Page 5 of 5 — Quotefall Puzzle Description
Hint Number 10: Look for words already solved to give context to word you are trying to solve.
For instance, note the first part of the nine-letter word is “QUOTE.” Part of the diciphering process is not just in finding out possible words, but also words which may be part of a pronoun, a name, or a subject. In this case, the subject matter is hinted by the second word, “PUZZLES.” Therefore, although there are several four-letter combinations that preceded by “QUOTE” would form plausible words, the one that strikes out is the very subject we are doing: Quotefall puzzles!
This will now help with trying to put together words.
Continue to enter letters based on earlier hints.
In this case, there are two possible four-letter words that would fit in the indicated spot on the second row of the Answer Grid, “EASY” and “HAVE.” So as before, look at other words to determine the context of the word to use.
In this case, you can even use a sentence phrase, “QUOTEFALL PUZZLES ARE (blank) TO LEARN.” From that hint, you can find that the best word with the available letters is the word “EASY.”
You are almost done solving the Quotefall puzzle! First, fill in the square with the single character in the Letters Column.
Finish the Quotefall Puzzle!
Only two more words to figure out! First, there is a four letter word. Looking at the letters, there is only one word that will work, “THEY.”
Finally, it’s just a matter of filling out the rest of the Answer Grid with the letters left in the Letters Column.
Yep! It’s that easy to learn! But keep in mind, the puzzles will not always be this easy. Sometimes you will have to try different combinations, different words, so make sure that until you get good…use a pencil!