Two New Games join NYT Games

New York Times has revealed that players of its Games will be able to play Tiles and Sudoku via the app. If you are a regular you must remember that Sudoku was also added in late January early February of this year.

Little by little or we the NYT games app has been enriched and it now has a diverse portfolio of games for just about any type of player. We must admit that not everyone is a crossword person, but if you are and don’t have the time The Mini is the perfect choice. You might prefer spelling words in the Spelling Bee. You might like a short puzzle like Wordle. Each game is different not only in the in the method of playing but also the difficulty level. The newest addition ‘Tiles’ for example. can be categorized as a Logic Visual Game and beginner friendly.

Sudoku game players worldwide has increased by more than 50%. This is due to the popularity and influence that NYT has. The amount of time the players spend on the app has also increased

Tiles, which The Times introduced in June 2019, is a color and pattern matching game where, using layered patterned squares, players are challenged to create the longest possible sequence of tile pairings with matching components. Tiles has been growing its audience over the past year, with almost one million people playing the game each week.

Offering a breadth of handcrafted puzzle experiences is critical to what subscribers look for in a Games subscription, and we’re pleased to announce that Tiles and Sudoku are now being offered in the NYT Games app.

Since the launch of The Crossword in 1942, The Times has captivated solvers by providing engaging word and logic games. In 2014, we introduced The Mini Crossword — followed by Spelling Bee, Letter Boxed, Tiles and Vertex. In early 2022, we proudly added Wordle to our collection. We strive to offer puzzles for all skill levels that everyone can enjoy playing every day.