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NYT Connections today — hints and answers for Saturday, June 15 (game #370) - techradar.com - New York
techradar.com
16.06.2024 / 11:25

NYT Connections today — hints and answers for Saturday, June 15 (game #370)

Connections is the kind of game that can trip you up if you don't pay attention – as I found out today. Don't let that happen to you, by taking advantage of my helpful hints.

NYT Connections today — hints and answers for Sunday, June 16 (game #371) - techradar.com - New York
techradar.com
16.06.2024 / 11:25

NYT Connections today — hints and answers for Sunday, June 16 (game #371)

Here's your Sunday Connections, here to give you an early brain workout for the day. Or a late brain workout if you prefer to play later on. Either way, it's a challenge.

Inside Out 2 ruins one of Inside Out’s best gags — and it’s no big deal - polygon.com
polygon.com
15.06.2024 / 18:23

Inside Out 2 ruins one of Inside Out’s best gags — and it’s no big deal

The moment Pixar revealed the first new characters in Inside Out 2, fans of the animation studio started arguing about the film’s basic conceit. 2015’s Inside Out centered on five characters who represent the basic emotions of an 11-year-old girl named Riley: Joy, Sadness, Fear, Disgust, and Anger. In the sequel, Riley hits puberty on her 13th birthday, and new emotions suddenly take form in her head: Anxiety, Envy, Embarrassment, and Ennui. Fans of the first film had a lot of questions and complaints: Aren’t these emotions just minor variants of the existing ones? Why are they all negative? And above all, why weren’t any of these emotionsaround in the first movie?

NYT Connections: hints and answers for Saturday, June 15 - digitaltrends.com - New York
digitaltrends.com
15.06.2024 / 14:25

NYT Connections: hints and answers for Saturday, June 15

Connections is the latest puzzle game from the New York Times. The game tasks you with categorizing a pool of 16 words into four secret (for now) groups by figuring out how the words relate to each other. The puzzle resets every night at midnight and each new puzzle has a varying degree of difficulty. Just like Wordle, you can keep track of your winning streak and compare your scores with friends.

Inside Out 2 Box Office Previews Impress for Pixar Sequel - comingsoon.net - Disney
comingsoon.net
14.06.2024 / 21:13

Inside Out 2 Box Office Previews Impress for Pixar Sequel

Joy has officially taken over as the box office previews bring the Pixar sequel closer to its projected opening weekend revenue. 

Inside Out 2 revives the old Pixar magic - polygon.com
polygon.com
14.06.2024 / 16:05

Inside Out 2 revives the old Pixar magic

The problem with iterating on a movie as perfectly complete as Pete Docter’s 2015 Pixar feature Inside Out is that a neatly closed narrative loop doesn’t leave a lot of obvious next steps for the story. Inside Out is half a world-building exercise in establishing an elaborate visual metaphor and testing its flexibility, half a coming-of-age story about an 11-year-old navigating a big life change. But its real point is confirming to the audience that sadness — an element that’s core to Pixar’s best movies — isn’t just an inescapable part of life, it has an important purpose. So what’s left for a sequel? Reiterating that sadness still isn’t all bad? Moving down the list of characters to express the importance of anger and fear?

NYT Connections: hints and answers for Friday, June 14 - digitaltrends.com - New York
digitaltrends.com
14.06.2024 / 15:09

NYT Connections: hints and answers for Friday, June 14

Connections is the latest puzzle game from the New York Times. The game tasks you with categorizing a pool of 16 words into four secret (for now) groups by figuring out how the words relate to each other. The puzzle resets every night at midnight and each new puzzle has a varying degree of difficulty. Just like Wordle, you can keep track of your winning streak and compare your scores with friends.

NYT Connections today — hints and answers for Friday, June 14 (game #369) - techradar.com - New York - city New York
techradar.com
14.06.2024 / 11:01

NYT Connections today — hints and answers for Friday, June 14 (game #369)

I didn't particularly enjoy the final NYT Connections puzzle of the week, but that might just be me. Give it a go and see what you think.

NYT Connections: hints and answers for Thursday, June 13 - digitaltrends.com - New York
digitaltrends.com
13.06.2024 / 12:41

NYT Connections: hints and answers for Thursday, June 13

Connections is the latest puzzle game from the New York Times. The game tasks you with categorizing a pool of 16 words into four secret (for now) groups by figuring out how the words relate to each other. The puzzle resets every night at midnight and each new puzzle has a varying degree of difficulty. Just like Wordle, you can keep track of your winning streak and compare your scores with friends.

Get the Inside Out on Disney Speedstorm's Newest PS5, PS4 Season | Push Square - pushsquare.com
pushsquare.com
12.06.2024 / 01:10

Get the Inside Out on Disney Speedstorm's Newest PS5, PS4 Season | Push Square

Live service kart racer Disney Speedstorm is continuing to expand on its extensive character roster, with the upcoming Inside Out season adding a further five racers from 13th June – with two more mystery additions to be added later on. Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust, and Sadness will all be suiting up to join the race, ahead of the new movie later this month.

NYT Connections: hints and answers for Tuesday, June 11 - digitaltrends.com - New York
digitaltrends.com
11.06.2024 / 15:05

NYT Connections: hints and answers for Tuesday, June 11

Connections is the latest puzzle game from the New York Times. The game tasks you with categorizing a pool of 16 words into four secret (for now) groups by figuring out how the words relate to each other. The puzzle resets every night at midnight and each new puzzle has a varying degree of difficulty. Just like Wordle, you can keep track of your winning streak and compare your scores with friends.

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