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.
Everything to do with brain games and mind games.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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 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.
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.
Patches is a search game in which you need to scan a grid of colors for a specific patch or pattern. A group of colored squares will appear and you need to search for the section in the grid that matches the target pattern.
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.
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.
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 math game is another BrainBall spin-off. The goal is to group together numbers to construct specific sums. There is nothing too complicated or fancy about this game, it just requires really quick mental artithmetic skills.
Color Blinded is an online flash game that will challenge your ability to focus on more than one thing at once. The object is to correctly determine the color of each of the balls by watching how the interact with the different squares as they pass beneath them.