Man, this takes me back.
Years and years ago, Matt Gaffney, Joon Pahk and I ran dozens of Kaidoku (otherwise known as “coded crosswords”) on my now-defunct blog. Well I think it’s about time to bring these things back, so here’s one from the archives. How does a Kaidoku work, you ask? Well:
Each answer in a kaidoku, or coded crossword, is a common, lowercase English word. The numbers 1 through 26 each stand for a different letter of the alphabet, and instances of a given number stand for the same letter throughout the entire grid.
I think these are pretty fun. Try this one out and tell me what you think!