Since launching this week, Tiles has consumed both game lovers and design lovers for its subtly addicting premise and eye-catching design.
Say goodbye to your productivity. This week, the New York Times released a new mobile game called Tiles, and it’s the perfect antidote to the never-ending influx of information that, yes, the Times is also responsible for.
Since launching this week, Tiles has consumed both game lovers and design lovers for its subtly addicting premise and eye-catching design, which centers around matching elements of patterned tiles (inspired by Portuguese and Parisian tiles) in order to make them disappear. You win by clearing the entire board.
Developed by the Times’ Games Expansions Team, Tiles is a bid to attract more subscribers for its crossword puzzle and other games (the game is free to play, but subscribers gain access to a never-ending “zen mode” and the ability to pick a specific set of tiles to solve).
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