An impressive collection of brain-teasingly tricky crosswords designed with those slightly poor of sight in mind, Lucky Seven Crossword Collection features upwards of 50 puzzles in each monthly edition.
Lucky Seven Crossword Collection features a combination of large print puzzles and quick clues to make this and easily accessible publication for all, conforming to the RNIB’s clear print guidelines. If you want to give the old grey cells a bit of a workout then this is the perfect crossword magazine for you. You can even attempt the prize crossword and win £1000 cash – not bad for a puzzle magazine we reckon.
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The puzzles in Lucky Seven Crossword collection have clearly been designed with the slightly older cruciverbalist (yes, that's the word for crossword puzzle solver, and mightily impressive it is too) in mind, with large scale puzzles and large print clues. The only part that fails to cater to the hard-of sight, in a really slightly cruel but almost certainly unintentional twist, is the answers to the previous issues crosswords found at the back of the magazine!
Annoying as that may potentially be, it shouldn’t really be an issue, should it? After all you’re pretty good at crosswords, aren’t you? You know that you’ve got the answers right, no need to seek confirmation of that.
The real test of a cruciverbalist, and one that is probably impossible to attempt but would make for a fun challenge, would be to find words that fit all the clues and work with each other, but aren’t the words in the official answers. Go on, give it a go. It’s going to be a challenge, don’t get us wrong, but why not try and attempt the seemingly impossible? If you manage it you’ll become a crossword legend, and never have to buy a drink ever again in any bar that happens to be run by a committed cruciverbalist. NB