It’s a new day, and that means a new puzzle wall to solve in the New York Times’s Connections game. If you’re looking to save your streak and only want to nail down that last pesky category, don’t worry – we have all the hints you could need. If you like some innovative and original puzzle-solving games, you can’t go wrong with our selection of indie titles. You’ll find everything you need below, from vague hints as to what you should be looking for to the outright answers.
Whether you’re looking for a nudge in the right direction or a sneaky way to preserve your blemish-free record, you’ve come to the right place. Today’s puzzle has some very frustrating and obscure categories. We’ll present these hints from the easiest category to the hardest, as prescribed by the puzzle itself – Yellow, Green, Blue, then Purple. If you want today’s category hints, click below!
These will not spoil the actual names of the categories but will nudge you in the right direction. Today’s yellow category concerns a problem of the modern age. People who work from home are more likely to be acquainted with these issues. Today’s green category concerns a certain style of fashion.
Today’s blue category concerns a famous story that most will know from a Disney animation from 1992 or the live-action remake from 2019. Today’s purple category concerns movie titles with something missing. Herring Watch: There are two nasty red herring categories in this puzzle – mimicry (Echo, Mime, Parrot, Monkey) isn’t a category, and neither is words preceded by “Mr” (Mime, Freeze, Fantastic). Today’s puzzle is a rough one.
If you want today’s answers, click below! Today’s answers are listed below: Yellow Category: Bad Things For A Video Call To Do