Live Chat

We're sorry, but chat isn't available at the moment. Agents may be helping other customers or Live Chat may be closed.

Please check back soon.

Hours:
6 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. PT
7 days a week
Paratroopa
The New York Times Crosswords Box Art
GAME DETAILS

What's an eight-letter word that begins with 'N,' ends with 'endo' and delivers tons of fun?

The New York Times Crosswords is surprisingly easy to play on the DS, contrary to what you might think with such a text-heavy puzzle that normally requires a large playing area. The game is made easy by handy zoom functions that allow you to see the entire puzzle at once or zoom in to individual clues. Once you solve a clue, placing the letters is also easy since you can input letters by writing them with the stylus or by typing them on an on-screen keyboard. Handwriting recognition is very good. Figuring out what words to play is tough, of course, but there’s a hint feature when you’re stuck that will give you a boost.

Tackle the weekly puzzles (simple puzzles that begin on Monday and become progressively difficult over the course of the week) and gang up with four friends and compete or cooperate wirelessly.

  • Wireless cooperative and competitive play
  • More than 1,000 crossword puzzles
  • Use the stylus or touch screen keyboard
  • Puzzle Me Quick mode
  • Puzzle Week for extended play
  • Challenge mode

Read more  

Game Details
  • System Nintendo DS
  • Release Date May 22, 2007
  • No. of Players up to 4 players
  • Category Puzzles
  • PublisherMajesco Entertainment
Close Preview
Close X Close X

Send this demo to your device

To get started, simply log into (or create) your Nintendo Account.

Before downloading, be sure to link your Nintendo Network ID to your Nintendo Account and visit the Nintendo eShop on your device at least once.

Log in or create an account
Mario, Luigi, and Peach
Mario

Thank you!

Your demo is on its way. Please check the status of this download on your device.

Back to top

Hm, something doesn't quite match

We noticed that your account's country setting is set to Canada, but you're viewing the U.S. version of Nintendo.com.

If you’d like to purchase a game or see product details for your region, please switch to the Canadian version of the site.