If you know the URL of the puzzle enter it here and click Fetch puzzle.


If you have downloaded the puzzle file (.puz or .jpz) to your computer and then choose the file and click Upload puzzle.

This program is an attempt to remove the Grand Poobah from the loop and hear what regular solvers think of a puzzle.

The program uses the arrow keys and the tab button to move around the puzzle in a way similar to how Across Lite does it.

What distinguishes it is that when the puzzle has been successfully completed a Summary button becomes enabled that lets you comment on your experiences solving the puzzle answer by answer.

When you are done entering comments, you can use the Upload Solution button to upload your comments to a central server. After uploading, if you click the Show Solvers button your comments will be interlaced with comments of other solvers of the puzzle.

A detailed tutorial for using the program is available after the puzzle has been fetched or uploaded.

Free .PUZ puzzle sites

M & A Runt Puzzles

David Alfred Bywaters: Crossword Calvacade

George Barany and Friends

Brendan Emmett Quigley

Glutton For Pun (Erik Agard)

Patrick Blindauer

Buzz Feed

[HIGH:low] (K. Austen Collins)

Monday Fills (Guy Murchie)

Chronicle of Higher Education

The Cross Nerd (Peter Broda)

Devil Cross (Evan Birnholz)

The Grid Kid (Sam Ezersky)

Club 72 (Tim Croce)

Jonesin' Crosswords (Matt Jones)

Life As A Puzzle (Todd McClary)