The New York Times' latest daily word game has gone viral on social media. The New York Times credits Wyna Liu, an associate puzzle editor, with helping to create the new word game and bringing it to the publication's Games section. Connections is a game that can be played on both web browsers and mobile devices. Players must group four words that have something in common.
Each puzzle contains 16 words, which are divided into four categories. These sets could include anything from book titles to software to country names. Even if multiple words appear to fit together, there is only one correct answer. If a player correctly answers all four words in a set, those words are removed from the board. If you guess incorrectly, it counts as a mistake; players can make up to four mistakes before the game ends.
Players can also rearrange and shuffle the board to make it easier to spot connections. Furthermore, each group is color-coded, with yellow being the easiest to understand, followed by green, blue, and purple. You can share the results on social media, just like Wordle.
Don't be disheartened if you didn't get it right this time. Tomorrow, there will be new Connections for you to stretch your brain with, and we will be back to guide you with more helpful hints.
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