Five transparent pieces. Each one
contains a different tetramino shape on it with black &
white cells. The goal is to stack the five pieces up so
that a regular 4x4 chessboard (tetraboard) would appear.
Can you help to clear snow from the
parking lot after the past night's snow storm? At some
point you can't pile up more snow, though you can move the
piles around. What's your best clearing percent at each
level? Bear in mind, a cup of hot coffee is your prize!
Get 19 pieces on the Hexagram so that
their contacting edges would match with the respective
colors: black to black, white to white. Click START to get
started. Click a piece and then click a vacant cell in the
Hexagram in order to get it there. Click the piece twice in
order to rotate it...
Click a tile and then click any cell
in the respective horizontal or vertical line. The tile
will travel there. But note, along with it all other tiles
in the line will travel the same distance. A life is lost
when you run out of time. Three lives lost - game is over.
25 levels to play - by Nick Kouvaris.
Propel your sailboat forward with the
help of word making. The longer the word and the higher the
values of the letters in it, the stronger the wind filling
out your sails. Create word by word to give your boat wind
and win the race!
When a disk is clicked all the disks
from the two diagonals intersecting at the spot of this
disk change their color to the opposite, including the
clicked disk, - white to grey and grey to white. The goal
is to turn all the disks in the array to one color.
Hunt down a word chosen randomly by
the computer. Each time you type a word be sure it is
between the two ones provided. A good word will replace the
top or the bottom one, thus, reducing the scope of the
search. Keep trying until you guess the right word!
Get all the colored squares moved into the
boxes of the respective colors. A yellow target is used to move
the outer cells around. Keep moving them strategically so that all
of the same colored squares and boxes are matched up in the same
Click a tile to launch a rotational chain
reaction - as long as possible. Tiles start each other when their
lines are connected. Naturally, the question is what tile to click
in order to release the longest possible chain reaction.
An elegant six piece sliding block puzzle. With
sliding the pieces around the light has to be turned on. In other
words from the No-Off to the On-Off. They state 44 moves are enough
for the switch to be done. Can you accomplish the goal by yourself? By
Starting from the central square, step out the
roman number sequence from I to XL (1 to 40), starting I, II, III, IV
etc. Does this maze look like the years are passing by... or in
contrast more like we are making our own way through them?
Albert von Braun to free the red blob from the
laboratory sliding it to the upper left corridor, while
other blobs are blocking its way out. A collaborative
work from M. Oskar van Deventer and James W. Stephens.