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New York Times Letter Boxed takes place around, well, a box. There are three letters on each side, and players must connect them to make words at least three letters long. Letters on the same side cannot be used consecutively, and the final letter of each word becomes the first letter of the next word.How many people are actually using Letterboxd?
According to The New York Times, Turek is one of over 3 million people actively using Letterboxd, and that number is growing. In January, the Times reported that Letterboxd’s user base had nearly doubled since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.Is letter boxed doing better than expected?
The company soft-launched another one, Letter Boxed, in mid-January. Von Ehren said it is currently doing “better than we had hoped,” especially considering that so far, people have heard of the game primarily through word of mouth. At the same time, putting something on the Times’ crossword page means it will get plenty of eyeballs.What is Letterletter boxed?
Letter Boxed is the second game to launch out of a prototyping process created by The Times’s Games Expansion Team, led by gamemaker Sam Von Ehren. The group launched in the summer of 2017 and its charter is to create games that will challenge and delight Times readers in new ways for the next hundred years. It launched Spelling Bee in 2018.