Simple but very challenging, Spaztik will challenge your mind on many different fronts. The game is actually a derivative of a task in Broken Mouse that I decided to develop into a game of its own. The goal is very straight-forward: track the motion of the ball with your mouse cursor. The trick is that [...]
Everything to do with brain games and mind games.
Brainfreeze is an unusual brain game in which you need to try to assemble a complete picture from a mess of moving parts. The game board is laid out in a grid and each piece of the grid contains a portion of a picture. The goal is to work piece by piece freezing these fragments until you build a whole, coherent image.
This is a memory game that requires you to remember the arrangement of objects in space. You will start each round with a few seconds to memorize the board before moving onto the recall phase in which you need to recreate the pattern from a blank slate.
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.
Sands of time consists of a number of colored balls dropping from the top of the game board. Along the bottom is a “hole” moving back and forth. Your job is to drag the balls and place them such that they will fall into the hole. Basically, you are trying to arrange them so that the ball and the hole will intersect in time and space.
Word Zirch is a dynamic word search game in which you need to find your target word among the many words floating about the screen. Instead of the words/letters being locked up in a grid, in this game they are bouncing around the screen.
Whitts is a card game in which you strategically play cards from the board into one of two different piles. The goal is to play the cards such that they form groups of 3 that are the same color, number, consecutive etc. Plan your moves in advance to optimize your score.
This is a difficult math game in which you need to arrange the numbers on the board such that they form the maximum number of mathematical relationships. The numbers are taken in groups of three, vertically, horizontally and diagonally. Strategically adjust the grid to create sums, products, straights, GCDs, prime sets & even/odd sets.
Zirch is a fun search game where you need to pick out all the Zs, Is, Rs, Cs and Hs from the mess of moving letters and visual distractions. The game starts of simply enough with just letters, but with each successive level it becomes more challenging.
ReMemory is an unsual memory test in which you need to work through a board matching numbers and keep track of which numbers match which. As soon as you complete the board you will be presented with the exact same board again, and you will be scored on how well you remember the placement of the matches. The idea is that the first time through you are playing with blind luck but the second you have your memory to guide you, and should theoretically be able to complete the board with few errors.
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.
The goal of this logic puzzle is to arrange the pieces on the game board such that no two pieces of the same color are adjacent. Strategically swap the pieces around the board and try to solve the puzzle in as few moves as possible.
Quadrants is a tetris-style game in that you need to strategically place the falling blocks, and prevent the pieces from building up to the top of the playing board. However, in this game, the pieces are all shaped the same – as squares, so you are not trying to fit them in spatially. Instead, you are trying to match their colors, as each piece has 4 colors (one per side).
The object of this multi-tasking game is to keep track of the balls in the different windows and prevent them from hitting the edge of the screen. You need to simultaneously manage four or more windows and switch back and forth between them redirecting the moving balls.
This game is the first in a series of games that require you to juggle two or more tasks at the same time. In this case, you need to dodge the moving shapes with your mouse cursor, while also entering in numbers on your keyboard.