Wording is one the best word games I have made. It’s simple to learn/play yet very challenging to play well. The goal is to build words with the set of 18 letters you are given, using each letter just once and trying to plan your words so that they include all the letters (while also trying to make long words).
Everything to do with brain games and mind games.
This game is similar to the game Minesweeper, only a little more involved. The game board consists of a grid of concealed pieces. One by one you need to flip them and use the information they provide – distance to bomb and density of bombs – to deduce the location of all the hidden bombs.
This word game is similar to the classic game of Hangman, except with a little more strategy. In this version, you are still trying to guess a sentence, but you want to try to do so as efficiently as possible, using as few of the available cheats as you can.
This is a math version of the Chinese tile game mahjonng. The goal is to eliminate all the tiles in groups of three that are mathematically-related (via sum, GCD, product etc). Play the tiles carefully and you may be able to clear them all.
This is a visual search game using photography. You will be presented with a little chunk of a picture and you will have to search it out in a grid of similar picture chunks.
In Number Crunch, you need to eliminate all the pieces from the game board by clicking on the numbers in numerical order. As you do so, the pieces will crunch down towards the bottom until you have removed them all. The faster you can complete the task – and the fewer errors you make while doing so – the better your score.
For those of you who like puzzle games and logic tests, have a go at this one. The object of this brain game is to work your way from row to row by making connections between similar pieces. It requires you to plan ahead and manage your pieces wisely, less you become stuck. I’m interested [...]
Numbology is a game of math & numbers. The goal is to prevent the columns of blocks from rising by eliminating pieces through mathematical relationships. If you are unable to make matches quickly enough, the blocks will rise to the top and you will lose.
This is a variation on the Zirch theme where all the letters move in straight lines across the gameboard. The general premise is the same – seek out the letters Z,I,R,C & H – except this time you get a limited opportunity to catch them as they will vanish one they pass across the gameboard. You are essentially like a goalie trying to prevent any of the letters from passing you by.
This is a game of focus and typing skill. Your job is to pay very careful attention to each of the sliding numbers on the gameboard. As the sliders move back and forth, you need to press the associated number each time it passes over one of the red target areas. If you successfully do so, the slider will light up green to indicate that you caught the target.
This is similar to the classic Memory game except that you need to keep track of what the cards look like rather than where they are located. Each time you flip two cards and reveal their contents, the board will shuffle so you need to associate the letter beneath to the patterns on the back of the cards.
The object of this game is to rebuild the sentences that have been broken apart and jumbled up. Each round of the game you will get a group of words and you have to arrange them such that they make a coherent, grammatically correct sentence.
At long last, Broken Mouse is back. I first released a version of this mind game almost 4 years ago, but eventually removed it because it was buggy. This new verison is considerably different but still presents the same mind-boggling challenge. Frustrating yet strangely addictive, the goal is to work your way through the various [...]
The goal of this word game is to arrange the letters into a grid such that you make as many vertical and horizontal words as possible. Each round of the game begins which a number of fixed letters along the diagonal which you need to build your words around using the letters available to you. Add, remove, and otherwise tweak the letters until you have created a board with at least 5 words.
In this Numbles game, you need to search the grid for the various number groups that constitute mathematical relationships. Each round there will be a list provided of the groups you need to find (product sets, odd sets, adding sets, even sets, prime sets, straight sets & GCD sets) and you need to scan the grid looking for each of them, clicking on the constituent numbers to eliminate them from the list.