What is represented by this BrainBat?
[Ref: ZWZT] © Kevin Stone
Answer: Back to back.
[i.e. two back(s) - written back(wards)]
Can you complete the grid without forming a 3-In-A-Row of the same colour.
Each row and column has an equal number of Blue and White squares.
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[Ref: ZYEA] © Kevin Stone
Hint: Remember that you can't have three White or Blue squares together in a row or column.
What are you given at a very early age and always belongs to you, but is used more by others than by yourself?
Hint: Think about this carefully.
I'm amazing 'cause I've got the force
To hold down a cow or a horse
As you've doubtlessly found,
I am always around,
And I'm constantly working, of course.
What am I?
[Ref: ZFCI] © Alan Stillson
Each of these sets of arrows represents a word - what are the words?
[Ref: ZEEG] © Kevin Stone
Hint: Where else might you see arrows and letters together?
Answer: See, new, sense, sew, ewe. The arrows represent the compass directions N, E, S, W.