Daily Commuter Crossword is a popular daily crossword puzzle published specifically for commuters. The puzzles are created by Stanley Newman. It has a 15x15 square grid and is quite easy to solve in a short time during a commute. Each puzzle is scheduled to appear from Monday to Saturday with increasing difficulty throughout the week.
The clues don't use any complicated wording and the vocabulary is simple. To help players understand what they are playing about, topics are connected to commute and daily life.
Even though there are always new puzzles to solve, you can still play the older ones. Each puzzle can be played or replayed for free, allowing you to go back and figure out which one you haven't figured out yet.
The purpose of this crossword puzzle is to provide amusement and entertainment while people commute to work or school.
How To Play
- To solve the puzzle corresponding to the puzzle number and position, look at the Across and Down board's clues.
- Give the best response after carefully reading the clue. The solutions could be a single word, a proper name, or a synonym. To provide the correct response, pay attention to the number of letters in the response.
- After providing the response, the player has the following three options to Check if it is correct or not: Check a word, Check a letter, and Check puzzle.
- When a question stumps you, asking for help is understandable. Users can ask a friend for assistance, look for solutions online, or just get assistance from the system by using the Reveal button.
Tips And Tricks in Daily Commuter Crossword
- Take advantage of the weekly theme. Every day of the week has a different theme for the puzzle, such as "Around the Office" on Mondays. Recognizing the theme can assist in completing related questions.
- Look for common abbreviations. Weekdays (Wed, Fri), weights (ft, oz), and titles (Mr., Mrs.), for instance, are frequently abbreviated.
- Pay attention to the number of letters that the answers contain. You can figure it out by counting how many white boxes there are.
- Consider idioms and common phrases because the answers may relate to them. Think about the common phrases people use in daily life.
- Search for clever clues. The clues sometimes involve wordplay like puns, rhymes, etc. to hint at the answer.
- Start with what you know. Getting some answers in place will make crossing words easier to figure out.
- Check twice before moving on to the next box. As the words are interconnected, make sure the answers correspond to the crossings.
- Don't be afraid to go back and make changes. If you need to rethink a response, delete any letters.
- Go through the finished puzzle. Before submitting, run a final scan to look for any mistakes.
- Enjoy your time playing the game. The puzzles are meant to be challenging, but they also provide a sense of accomplishment when you solve a difficult clue or complete the grid.