NYT Games: Word Games & Sudoku

NYT Games: Word Games & Sudoku

By The New York Times Company

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2009-03-27
  • Current Version: 5.2.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 49.72 MB
  • Developer: The New York Times Company
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 16.0
Score: 4.85648
From 181,349 Ratings


Keep your mind sharp with word and logic puzzles from New York Times Games. Free to download, the app offers new puzzles daily for every skill level. App Features and Games: NEW AD-FREE PUZZLES DAILY There are never any ads to disrupt the fun in The New York Times Games app, so you can play without distraction. WORDLE Play the original Wordle — created by Josh Wardle — in our app. Guess the 5-letter word in 6 tries or less. SPELLING BEE Is scrambling your strong suit? Play the daily Spelling Bee and see how many words you can make with 7 letters. THE CROSSWORD Subscribers can play the same daily puzzle that’s printed in The New York Times, in our app. Crosswords increase in difficulty throughout the week. CONNECTIONS Our newest word game lets you group words with a common thread. See if you can do it with 4 mistakes or fewer. SUDOKU Looking for a numbers game, minus the math? Play Sudoku and fill each 3x3 set of boxes with numbers 1 to 9. Play a new puzzle every day in easy, medium or hard mode. THE MINI CROSSWORD The Mini is all the fun of The Crossword, but you can solve it in seconds. These word puzzles don’t increase in difficulty throughout the week and feature simpler clues. TILES Unwind while you match elements in the day’s pattern — the key is to make consecutive matches. LETTER BOXED Create words using letters around the square. Letter Boxed is another fun way to test your word-making skills. STATS Track your progress for The Crossword, Wordle and Spelling Bee. For The Crossword, monitor your average solve times, see how many puzzles you can solve in a row, and more. Plus follow your streak on Wordle, and track how often you reach each level in Spelling Bee. LEADERBOARDS Start a friendly competition with The Mini leaderboards. Add up to 25 friends to see who can solve today’s Mini puzzle the fastest. PUZZLE ARCHIVE Subscribers can now solve past Spelling Bee puzzles, plus play over 10,000 crosswords in our archive. DIGITAL SUBSCRIPTION OPTIONS: You can purchase a monthly or annual New York Times Games subscription. As a subscriber, you’ll enjoy the full Wordle experience, plus Spelling Bee, The Crossword and more. See our subscription offers for further details. PAYMENT AND AUTOMATIC RENEWAL TERMS: IF YOU SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEW YORK TIMES GAMES VIA THIS APP, PAYMENT WILL BE CHARGED BY APPLE TO YOUR APPLE ID ACCOUNT AT CONFIRMATION OF PURCHASE. YOUR APPLE ID ACCOUNT WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY CHARGED FOR RENEWAL AT THE APPLICABLE RATE SHOWN TO YOU AT THE TIME OF SUBSCRIPTION EVERY CALENDAR MONTH (FOR MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTIONS) OR EVERY YEAR (FOR ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS) WITHIN 24 HOURS PRIOR TO THE END OF THE CURRENT BILLING PERIOD. YOU WILL BE CHARGED IN ADVANCE. YOUR SUBSCRIPTION WILL AUTOMATICALLY CONTINUE EACH MONTH OR YEAR UNLESS IT IS CANCELED AT LEAST 24 HOURS BEFORE THE END OF THE CURRENT PERIOD. TO CANCEL, PLEASE TURN OFF AUTO-RENEW AT LEAST 24 HOURS BEFORE THE END OF THE CURRENT PERIOD. YOU CAN TURN OFF AUTO-RENEW AT ANY TIME FROM YOUR ITUNES ACCOUNT SETTINGS. CANCELLATION TAKES EFFECT AT THE END OF THE CURRENT BILLING PERIOD. BY DOWNLOADING THE NEW YORK TIMES GAMES APP, you agree to: • The automatic renewal terms stated above. • The New York Times Privacy Policy: https://www.nytimes.com/privacy/privacy-policy • The New York Times Cookie Policy: https://www.nytimes.com/privacy/cookie-policy • The New York Times California Privacy Notices: https://www.nytimes.com/privacy/california-notice • The New York Times Terms of Service: https://www.nytimes.com/content/help/rights/terms/terms-of-service.html • Apple Terms of Sale: https://www.apple.com/legal/internet-services/itunes/us/terms.html Please note: A subscription to New York Times Games does not include access to any other New York Times products, including but not limited to nytimes.com, New York Times Cooking, Wirecutter, mobile news content and other apps on non-iOS devices.



  • Subscription

    By kann5617
    I saw you answer to another review. “This app is free to download!” Then what, a charge for continuing after how long? I somehow got roped into two different subscriptions, and am inundated with emails to get some other deal. I think I’m done with apps. I prefer hard copy crossword puzzles, don’t need the other time-suckers.
  • The challenger

    By Satinder Sidhu MD.
    This game is so fun but it also challenged you and just so you know it is totally free but you do need by five but you should totally try it out. It’s so fun. I love this game because challenging and fun.
  • They hate the west coast

    By g57252929263
    I have a lot of fun with the free version of this app but here I sit at 4pm on a Saturday and I somehow missed todays mini crossword and can only do Sunday’s mini. At 4pm. If I want to do todays, I have to pay. I also wish there was a leaderboard for connections!
  • Why no Vision Pro compatibility?

    By kdlevine
    Can’t be that hard to do.
  • Consistently very good quality games

    By m3rlinO
    Always good for waiting before, resting after, or just clearing my mind. Thanks!
  • games

    By moAnthill
    NYT games is my favorite app and I enjoy it everyday. fun and challenging games.
  • Love the games. Need dark mode.

    By shanvandef
    Hi NYT! Please add dark mode capability. I am playing while my baby sleeps!
  • Fun daily puzzles

    I have been subscribed to this app for a few years. In addition to the daily New York Times crossword, there are several different types of daily puzzles. The interface works well. On rare occasions,the app version of the crossword isn't rendered exactly like the print version but this is noted as well as how to correctly understand the changes.
  • Puzzle review

    By Lulu Bingo
    Two of my favorite puzzles are not included digitally. They are the acrostic and the diagramless. I buy the Sunday paper just to do them. The diagramless has almost disappeared from there, too. I used to do that one on graph paper before the paper eventually provided a grid. N Hagin
  • No dark mode in 2024?!

    By MGtheGenius
    No dark mode in 2024. I truly have no words for this absolute lack of I’m already over writing this review. Deleted immediately.