Retail alphabet game

Saturday 6 September 2003

The Retail Alphabet Game is clever: you are presented with 26 letters snipped from corporate logos, and you try to identify the companies. Some are easy, and some are frustratingly familiar, yet hard to place. I got 16 out of 26 for both the second and third editions, and a poor 7 out of 26 for the first (too many of the letters are too generic).


This reminds me of one of the puzzles from the Real Puzzle by Don Rubin that used to appear in the Boston Phoenix. It was a great fun.

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