Pgeon Puzzle: A Twist to Word Puzzle: Pgeon Game Postcode Search

Pgeon Game: Postcode Search

A twist to the traditional Word Search game: Pgeon Postcode Search!

Hey, Pgeonites!

If you enjoy observational puzzles, such as Word Search, you’re sure to enjoy this Pgeon Puzzle 😉
Instead of searching through alphabets for words, Pgeon has created a twist to the traditional puzzle: Pgeon Postcode Search!
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The puzzle is extremely simple to solve.
All you have to do is:

  1. Locate FIVE given postcodes in the grid on the left side
  2. Postcodes may run in one of eight possible directions horizontally, vertically, or diagonally.

Try and see if you can find the postcodes.

You can even check if the postcodes exist >>>

This is TOTALLY OPTIONAL, but you’re more than welcome to tag Pgeon and share your answers on Facebook 🙂



The American word search was first published in 1968 in the Selenby Digest in Norman, Oklahoma. The original creator was Norman E. Gibat.

Word Searches circulated slowly until finally picked up by some newspaper syndicators. Word Searches are now in most major newspapers and puzzle magazines.