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5/5/2013 1:39:40 PM

Frances
Frances
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They do, but maybe it's not seen too often. I went through my 2 dozen back issues of Dell magazines and found just 1 example: Dell Solver's Choice Easy Fast 'n' Fun Variety Puzzles, Volume 72, Issue 301, April 2012. It was called.....Missing Dominoes! The layout was the same as in Penny's easier magazines, with the dominoes given under the diagram and the already entered dominoes shaded.

ETA: Missing Dominoes were also in Dell's now defunct Brain Boosters magazine.
edited by Frances on 5/5/2013

5/5/2013 9:43:14 PM

Purple Pisces
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Bernadette I was able to find 2 Missing Dominoes puzzles in my variety books and will be sending them your way! smile

5/6/2013 3:13:46 PM

Purple Pisces
Purple Pisces
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You're very welcome Bernadette, just wish I had more to send you.

5/9/2013 8:58:38 PM

Purple Pisces
Purple Pisces
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Mailed them the other day so hopefully you'll get them soon!

5/12/2013 1:59:49 PM

Purple Pisces
Purple Pisces
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You're very welcome!! smile

5/21/2013 6:09:57 PM

Frances
Frances
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Bernadette1959 wrote:

It's so unusual to find the same puzzle by the same name in both the Dell and Penny magazines. I was trying to think if there are any other instances and I could only come up with Logic Puzzles.

I found one in Dell Official Variety, July 2013----Honeycomb----although Dell leaves out the arrows to indicate where the words begin that Penny has.


7/11/2017 1:03:46 PM

Frances
Frances
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For those who may want to see what a Missing Dominoes puzzle looks like, here's one (the circle equals blank or zero):

https://www.flickr.com/photos/149284839@N08/35728236771
edited by Frances on 7/11/2017

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