There’s a new type of puzzle in town: the gryptic crossword!
Imagine a (usually) 6×6 grid with no black cells – sometimes cells are filled in, other times not so much. There are no clues, but you’re given either the beginnings or ends of the various across and down words. Your job is to fill in the grid to form complete words.
For more information about gryptics and where to find them, check out Amy Reynaldo’s post on her blog.