Use the contact form to get in touch with me. I’ll get back to you as soon as I can, usually within 24 hours.
See if it has been answered on the Starting Line.
Try searching for that type of puzzle on Google. For example, if you’re asked to solve a nurikabe puzzle, search for “nurikabe puzzle” to get lots of great information.
Either you’ve arrived at an incorrect solution to a puzzle, or you haven’t converted that solution into a proper password.
If you’ve got the correct solution, then the method for turning it into a proper password is as follows:
All page passwords consist only of lower-case letters (a-z) and numerical digits (0-9); no spaces or symbols are used. For any potential password you discover here, remove all spaces and symbols, and convert all upper-case letters to lower-case.
Yes. Send a message to me via the contact form and include the puzzle name or number.
However, if you’re asking me to check your work, then it’s very likely that you’ve either made an error that you are able to spot yourself, or you need to do some more thinking about what the puzzle is asking you to do or what you’ve learned about the puzzle so far.
Yes. At the bottom of each puzzle page is a section titled “Hints” which contains a link to hints specifically for that puzzle. The hints are protected by spoiler buttons, so you can choose how spoiled you want to be.