Puzzles: online and for printing

COVID-19 SupportGames
Last updated on March 24, 2020

Introduction

If your normal source of puzzles is the daily paper you may be unable to regularly get these over the coming weeks.

Fortunately, a number of the daily newspapers and standalone puzzle websites have a ready supply to be either completed online or printed off and tackled by hand.

If you know of anyone who is currently isolating themselves and does not have access to the internet, you can print off a supply and post them out. If you do this, make sure your hands have been washed thoroughly beforehand and than no-one else handles the paper and envelope unless they have done likewise. Also, do not send post via any service that requires a signature unless it is absolutely necessary.

We don’t have the resources to try out puzzles apps so if you have any suggestions please get in touch via the Contact Us page or by clicking on the Send us your thoughts button below.

What you will need

  1. An internet connection to access these resources.
  2. For printable puzzles you will need a printer (and paper) and a device that can connect to this printer. If you do not have a WiFi-enabled printer, you will likely need to use the computer connected to your printer rather than a tablet or smartphone.
  3. For puzzles that can be completed online, you should be able to use any internet-connected device you have at home.

Where to get your crosswords

Below is a collection of links to access online and printable crosswords. The Guardian crosswords can be completed online, without printing, and offers both quick and cryptic options to tackle.

Where to get your suduko

Below is a collection of links to access online and printable suduko puzzles. You will often have the option to choose from various difficulty levels, depending on your skill.