• The New York Times' crosswords group wanted to reach non-native English speakers. The result is the free 'Tiles' game and it's catching on

    4 monthes ago - By Chron

    The New York Times
    The New York Times rolled out Tiles , its first game without words, on Monday.
    The color and pattern matching game has "tilesets" named after cities around the globe.
    "One additional strategy around launching Tiles is to reach users who may not be native English-language speakers," The Times wrote in its Tiles press release.
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    The New York Times released its first word-free game on Monday. It's called Tiles .
    Tiles is a color and pattern matching game with tilesets - grids of patterned squares - that challenges players to...
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  • Political Cartoonist On Implications Of 'NYT' Ending Cartoons

    Political Cartoonist On Implications Of 'NYT' Ending Cartoons

    4 monthes ago - By NPR

    NPR's Scott Simon asks political cartoonist Patrick Chappatte about The New York Times ' decision to stop publishing political cartoons in its international edition.
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