Riddles

Some articles on riddles, riddle:

Castle Of Riddles
... Castle of Riddles is a text adventure released by Acornsoft for the BBC Micro (in 1982) and Acorn Electron (1984) home computers ... Unlike Killworth's other Acornsoft adventures, Castle of Riddles was not updated and reissued by Topologika so became unavailable after 1985 when Acorn Computers (parent company of Acornsoft) pulled out ...
Symphosius
... Symposius) was the author of the Aenigmata, a collection of 100 Latin riddles of uncertain date ... The riddles themselves, written in tercets of hexameters, are of elegant Latinity, leading some to date them as early as the 2nd century but the ... The Aenigmata are the only surviving collection of Latin riddles by a single author, and as such they have influenced the genre down to our own time ...
Blue Tea Games - Games - Forgotten Riddles Series
... Forgotten Riddles The Mayan Princess (2007) The Mayan Princess is a HOG (hidden object game) that features a story, set during 16th century, around the fate ... part of game play, a list of items for the player to find is usually presented in form of a riddle ... Design Artist Shawn Seil had created exactly 1,500 riddles for this game ...
Marvin Terban - Books
... Too Hot to Hoot Funny Palindrome Riddles (1985) Dove Dove Funny Homograph Riddles (1988) Hey, Hay! A Wagonful of Funny Homonym Riddles (1991) Funny You Should ...
Nat Riddles
... Nat Riddles (4 February 1952 – 11 August 1991) was a blues harmonica player who played an important role in the New York blues scene during the late 1970s to mid-1980s ... with guitarist Charlie Hilbert as part of a free-form duo that he labeled 'El Cafe Street.' Riddles performed with Larry Johnson and Odetta as well as Hilbert ... album on Spivey entitled The Artistry of Nat Riddles ...

Famous quotes containing the word riddles:

    Of all the riddles of a married life, said my father ... there is not one that has more intricacies in it than this—that from the very moment the mistress of the house is brought to [child]bed, every female in it ... becomes an inch taller for it....
    I think rather, replied my uncle Toby, that ‘tis we who sink an inch lower.
    Laurence Sterne (1713–1768)