Get Totally Blacked Out with Your Creepy Evil Friends

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People who like puzzles and crosswords are usually pretty into them. They fill out the Puzzler in every issue of People magazine and wouldn’t think about letting a Jumble go unfinished in an abandoned newspaper on the subway. But there are only so many Sudokus you can do before you want to repeatedly slam your head in a door. Luckily, a new puzzle is available, and it even has a horror theme!

Totally Blacked Out Games is a brand new type of puzzle that encourages unique thought. And the coolest thing about it is there are different themes depending on what you’re into. And since you’re reading about it here, I bet you’ve already figured out there’s an entire book full of horror-themed versions of the puzzle, Horror Blackout Games. Check it out!

Tired of the same old word searches and crossword puzzles? Looking for a puzzle that will get those creative juices flowing on a train, in your backyard, or with friends? Finally—a word game that encourages readers to scribble outside the lines!

The web is already buzzing about blackout poetry, inspiring countless bloggers to share their blackout poems. Totally Blacked Out™ is the first series to take the Internet hit to the next level by challenging readers to think outside the puzzle. Combining the simplicity of word search with the creativity of magnetic poetry, readers can transform classic pieces of literature into outrageous, poetic, or truly bizarre messages.

They’ll feel like kids again as they black out words in the shape of a dagger in a passage from The Tell-Tale Heart or create a fortune-cookie message worthy of a great poet. From Jane Eyre to Bram Stoker, all readers need to master these puzzles is a black marker—and a little creativity!

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