Isolation at home has led to more time spent on tech devices and in Canberra it's meant more games and puzzles being solved online.
Data shows a significant increase in The Canberra Times subscribers using interactive puzzles available through the website.
The typical month of 66,000 plays jumped to more than 71,000 in March and it's likely more people spending time at home in April will see another rise.
The most popular puzzles for Canberra Times subscribers were trivia, Sudoku and a classic crossword. While the cryptic crossword attracted the fewest players overall, the extra challenge meant users spent the most time on it, averaging 22 minutes.
Premium subscribers to our website have access to six of the most popular puzzles doing the rounds: cryptic and classic crosswords, sudoku, trivia, word search and code cracker. Touch or click here to access the puzzles landing page.
The puzzles are updated daily and can be played on your mobile, tablet or desktop computer, as part of your premium digital subscription package. Premium subscribers can also sign up for an email alert in their inbox when they have been updated each morning.
If you're not a subscriber, you can easily sign up here. Opening an account takes only a couple of minutes and there are a range of deals available, with substantial savings if you take out an annual subscription.
In addition to daily puzzles, subscribers get full access to our website, including a digital version of each day's newspaper, the latest in local news and sport on hand at any time, breaking news alerts delivered by email, and special subscriber-only newsletters and offers.
The puzzles, from renowned Australian puzzle company Lovatts, are updated daily and pose challenges that run from easy to difficult.
Most puzzles come with instructions (look for the "info" or "about" links) so, even if you're a newbie to the world of online puzzles, you should soon be comfortable navigating your way around the grids.
The cryptic and classic crosswords are considered of moderate difficulty, while there are four skill levels to tackle each day in the sudoku section. The trivia quiz comes with seven categories: General Knowledge, Dictionary, Entertainment, History, Food + Drink, Geography, Science + Nature. Each category contains 10 multiple-choice quiz questions, and the word search will have you hunting for words around a variety of themes. Code cracker is the ultimate game of logic, available in "gentle" or "challenge" mode.
You'll get your score at the end of each puzzle so you can see how you rate against others.
There's a direct click-through to the Puzzles page in the top left of our website (top right if you're reading on mobile). Or find the page under the Life & Style section.
To have instant access to play our puzzles sign up now and select the premium subscription package.