Dutch intelligence and security agency AIVD posted its annual brain-buster puzzle online. Puzzle lovers, and anyone else who is bored over the holidays, have until 11:59 p.m. on January 15th to solve the puzzle and submit their answers. This year's puzzle consists of 15 pages with 42 exercises, which participants can solve independently of each other.
For the first time in Dutch history the all riddles and puzzles in intelligence service AIVD's annual Christmas puzzle were solved. And not just by one person, but by several, AIVD spokesperson Martinette Bemelmans confirmed to BNR.
Dutch intelligence service AIVD released its annual Christmas Puzzle challenge. This year's challenge is 12 pages long, consisting of smaller puzzles that can be solved individually. Solutions can be submitted to the AIVD up until January 16th, 2017.
Due to the popularity of the annual puzzle - the AIVD received 16,000 submissions last year - the service this year also added an answer form, to make it easier for the AIVD employees to check the answers on the submissions. Only submissions on the answer form will be checked.
The Dutch general intelligence and security service AIVD released its annual Christmas puzzle challenge on Friday. The challenge consists of a number of smaller puzzles, which can be solved independently of each other. Solutions can be submitted to the AIVD up until January 11th.