Run out of Web Puzzles to solve? Black Ink works with any puzzle in the "Across Lite" format, whose file names typically end with ".puz". Here are some links to help you find puzzle files like this on the web:
New York Times Premium. For serious
fans of the Times' puzzles, this subscription is a no-brainer. You'll get instant access to today's puzzle,
every day of the week. You'll also get access to a huge archive of over 2,000 puzzles from the weeks and years past.
American Values Club. Ben Tausig's premium reincarnation of the old Onion AV Club crossword. Puzzles arrive once a week and can be easily opened for solving with Black Ink.
Brendan Emmett Quigley. Brendan publishes puzzles of his own creation several times a week.
Just click the links that he has labeled "Across Lite Download."
Ben Tausig's Inkwell Group. Sign up for this Google group and receive a free puzzle every
week through your email! His weekly puzzles come from a variety of composers, but with an emphasis on younger ones.
Jonesin' Crosswords. Another weekly puzzle delivered by email.
Jonesin' puzzles appear in a variety of publications.
MacNamara's Band. Weekly puzzle from Fred Piscop, and access to dozens of archived puzzles from previous weeks.
Private Eye Cryptic. Look for cryptic crossword puzzles released here
in Across Lite format..
Will Johnston's Puzzle Links. Here you'll find an amazing collection of
listings for many sites offering Black Ink-compatible puzzles (the "Across Lite" .puz format).
Wordplay: the NYT Crossword Blog. Check out the "Blogroll" section of the site to see a list of links to puzzles and other resources.
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