Connections on the New York Times has been a regular thing for many – maybe you, too! Here are some hints and the answers for the NYT Connections on April 16, 2024.

NYT Connections Hints – April 16, 2024

If you’re looking for the NYT Connections Hints and Answers for April 15, 2024, find that here.

Connections categories are color-coded by category: yellow, green, blue, and purple, increasing in complexity and trickiness. Here are hints for today’s NYT Connections on April 16, 2024 to save some of your attempts.

Red Herring Warning: There are a lot of red herrings in today’s Connections. The green or blue category would be the best one to solve first – when combined with the hints, the red herrings shouldn’t be that confusing. Solving the Yellow Category eliminates a lot of the danger of the red herrings.

Yellow Category: All words in this category mean the same thing. It describes a feeling someone might feel when something unexpected happens.

Green Category: All words in this category refer to things that a writer might produce.

Blue Category: The words in today’s blue category are adjectives that are mainly used to describe objects that are perfectly aligned.

Purple Category: The words in today’s Purple Category would be easy. Let’s say you’re looking to see your favorite pop artist perform; these are the words that you would encounter in that process.NYT Connections Hints and Answers

NYT Connections Answers Today – April 16, 2024

Yellow Category: Flabbergast

  • Floor, Rock, Shock, Surprise

Green Category: Bit of Journalism

  • Article, Feature, Report, Story

Blue Category: On The Same Plane

  • Even, Flat, Flush, Level

Purple Category: Theater Sections

  • Balcony, Box, Orchestra, Stage

The New York Times Connections is a micro-game available on the New York Times. It resets at midnight every day, with a new set of words. Each puzzle only has one solution, and sometimes red herrings may be put to make it a little challenging. Upon solving a category, the color would be revealed, denoting its difficulty.

Connections is the NY Times’ many microgames, which also includes what is arguably the most popular one: Wordle. Other games on the site include The Mini Crossword, Spelling Bee, Tiles, Letter Boxes, Sudoku, and Vertex, all of which refresh daily.

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