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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 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.

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.

This is a challenging card came that requires a good deal of forethought and strategy. You start with 10 cards in your hand and a bunch of cards arranged on the board. The goal is to play back and forth from your hand and the board, eliminating the cards by matching like-suits or numbers.

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.

This fun typing game rewards consistency and accuracy over speed. If you can get in a ‘typing zone’ and go long stretches without mis-typing any letters or missing any words, your score for each word will increase and increase. However, as soon as you make a typo or fail to complete a word before it [...]

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 [...]

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 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.

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.

In this fun word game, you need to work against time to patch together the words and fill in all their holes. Work with the set of loose letters to assemble a set of valid English words.

This is a quirky little typing game in which you need to be very, very careful not to make typos, and to type the phrases/sentences exactly as they appear. The game is so named a) because you lose once you have made 10 typos and b) because some of the text you are typing actually contains intentional typos or other strange errors.

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.

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.

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!

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