Flat types come and flat types go, and before long, someone will invent a puzzle not described here. If it seems interesting and fairly clued, the editor may choose to publish it, along with a brief description of how it works. And if it catches on, it may become a standard puzzle type.

We have a collection of our “standard flats” listed to the left, or see our Non-guide Flats.

This page was last updated on Thursday, June 18, 2015. /webmaster

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