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.
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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.
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 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 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 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 [...]
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.
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 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.
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.
Retroception is a game that will challenge you iconic memory (short-term visual memory) by asking you to click on targets that have just vanished. One by one the targets will disappear from the game board and your job is to click as close as possible to where they were before the disappeared.
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).
This game is a test of your spatial sense. You will be presented with a number of shapes arranged in a pattern – this is your template. Below this template is a blank workspace where you need to try to recreate the pattern as accurately as possible. Drag the shapes into the workspace and position/rotate them to match the template.
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 this typing game, the goal is to type the nonsense sentences as quickly as possible. You will have only a limited time to type each sentence correctly and if you are unable to do so, you will move further away from passing the round. Conversely, if you do successfully type the word within the allotted time, you will move closer to passing.