Weekend Puzzle #140 = CONTEST!!

Hooray! Friday has come and that means it’s weekend puzzle time! This weekend is special, because it is a contest, and the prize is a Hardy Boys Decoder Puzzle seen here:

Here are the rules, read carefully!

1. Solve the weekend puzzle below.
2. When you think you have the right answer , email it to solved@herinteractive.com with the subject line “Weekend Puzzle”. Please include your name and mailing address in the email.
3. The prize? A Hardy Boys Decoder Puzzle (as in a physical puzzle in a box)
4. The time? Contest begins now and ends at 10am PST on Monday, March 5th.
5. One winner will be randomly drawn from all of the full correct entries by 5pm, Monday, March 5th. (We want to be fair and give everyone a chance.) 🙂 Each contestant may only enter once.
6. This contest is open to everyone. (Even outside the U.S.)
7. You may discuss the puzzle and help each other out on the message boards here.

Are your minds ready? Here’s your puzzle! (Click on the image to view a larger version).

Good luck sleuths! ~.^
~Little Jackalope~

8 responses to “Weekend Puzzle #140 = CONTEST!!”

  1. Tim says:

    Got it! Hope I win. 🙂

  2. Anonymous says:

    Very fun. It took a minuet. Really tricky wording.But,I think i got the right answer!

    From me,
    Silvertongue.

  3. Anonymous says:

    What does a full entry include? How we reached our conclusion?

  4. @Anonymous — The entry should be the word(s) you find once the puzzle is solved. In short, what you read vertically in the black box.:)

    Don’t forget to include your name and mailing address below your answer!

  5. ILUVNANCY!!! says:

    Oh I know how to do it but I need a little clarification. I know how to shift letters but what do slide, pull, and move mean? Are they all the same thing or do they mean something different? I figured out how to do the rest but I’m stuck on this.

  6. Jessie says:

    Awesome! I really enjoyed the puzzle this week!

  7. @ILUVNANCY!!! — Slide, shift, and pull pretty much all mean the same thing (move). 🙂 You might be able to figure out which direction to move based on the number revealed.

  8. Anonymous says:

    How do I know which way to slide, move and pull????

    Please help!
    Junebug620

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