The diagram shows cubes in rows of six, their top faces
numbered 1-36, their side faces opened like flaps of a box, and their bottom
faces obscured. Each cube has a letter on each face; these six letters can
be arranged to form a Cube Word. Overlapping side faces share a letter.
The letters in the 36 numbered faces will spell out a statement. Letters on
the 36 unseen bottom faces, taken in order, spell out a response to that
statement. Squares at the sides of the diagram are already filled appropriately
and provide a clue to the puzzle's subject. A few letters
have been provided to get you started. Answers include two proper nouns.
The inspiration and the instructions for this puzzle are taken from
Emily Cox & Henry Ravthon's puzzler in the Atlantic Monthly,
who in turn credit The Listener for the idea.
- Several bottles of Champagne.
- Ride south to the peaks.
- Get something back regarding your investment.
- Outfielder catches just like a kid.
- Arthur the Seventh is confused by useless facts.
- A key you can keep things in.
- We hear the farm houses JR's nemesis.
- Ty mixes porridge to stay warm.
- It's cold, but to finish first you must make an effort.
- Performs poorly every Sunday, perhaps.
- Dear, there's something lacking.
- Rose and fell and spun around.
- A tribe that knows how to catch fish.
- Crossing the marshy bridge.
- Don't side with me, it will be your doom.
- A mad one won't go down.
- Aussie life saver needs a drink.
- The hardest QB to tackle- why?
- Trigonometry functions on company time.
- Old style sorcery ends half ok.
- It's within all people- even Meg has one.
- I love the French, but this is harassment.
- Compare feet for a change.
- Logic dictates what you are, son.
- The Oilers repair their turf.
- Unpleasant philosophy of NASCAR fans.
- Fabrics from the sloth, see?
- Starting a war here in London, England takes time.
- He wasn't beheaded for his afro hairstyle.
- Finished last, like an egg.
- Provider of aid- one bushel per farm.
- No tea with tartare? Is this menu mistaken?
- In the tall tower, take a 3/4 rest after a 3/4 turn.
- Stare with menace at the shining object.
- Angels might be so endowed.
- Ted set out to be examined.