Even if you have never played Sudoku, you must have heard about its irresistible fun. Why not try it now? In this game, your goal is to fill in the blanks with the numbers 1 to 9 such that the numbers will not be repeated in each row, column and 3x3 square. Click on a number in the number pad to fill a blank on the grid and use X to remove a number. Finish the puzzle in no time Continue …

# puzzle games

## Kakuro

Kakuro is like a blending of Sudoku and a crossword puzzle. Fill in the grid so that each row and column adds up to the given number, without repeating numbers. It is a fun game that uses logic and addition in order to solve each puzzle. Give it a whirl! Continue …

## Matchsticks

The rules of Matchsticks seem very easy, but the puzzles are not! Your goal is to take away the required number of matches to make the right number of squares. Click on individual matches to remove them. Note that all overlapping squares will also be counted and each piece of matchstick must be a part of a square. Think before you act as the matches cannot be put back once Continue …

## Four Piece Tangram

Do not look down upon this ancient puzzle game - it may be much more complicated than you imagined! Your task is to make use of the 4 tiles provided to form the required shapes. Click and drag the center of a tile to move it to a desired position. Rotate the tile by dragging it around the center or flip the piece by dragging through the center. Note that the tiles cannot Continue …

## Count the Cubes

Here are ten fun levels of cube counting awesomeness! You will exercise your memory, your spacial reasoning, and your abs all in one go. Well, maybe not your abs, but you could do some crunches afterwards. Play using nothing but your brain and your mouse. Count how many cubes you see, type in the number on the given keypad, then hit submit and cross your fingers. Continue …

## Water Jars

Puzzles like these are from long ago but they are still challenging and fun. If you have two pitchers, one that holds five liters of water and one that holds seven liters of water, can you measure out six liters of water? The answer is yes, but you have to do a little thinking and a little pouring of water back and forth. Use your mouse to see how long it takes you to Continue …