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This is a pretty straight-forward math game. You need to build equations with the numbers and operators given such that they equal the target numbers. The challenge is in using the numbers wisely so you are able to build all the equations in each round.

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.

Broken Words in an fun online word puzzle in which you need to assemble English words from broken-up segments. Each round you will be given a number of letter chunks (such as ‘ch’, ‘ap’, ‘st’) and you need to properly group them to rebuild the original words.

The game of Twinkles requires you to match color patterns. This might sound pretty easy, but there’s a catch: the patterns are in motion. And when I say motion, I don’t mean moving in space, I mean moving in time.

Dodgeball is a fun flash game that requires you to dodge the moving balls as you navigate around the game board with your mouse collecting your targets. As the game progresses, the balls get larger and move faster, making the game ever-more-difficult.

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.

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 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 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.

This is similar to the classic word search game – seek out words hidden in a grid of numbers – except that in this game you have a time limit for each word. The faster you can find the words, and the fewer of them you miss, the better you will score.

This logic game is a spin-off from one of the BrainBall tasks. The object is to eliminate the pieces from the board while creating as many color matches as possible. Success requires a great deal of planning, making this a great brain exercise!

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 object of this word jumble game is to unscramble the jumbled words before they hit the bottom of the screen. Words will begin at the top and slowly fall towards the bottom so you have a limited amount of time to decipher each word.

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.

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