We’ve written many articles about crossword puzzles before, and we hope you enjoyed reading about them.
But there’s a new article we wanted to write about one of the most fascinating puzzles of the past decade: the Intensive Intensive Crossword Puzzle.
The Intensive is a puzzle in which the player tries to guess the answers to the puzzles in the first set of six clues.
For example, the first clue is “A car is in the back yard of a house.”
The player will have to guess what the answer to that clue is.
Here’s how it works:The clue is a line drawn across the screen, and the answers are colored according to their position on the grid.
(The clue may be different for each player.)
Each player will see a colored line on the screen with a number, and then will have 30 seconds to guess.
The first player to guess correctly gets to place a car at the end of the line, and he must guess the next clue, which will lead to the next puzzle.
The puzzle is not particularly complicated, but it’s hard to get the right answer.
To help players get the answers, the clue cards are colored with a green, yellow, or blue light.
The clues are presented in a grid, and a player can move around the grid to find clues that are close to the correct answers.
(If the grid is too small, a new clue may appear.)
The player can’t move or interact with the grid while solving the puzzle.
You’ll need to do the same when you’re solving it with a partner.
You can solve it with two or three people, if you have an Xbox One controller, or you can solve the puzzle alone.