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Pass-puzzle

Question: What is the square of Pie? Answer: A square Pie!
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New from microsoft! This new plug-in for Microsoft Windows XP, allows new and different account log in ways for your compuer!

Choose from a variety of puzzles! The answer can be either right, or wrong! There can even be multiple answers!

For example, our 'block puzzle' is a (insert # here) by (insert # here) square, with a grid. You must manuver colored blocks, or numbered blocks (or even both!) around on the grid with your mouse, in a preset pass puzzle code. The numbered or colored (or both!) blocks must be in the same position as the pre determined code, and also follow the same paths that they was 'pushed' to, to get in those positions.

Or, our maze feature! You must push one block, (or more!) through a maze that is on a grid. You can push it anywhere you like! It can go out the exit, or one of the exits, or some, or even all of them! But, the bock has to follow the path that was pre recorded as the pass puzzle code.

How about somethin faster and simpler? How about a riddle? Simply type in the question you would like to be asked, and set up the correct answer! For example:

Question: What is the square of Pie?

Answer: A square Pie!

Got an idea for a puzzle? Send it in to our idea through an e-mail!

Many more puzzles are on their way! Stay on the watch for more pass puzzle updates from Microsoft!

EvilPickels, May 10 2005

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       Q: What happen?
A: Somebody set us up the bomb.
  

       Q: How are you gentlemen!!
A: All your base are belong to us.
zen_tom, May 10 2005
  

       Somebody set *up us* the bomb. Your honour.
RobertKidney, May 11 2005
  

       I always suspected that Microsofts' manuals were translated from Korean by a team of monkeys with typewriters.
moomintroll, May 12 2005
  
      
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