It's not a square, it's a Bloxorz. These challenging puzzles ask: Can you get a rectangular cube into a square hole?
Fitz! is a new generation of well-known match-three puzzle games! This online puzzle game takes 30 seconds to learn but offers at least 30 hours to play! Simple rules: swap tiles to make a line of three or more of the same form, make them burst and unlock the colored playfield parts. Master your skills, discover tricks and compete with other players in multiplayer mode. Let this pretty online puzzle become your favorite online game!
Connect Four is an absorbing and challenging game of vertical strategy that’s easy to learn and fun to play. Rules are simple. Each player tries to build a row of four playing pieces in the frame - horizontally, vertically, or diagonally - while trying to prevent his opponent from doing the same.
Tetris Game is a puzzle with shapes, each consisting of several squares, which are falling down a well. By turning and moving the shapes, try to arrange them in a line. When a line of squares is formed, it disappears and all the pieces move down by a square. Try to prevent the well from filling up.
Clear out the cubes as they advance towards the top of the screen by clicking on the colored squares. Click on a group of 3 or more of the same colored squares to remove them. Clicking on wrong squares will reduce your score.
Get the ball into the hole in one shot. Insert springs etc. to help you.
The Snake Game in 3D. Don't run the snake into the wall, or his own tail: you die. Use your cursor keys: up, left, right, and down. Eat the colored apples to gain points. Higher (and faster) play levels award more points.
Play BubbleQuod Game and try to free yourself from the bubble quod, complete all 50 puzzle levels by bouncing off sharp inanimate objects to pop the bubble and break free.
Get the sheep into their pens. Be careful not to get knock down by cars or sink in the river.
Arrange colors to complete a pattern.
Solve puzzles involving arranging numbers on a diagram so that they add up to a given value.
Win this game by moving the pegs on the left past the pegs on the right.
Use all seven Chinese puzzle pieces to make shapes and solve problems.
Use inference and logic to play a game and guess a hidden pattern of pegs.
Use deduction to find the counterfeit coin.
Solve this virtual version of the classical fifteen puzzle by arranging its tiles.
This game tests several thinking skills simultaneously, so be prepared to put on your thinking cap! You must rearrange the game tiles to create one or more sums as directed on the screen, before the time runs out!
Rearrange the gray circles so each red circle lies on the midpoint of a segment connecting two gray circles.
Side by Side Addition
You are given a list of seven numbers in a row, and you must rearrange the numbers in such a way that no adjacent numbers add to a third number in the row.
Side by Side Factors
You are given a list of seven numbers in a row, and you must rearrange the numbers in such a way that all adjacent numbers are relatively prime.
Side by Side Expert
You are given a list of seven numbers in a row, and you must rearrange the numbers in such a way that no two adjacent numbers add or subtract to a third number in the row.
A Subtraction Triangle is sort of like Pascal's Triangle, only it is upside down...and backwards!
Place numbers in rows and columns in order to add to the specified sums.
Fill and Pour
Solve puzzles requiring you to fill and pour containers.
A puzzle involving adding positive and negative integers to sum to zero.
A puzzle involving adding positive real numbers to sum to three.
A puzzle involving adding positive and negative integers to sum to twenty one.
A puzzle involving adding positive and negative integers to sum to ninety nine.
Towers of Hanoi
Solve the tower problem and test your theory by varying the number of disks.
Rotate to landscape screen format on a mobile phone or small tablet to use the Mathway widget, a free math problem solver that answers your questions with step-by-step explanations.