2/9/2017 6:08:06 PM
dolphinsneu Posts: 1

I have Classic Variety puzzles plus crosswords.
I have Merit Variety Puzzles and games.
How many others are there?

2/9/2017 6:34:08 PM
Frances Posts: 697

Also from Penny Press:
Approved Variety Easy & Fun Variety Family Variety Family Variety Plus Crosswords Favorite Variety Good Time Variety Master's Variety Tournament Variety Variety Puzzles & Games Variety Puzzles & Games Special World's Finest Variety
From Dell:
Dell Official Variety Favorites Dell Official Variety Puzzles Solver's Choice Variety Solver's Choice Crosswords & Variety
The product map shows Penny/Dell publications:
https://www.pennydellpuzzles.com/whats_new/detail09.aspx edited by Frances on 2/9/2017

2/10/2017 9:15:08 AM
Josh Posts: 170

Although a bit more specialty, I'd say Dell's Math & Logic Problems is diverse enough to make the list  not focused on a single puzzle type.

2/10/2017 10:47:14 AM
Amy Lowenstein Posts: 1599

Josh wrote:
Although a bit more specialty, I'd say Dell's Math & Logic Problems is diverse enough to make the list  not focused on a single puzzle type.
Well, Josh, I think those mags have only two types: math, and logic. (I forget if they have Sudoku as well.)
 Amy

2/13/2017 11:06:59 PM
Josh Posts: 170

Amy Lowenstein wrote:
Josh wrote:
Although a bit more specialty, I'd say Dell's Math & Logic Problems is diverse enough to make the list  not focused on a single puzzle type.
Well, Josh, I think those mags have only two types: math, and logic. (I forget if they have Sudoku as well.)
While true that the puzzles fall into logic and math, the variety within them is way more than a singletype magazine like Logic Problems, or Sudoku. There's Cross Sums, Sudoku (and some Sudoku variations), KenKen, Figure Logics, Logic Problems, Trigons, Collectibles, Sum Logic... a lot of the Dell stalwarts in that vein. While the magazine does focus on three core puzzles that make up a significant percentage of the issue (Cross Sums, Figure Logics and Logic Problems), the variety of remaining puzzles makes it feel closer to a variety magazine in my mind. But it's certainly not as diverse as the other, standard variety puzzle magazines.

2/14/2017 7:03:40 PM
Indiana Puzzler Posts: 559

Sounds like a variety mag to me.
Josh wrote:
Amy Lowenstein wrote:
Josh wrote:
Although a bit more specialty, I'd say Dell's Math & Logic Problems is diverse enough to make the list  not focused on a single puzzle type.
Well, Josh, I think those mags have only two types: math, and logic. (I forget if they have Sudoku as well.)
While true that the puzzles fall into logic and math, the variety within them is way more than a singletype magazine like Logic Problems, or Sudoku. There's Cross Sums, Sudoku (and some Sudoku variations), KenKen, Figure Logics, Logic Problems, Trigons, Collectibles, Sum Logic... a lot of the Dell stalwarts in that vein. While the magazine does focus on three core puzzles that make up a significant percentage of the issue (Cross Sums, Figure Logics and Logic Problems), the variety of remaining puzzles makes it feel closer to a variety magazine in my mind. But it's certainly not as diverse as the other, standard variety puzzle magazines.

2/14/2017 7:11:05 PM
Indiana Puzzler Posts: 559

Keep posting Josh  I enjoy reading your posts as the puzzles you're passionate about are not the ones I regularly solve  but I appreciate a person who is passionate about their pursuits.
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