Puzzle Hunt Calendar
P&A Magazine Issue 56
Issue 56 will be available at 10AM Arizona time.
National Puzzlers' League Convention
The NPL Con is a four-day convention where many of the most puzzle-mad people in the world gather. Most of them are members of the National Puzzlers' League, the world's oldest puzzlers' organization. As members of this nonprofit organization, we've been solving puzzles nonstop since 1883. (Well, not the same people. But you get the idea.)
Jul 12 1:00p-7:00p
Singapore Puzzle Hunt
Want to get more just one single hour of puzzling fun and value out of your $20?
Had enough of simple puzzles that tell you exactly what to do?
Tired of spending time on enigmas which are more like physical hide-and-seek?
Game for a more challenging real puzzle hunt?
Then step up to the challenge of hunt smithed by an organising team with over 30 years of combined puzzle experience.
Jul 14 (recurring)
a city near you?
Puzzled Pint is a social puzzle solving event which happens on the second Tuesday of every month in locations around the world! For the current list of PP cities, visit our web site:
The Friday before each event, we post a location puzzle to this web site. The solution to that puzzle will lead you to a local pub/bar/restaurant in your city. Hints will be available here on the site, and you can also e-mail us with questions.
On the night of the event, show up at the pub and we'll have more puzzles for you to solve while you enjoy drinks and food. Most teams take between 30 minutes and 2 hours to solve a typical puzzle set. "Game Control" will be on hand to give hints and verify answers.
Standings will be posted every month, but the goal of Puzzled Pint is for everyone to have fun! We welcome your thoughts on how to improve future events. Use the feedback link on this web site, find us on Facebook or Twitter, or join our announcements mailing list for more information.
Announcements mailing list: http://groups.google.com/group/puzzled-pint
We hope to see you at the bar soon!
Jul 18 10:00a-8:00p
Berkeley Mystery Hunt (Public Run)
The Berkeley Campus League of Puzzlers invites you to help OskiLeaks unveil a series of conspiracies! The maximum team size is 10 people and there is a materials fee of $50/team. Registration closes July 4.
New York, NY
Midnight Madness raises funds for the New York City children’s charity Good Shepherd Services to help at-risk youth achieve their potential. Midnight Madness is open to everyone who can form a team and raise the targeted funds for GSS.
Registration is limited and based on fundraising ability, so get in touch soon! Last year’s game raised over $3 million through sponsorships of 30 teams. Teams largely hailed from ten financial institutions in the tri-state area, but participants joined us from the west coast, overseas, and from outside the financial community.
P&A Magazine Issue 57
Puzzle Pursuit: Gold Rush
San Diego, CA
Get ready for the 7th annual Puzzle Pursuit event benefiting Outdoor Outreach. Part Amazing Race and part Sherlock Holmes, Puzzle Pursuit requires out-of-the-box thinking, team work, and high energy.
Welcome to the bustling mining town of Buckeye Hill, where thieving and swindling are as common as finding gold and drinking whiskey. Go in search of the mother lode but keep an eye out for claim jumpers who want nothing more than to steal your gold and leave you with nothing.
Code Word Austin
Code Word is a team-based all-day puzzle competition where groups of solvers put their minds to a set of ten puzzles involving everything from sudoku to pop culture.
The format of Code Word is simple. Nine puzzles are released in three waves, followed by one final meta-puzzle. Use answers from the first nine puzzles to solve the meta first and win the game!
P&A Magazine Issue 58
Jan 9, 2016
P&A Magazine Issue 59
See also Escape Room Directory.
Ongoing and TBA:
Resources of note
Exit Games UK
Puzzle Hunters (fb),
Puzzle Hunts (fb),
Puzzle Hunts (G+),
The Game (fb),
To coordinate unannounced events, contact the secret puzzle hunt cabal:
firstname.lastname@example.org (Brent Holman), email@example.com
(Jeff Wallace), firstname.lastname@example.org (Curtis Chen)
To update this calendar, contact me: email@example.com (Dan Egnor)