Winners Announcement and Prizes

Winners Announcement Date: June 5, 2010.

We use a random technique, which scans all the winning entries and randomly picks up one lucky winner. And following that 5 times, we have following 5 lucky winners of the Tea Break Puzzles II (in alphabetical order):

  1. Chandrasekhara Kumar says
    Again Awesome puzzle!! Looking for more puzzles in a short time!
  2. Clee Matisse says
    Great Job! Make some more for us hungry riddle hounds . :-)
  3. Daisy Rani says
    Good riddles…..create more riddles…..all these brainstorming helped to keep my brain activated…. :)
  4. Praveen Agarwal says
    I found Paheliyaan really amazing and great chain of puzzles… it was really a great brainstorming excercise and simultaneously I came to know about some good facts while googling the clues.
  5. Priyanka Jauher says
    Gr8 riddle. Enjoyed thoughout.

Points To Note:

  • We’ll contact the winners through their e-mail id and will ask for the shipping address to deliver the prize. Prize distribution is subject to the points on Win Prizes page.
  • If you completed the puzzles and you couldn’t find your name in the Hall of Fame, don’t worry! We count all the winning entries which are there in our database and not just the ones in the Hall of Fame. Hall of Fame is designed to show the latest entries only.

Get Instant Paheliyaan Hints

Dear Players,

You’ll find a  link on every puzzle. You may chat with Admin (when available) to ask hints. We’ll try to be online as far as possible.

Also, we have come up with a solution where you can get instant hints of all the levels when needed. Just add paheliyaan@gmail.com in your GTalk or GMail chat as a friend to get hints of Tea Break Puzzles 2. When added, type Level0 or Level1 and so on to receive the hints. That’s it!

We have also been observing the activity on the discussion forum. We are trying to keep you going with the hints but lack at some points. There you can come into action, we request you all to provide hints to the players who are behind you.

Thank You!
Admin

Discuss Puzzles 0-5

You should discuss puzzles from level0 to level5 here. Comments in the blog should not lead to a direct answer to the puzzle and spoil it.

Spoilers are strictly not allowed.

Discuss Puzzles 6-10

You should discuss puzzles from level6 to level10 here. Comments in the blog should not lead to a direct answer to the puzzle and spoil it.

Spoilers are strictly not allowed.

Discuss Puzzles 11-15

You should discuss puzzles from level11 to level15 here. Comments in the blog should not lead to a direct answer to the puzzle and spoil it.

Spoilers are strictly not allowed.

Discuss Puzzles 16-20

You should discuss puzzles from level16 to level20 here. Comments in the blog should not lead to a direct answer to the puzzle and spoil it.

Spoilers are strictly not allowed.

Discuss Puzzles 21-25

You should discuss puzzles from level21 to level25 here. Comments in the blog should not lead to a direct answer to the puzzle and spoil it.

Spoilers are strictly not allowed.

Welcome to the Tea Break Puzzles II!

Welcome you all to the second break of Tea Break Puzzles!

Launch date: July 19, 2009, 6:00 PM IST

This discussion forum is divided into 5 categories of puzzles with 5 levels in each.

We hope you’ll like these new puzzles. Good luck and have fun!

What is Page Title & Source Code?

Many puzzles require a hidden hint which may be placed in the page title or source code of the page.

You can find title of the page on the left side of title bar where minimize, maximize and close buttons are placed.

How to read source code of the page:

If you use Mozilla Firefox,

  1. Right click on the page and select View Page Source or,
  2. Select Page Source from the View menu or,
  3. Press the shortcut Ctrl + U.

If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer,

  1. Right click on the page and select View Source or
  2. Select Source from the View menu.