In this task you need to translate a number into a location within a grid of squares. You are given a target number and you have to determine where in the grid that numnber lies. The top-left square represents spot #1 and the spot numbers increases sequentially from left to right, wrapping from line to [...]
The goal of the game is to group numbers together such that they add up to 100 – or as close as possible. Move pieces from the game board to the adding queue by clicking on them. Once you’ve added a piece you may not remove it. Add as many numbers as you want to [...]
In this game, you need to drag a circle onto a target. The trick is that as soon as you grab the circle and begin to drag, the target will disappear. Essentially, this task is about developing a feel for your mouse or keypad, learning to move it accurately without seeing the cursor. You earn [...]
In this task, you are presented with a grid of pieces. Each piece has two characteristics: shape and color. After 15 seconds the grid will reset and you have to try and recreate it as best as you can. Click on a piece to rotate through the shapes. Then, once you have selected a shape, [...]
This is a game of memory where you need to track of the locations of different letters. Each of these letters is located within one of the four windows. You may switch in between these windows using the numbered buttons on top. Your target letter is displayed at top. This is the one you need [...]
The goal of this game is to reduce the board of tiles so that only one tile remains. Sometimes this is difficult or even impossible but try to leave as few pieces as you can. Eliminate the pieces by dragging tiles onto one another. You may only combine tiles that have consecutive numbers, for instance [...]
Seek out the target picture in the grid and click on it. If you are correct you will get a new target and a new grid. Otherwise your incorrect guess will disappear and you need to continue looking.
This is a interesting game of memory. You will be presented with a series of pieces, each of which is labeled with a number. This number indicates how long the piece will remain active, in seconds. When you are presented with a piece, you can drag it and place it into any one of the [...]
The goal of this task is to eliminate the pieces from the board by making connections between similar pieces. Each piece has three properties, color, shape and number. In order to match pieces, they need to have at least one element in common. The pieces are arranged into rows. You need to move from row [...]
In this game you will complete the same activity 2 times. The first time you will be playing randomly, but the second time you will be working on memory. Eliminate the pieces by dragging like numbers onto each other. Only specific combinations will work. Remember them. You have only a limited time to complete each [...]
The object of this task is to locate the group of colors within the grid. The colors must appear just as they do in the target piece. Each target piece is a 3×3 grid of colored squares. As you mouse over an individual square within the target grid, its associated 3×3 group becomes highlighed. When [...]
This is a game of math and strategy. The game board consists of a grid of (blue) numbers and a bunch of (yellow) numbers. The object of the game is to use the yellow numbers to eliminate the blue numbers from the board. To play, drag a yellow piece onto the boundary between two of [...]
In this game you will be presented with a 4×5 grid of squares, each containing a letter. At any given time, all but two of these pieces will be changing at regular intervals, cycling upwards through the alphabet (from A to B to C and so on). Your job is to pay very careful attention [...]
This task is very simple. Every couple seconds, a colored square will appear on the screen. If it is orange or blue, click your mouse. If it is green or purple, hit the spacebar. If it is red, do nothing. Your score is based on how quickly you react versus how many mistakes (choosing the [...]
Match the line patterns. Each pattern has exactly one match. Click on a pattern to select it, and then click on its match. (Or click a second time on the original piece to deactivate it) Each line pattern is randomly rotated and therefore may not appear in the same orientation as its match.