The simple word game Letter Boxed Unlimited can be played on any web browser. It's hard enough because you have to use logic, plan ahead, and remember things. In the box of each puzzle, there are 12 different letters. All you have to do to make words is put these letters together.
The trick is that each word after the first one has to begin with the same letter that ended the word before it. This means that if you start with the word "finder," your next word must start with the letter R. Then do it again until you've used at least one of each of the 12 letters. Each letter can be used five times.
How to Join the Cause
You now understand what the NYT Inbox is all about. So, let's take a look at the game's rules to see how you can reach your goal. Your chances of winning the Mailbox depend on how well you know the rules.
To start playing, find your first word. To choose a letter, click or tap on it. The Mailbox game will then draw a line between the letters you chose.
You can't choose a letter from the same side of the box that you chose the last letter from. You must go through one of the other three sides.
If you want to, you can use the same letter more than once in a word.
A word can have as many letters as it wants, but it must have at least three.
For every word you find, the first letter of the next word you make must be the last letter of the last word you found.
You have to finish the box in fewer than or the same number of turns. When you get to the fourth or fifth turn, you may realize that you can't make it. If you get to that point, you have to keep pressing the "Clear" button under the puzzle box. On a computer, you can do the same thing by pressing the "backspace" key.
When you press this button, the last letter you played will be erased. But if you keep typing, the previous word will start to disappear. This means that you can always go back in time. It can be hard, but you might be better off starting over (or boxy).