So, I've had an idea for a puzzle format. It could be considered trivia, so that is why I am asking. My idea is a
A set of prompts is laid out, in numbered order.
Each line refers to an object, place, or idea, and can take any form (riddle, cryptic clue, a few words, etc)
Once the first solution is found, it must be combined with the following prompt to solve the next one.
In this way, clues can only be solved in order (if written successfully).
The final solution is the answer to the last line.
Where does the Winding Trail™ lead?
Analyse, Advertise, Expand, Bend more rules, Buy yourself an island.
Produced by a Hammer and Keys in 1966.
I am long and smooth.
My name implies I can perform maths.
This is a relatively short puzzle (my aim is for 8 to 10 points) just to demonstrate how it works:
1: A simple google search reveals these are the lyrics to "Animals" by Muse.
2: The film "The Reptile" was released in 1966, produced by Hammer Film Productions. The producer was Anthony Nelson Keys.
3: Hopefully, most people would deduce a snake from this clue. In this particular example it may be possible to skip out number 2, since "Long and Smooth" combined with "Animal" makes it pretty clear. Poor writing on my part.
Is this type of challenge on-topic and am I allowed to make more of these on the main site?