this 4-star puzzler of words anagrammed from TRICK OR TREAT.

  • 3 X 6 = 1
    by Darwin Johnson
    (27 October 2000)
    3 X 6 = 1 -- 1 Star, that is, in this beginning-level Kriss Kross.

  • Challenger Kriss Kross Puzzle -- October, 2000
    by Allyanna Guevara
    (25 October 2000)
    To tell the TRUTH, OLIVE--or is it OLLIE?-- THOU DOTH have the chance to become a Kriss Kross HERO by defeating this DEVIL of a puzzle.

  • Numbers # 2
    by Rajah
    (19 October 2000)
    Our second all-digital Kriss Kross Puzzle raises the difficulty level from Numbers # 1's 1 Star to 3 Stars.

  • Untitled # 11
    by Geoff Rouse
    (17 October 2000)
    Treat yourself to a good fortune cookie when you solve CRpuzzles' lucky 11th "Untitled" KK.

  • Nina, Pinta, Santa Maria
    by Hailey Foster
    (12 October 2000)
    Sail along with Christopher Columbus through this medium Kriss Kross Puzzle of words made from the letters in the names of the discoverer's three ships.

  • Easy For "U" to Say
    by Geoff Rouse
    (10 October 2000)
    And easy for CRpuzzles solvers to do. All the words in this 1-Star Kriss Kross Puzzle contain a U or two.

  • Thomas Jefferson
    by Darwin Johnson
    (6 October 2000)
    Words made from the letters in Thomas Jefferson honor America's Man for All Seasons in today's Kriss Kross Puzzle.

  • Just "Four" You
    by Rajah
    (2 October 2000)
    Just "four" our no-challenge-is-too-big Kriss Kross solvers, Crpuzzles posts this hard puzzle of little, 4-long words.

  • Challenger Kriss Kross Puzzle -- September, 2000
    by Allyanna Guevara
    (28 Sept. 2000)
    September's supreme test is a small grid of small words--but a perplexing puzzle even for a Kriss Kross pro.

  • 4 X 6
    by Hailey Foster
    (25 September 2000)
    A melange of 4- and 6-long words mix in a medium-hard mishmash.

  • "Jailhouse Rock"
    by Darwin Johnson
    (22 September 2000)
    Draw a "Get Out of Jail Free" card when you escape this KK drawn from the letters in the Elvis smash.

  • High Fives
    by Geoff Rouse
    (20 September 2000)
    High Five yourself when you solve this toughie.

  • Three on a Match
    by Alyanna Guevara
    (15 September 2000)
    Letters from THREE ON A MATCH form a criss-cross of words that look a lot alike.

  • Star Trek
    by Darwin Johnson
    (12 September 2000)
    Board the USS ENTERPRISE and shoot for the Stars (2 of them, anyway) in today's KK.

  • New York Jets
    by Rajah
    (8 September 2000)
    CRpuzzles cheers the start of the NFL season with this game of words made from the letters in NEW YORK JETS.

  • Numbers # 1
    by Hailey Foster
    (5 September 2000)
    Our first-ever numerical Kriss Kross puzzle is an easy-level introduction using numbers with no repeated digits.

  • Challenger Kriss Kross Puzzle -- August, 2000
    by Rajah
    (1 September 2000)
    This nasty 22x17 had smoke coming out the top of the CRpuzzles computer; we hope the same doesn't happen to our loyal Kriss Kross solvers.

  • High C's
    by Geoff Rouse
    (29 August 2000)
    You'll end on a high note when you finish putting these words with the letter C in them in the grid.

  • More Than 1 E Each
    by Geoff Rouse
    (25 August 2000)
    This medium offering of words containing more than 1 E should be solved with >EEEEE<.

  • 3 x 5
    by Rajah
    (23 August 2000)
    AMY AND GRETA join SANTA in endorsing today's KK of 3- and 5-long words as the perfect way to pass the time on a JET to SPAIN.

  • Untitled # 10
    by Alyanna Guevara
    (17 August 2000)
    One little puzzle, one big problem for the Kriss Kross solver.

  • O "K"!
    by Darwin Johnson
    (14 August 2000)
    The solver will feel O"K" all day after finishing this puzzle of 5- and 6-long words with the letter "K" in them.

  • Kriss Kross Puzzle
    by Geoff Rouse
    (10 August 2000)
    A Kriss Kross Puzzle made from the letters in KRISS KROSS PUZZLE--how original! Not!

  • Class of 6-3
    by Darwin Johnson
    (8 August 2000)
    You'll graduate with honors when you solve this KK of 6- and 3-long words.

  • F's
    by Rajah
    (4 August 2000)
    Never FEAR, little SMURF, today's OFFERing of words containing at least one F can be solved in a FLASH while you LOAF on that SOFT SOFA of yours.

  • "Party of Five"
    by Allyanna Guevara
    (1 August 2000)
    This toughie of words made from the letters in "Party of Five" will, in tribute to the show, cause the KK fan considerable solving angst.

  • Bacon and Eggs
    by Rajah
    (28 July 2000)
    Start the day with Bacon and Eggs and this puzzle made of words formed from the letters in the breakfast favorite.

  • Five Longs
    by Darwin Johnson
    (25 July 2000)
    No MAGIC required--just a little LOGIC will CARRY the solver through this 1-Star.

  • Challenger Kriss Kross Puzzle -- July, 2000
    by Alyanna Guevara
    (20 July 2000)
    This 5-Star challenger just might take the rest of July to solve.

  • "Yubba-Dubba-Doo!"
    by Geoff Rouse
    (17 July 2000)
    From Bedrock to your block comes this medium KK of words made from the letters in FRED FLINTSTONE.

  • Untitled # 9
    by Darwin Johnson
    (12 July 2000)
    A big grid with lots of words provides a 1-Star breather for the solver.

  • Middle 5's
    by Rajah
    (10 July 2000)
    Middle-long words make a middle-difficulty solving mystery.

  • 747
    by Darwin Johnson
    (7 July 2000)
    You'll fly high when you solve this planeload of 4- and 7-long words.

  • Statue of Liberty
    by Alyanna Guevara
    (4 July 2000)
    "Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to be free ..." CRpuzzles celebrates July 4, 2000, with this Kriss Kross made from the letters in "Statue of Liberty."

  • BOSTON RED SOX
    by Rajah
    (30 June 2000)
    As the All-Star break nears, Boston Red Sox fans can celebrate with today's "Monster" of words made from the letters in their team's name.

  • MMMMMM...
    by Geoff Rouse
    (27 June 2000)
    You'll enjoy the sweet taste of success when you solve this mishmash of words containing the letter M.

  • At Least One E Each
    by Darwin Johnson
    (22 June 2000)
    E hErE, E thErE, E-E EvErywhErE givEs thE SolvEr thrEE-star troublE

  • 5 Longs
    by Rajah
    (19 June 2000)
    TEARS are more likely than a SMILE as 5-long words cross to make this a 5-Star challenger. SORRY!

  • Les Miserables
    by Alyanna Guevara
    (16 June 2000)
    You won't be one of Les Miserables when you solve this 4-star made of words using the letters in Hugo's classic/Broadway's musical spectacular.

  • Untitled # 8
    by Geoff Rouse
    (13 June 2000)
    A melange of 4- and 5-letter words makes this one a little harder than introductory level.

  • Easy Sixes
    by Darwin Johnson
    (9 June 2000)
    This interleaving of 6-letter words makes a smooth introduction to solving Kriss Kross puzzles.

  • Under the Boardwalk
    by Geoff Rouse
    (6 June 2000)
    Start enjoying the pleasures that can be found "Under the Boardwalk" by solving this medium difficulty entry of words made from the Drifters' classic.

  • Untitled #7
    by Geoff Rouse
    (2 June 2000)
    PROMOTE yourself into the solving ELITE by solving this big puzzle.

  • Beanstalk
    by Darwin Johnson
    (30 May 2000)
    Jack be nimble, Jack be quick ... Oops! Wrong Jack. But you can play the right Jack by climbing this hard Kriss Kross made from the letters in BEANSTALK.

  • "V" for Victory
    by Rajah
    (26 May 2000)
    KK Vets can ease into the holiday weekend with this Trove of words containing the letter V.

  • Untitled # 6
    by Alyanna Guevara
    (23 May 2000)
    DEAR EDNA, EVER SERVE OSCAR VEAL? NEVER? Then put this delicious puzzle on his plate and he'll forget all about it for 40 minutes or so.

  • Fives & Sevens
    by Darwin Johnson
    (19 May 2000)
    We found INDIA and NEPAL in our ATLAS, but didn't find SINATRA--no matter, you'll find them all in this big KK of big words.

  • Five G's
    by Geoff Rouse
    (15 May 2000)
    5 G's is a lotta money, and time is money, and it will take a lotta time to solve this hard Kriss Kross of 5-letter words containing G's.

  • B-ware!
    by Darwin Johnson
    (11 May 2000)
    You'll have no alibi if you bail out early on this puzzle built with words that contain at least one B.

  • All Fours
    by Alyanna Guevara
    (8 May 2000)
    Only little words in today's tester--but they add up to 5 big Stars of trouble for the unsuspecting solver.

  • Untitled # 5
    by Rajah
    (4 May 2000)
    This big, bad boy almost gave our computer a 4-star fit, so when you solve it, take an extra 3/4 of a star for your work.

  • "Y" Not?
    by Geoff Rouse
    (2 May 2000)
    "Y" not be Y's enough to Y's up for tougher KK's with this one of words containing Y's?

  • Jack-in-the-Box
    by Darwin Johnson
    (28 April 2000)
    Everything will "turn" out fine if you "handle" this Kriss Kross of words made from the letters in "Jack-in-the-Box."

  • Lots of A's
    by Rajah
    (24 April 2000)
    All cAndidAtes hAving At leAst An A mAke A 3-stAr chAllenge.

  • Untitled # 4
    by Darwin Johnson
    (19 April 2000)
    If your name is NELL and you live in the DELL, you should do WELL with this easier effort.

  • Baltimore Orioles
    by Ian R. Whipkey
    (17 April 2000)
    Spring has sprung--which means the birds fly back north, including the baseball-playing species. This tough KK is made of words using the letters in Maryland's avian and sports favorites.

  • Double Jeopardy
    by Geoff Rouse
    (13 April 2000)
    You'll be in definite Double Jeopardy when you attempt this tough 1-hour puzzle using words made from the letters of the game-show favorite.

  • Has a "W"
    by Darwin Johnson
    (11 April 2000)
    Wads of W Words Wind and Whirl in today's loWer difficulty grid.

  • Untitled # 3
    by Rajah
    (4 April 2000)
    If you have a half hour left after enjoying the longer evening of Daylight Savings Time, this wild card will help pass it.

  • "C"s the Moment
    by Geoff Rouse
    (31 March 2000)
    "C" if you can "C" your way to the solution of this medium "Criss Cross."

  • X Marks the Spot
    by Geoff Rouse
    (27 March 2000)
    Five-long words, each marked by the letter X, make this a 4-Star toughie.

  • Untitled # 2
    by Rajah
    (25 March 2000)
    This puzzle is an easy introduction to large, many word Kriss Kross puzzles.

  • Untitled # 1
    by Darwin Johnson
    (21 March 2000)
    This smaller test is good for a warm-up.

  • Bohemian Rhapsody
    by Rajah
    (21 March 2000)
    The five-long words from the letters in Queen's rock smash make this a challenger KK.

  • Fours and Sixes
    by Darwin Johnson
    (21 March 2000)
    CRpuzzles first Kriss Kross puzzle uses words of lengths 4 and 6 only




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