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Free online puzzles

Welcome to the Greenfield Recorder’s collection of puzzles. In this space, you can put away your scratch pad and your pencil sharpener and jump into a new world of digital puzzles. Instead, you’ll be solving crosswords, finding some super-long words you may not be able to pronounce and playing a version of chess that upends all that’s familiar.

We hope this will be a daily stop, so you can play that day’s new collection of games. There are five fun games and puzzles to solve each day. You can play anonymously or you can create a username, which gives you the option of saving your game to finish later. You’ll also be able to see your username pop up on the leaderboard – if you’re good enough, that is.

If you’re really loving what you see and you just have to have more, you can sign up for an annual subscription. That gives you access to a different collection of games, and it gives you first crack at the games that are still in the testing phase.

So, bookmark this page, any of the individual puzzles you like best or the main page with all of the day’s puzzles.

Our daily puzzles

Our new award-winning games from Puzzmo are a free, modern twist on the classic newspaper puzzle that updates every day. Find your favorite game, or play them all!

Cross|Word: This is a VERY popular daily puzzle and it’s built off the classic. If the clue is still leaving you scratching your head, you can get a secondary hint.

Typeshift: Align the letters in just the right way to spell a word. You’ve completed the puzzle when all letters have been used at least once.

Really Bad Chess: You thought you knew chess? Not this version where each day’s board is different. Games may include four knights, or maybe five rooks, or maybe three bishops. Who knows? But there’s always just one king.

SpellTower: Watch the board collapse as you find words. While the goal is to clear the board, you should always be on the lookout for the longest word you can find. Check back the next day to see who found the longest word.

FlipArt: No need to dust off the dictionary on this puzzle. Just rotate the pieces in just the right way to make sure everything fits on the board. “Oddly satisfying” is the best phrase we’ve heard to explain this one. Really, it is.

 

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