Very neat small puzzle to train your visual
skills. During 40 seconds spot seven differences among two almost
identical pictures. To highlight the difference - simply click it.
Quite simple, but don't forget about the time!

A cute Flash version of the famous Wolf, Sheep &
Cabbage challenge. Rules are classics; the interactive version makes
it a nice fairytale-style riddle.

Take a look at the shape in the left box. Remember what it
looks like. Now redraw the shape in the right box. The
trick is that the size and position of the shape you draw
don't matter, only the angles! What would be your average
score? Flash puzzle, 4 levels, 5 shapes at each level.

Eight one-sided hexagonal tiles remind the images of the 3D
1x1x1 cubes with color faces. Assemble the tiles into a
flat shape looking like a 3D 2x2x2 cube. Two different
puzzles in one.

Inspired by M.C. Escher's "Reptiles"
the SHMUZZLE™ Puzzle has pieces of the salamander shape.
These pieces fit together trillions of ways only ONE of
which is correct. Flash version of Sam Savage's design.

Some letters are linked with red
paths, some are not. Click the linked letters only so that
to spell out the words - the numbers from 1 to 10. Each
letter can be clicked more than once. A new version of the
classic linked letters game from Manythings.org Vocabulary.

Play your favorite Tic Tac Toe game in
3D space. Be careful to evaluate each potential combination
since many of them tend to hide from you all the time. Feel
different than in 2D version?

Move all red, yellow, and blue pieces
to the correct face of the cube as indicated by the arrows.
To move a piece, just click it. It will jump either to an
empty spot next to it, or to an empty spot behind the
neighbor piece. 45 is claimed to be the best possible
score!

An interactive version of the famous
Sudoku puzzle. Drag the tiles onto the grid in order a
number is used only once in each row or column, and in each
of the 3x3 region. In case you've put a wrong number, drag
another one over it. Three difficulty levels plus a hint
system.

A crossword where your hints are
images! Each time an image is displayed for the current
active red cell. This can be either an across or down
word/image, or both of them simultaneously. The useful "Get
1 Letter" and "Show Errors" helpers are included.

Write down a 2+ digit number,
rearrange its digits into a new number, subtract the
smaller from the larger, multiply by any number, circle one
of the digits in the number, except zero, type in the
uncircled digits and see... something interesting.

No accelerator or brake, just right
and left arrow keys to drive a car. Five races with 5 laps
each. You are one of the seven racers but you score the
points only when you are in top 5. How good racer are you?
A racing game from Gamedesign.jp.

Click to move a pair of linked balls
in order to explode all the balloons. Watch out obstacles
in your way and don't forget you are playing against the
time to complete each level. What's your guess how many
levels you can complete? A multilevel game from
GlobZ.

Guide the red dot through the maze in order
to join the other dots at the exit. But beware! Somewhere while
you'll be passing through, the maze can bring you a switching
surprise. Don't be afraid of it and simply don't miss the point!

Help the workers bust the bricks before they
reach the top. To bust 3 bricks of the same color, or 3 eye
bricks, or 3 mouth bricks must be touching. A face, made of an eye
brick on top of a mouth, earns you a special bonus.

A series of the popular Sudoku-like puzzles
adapted to the 4x4 grid and aimed to kids. No two identical shapes
should appear in a column, row or in each of the two main diagonals.
Some shapes are already placed. The rest is about logic and fun.

There are 13 small rectangular cards in the
image. If you exchange two groups of the cards you'll find only twelve
of them left. Where did the missing card vanish? Could you explain
this?

Restore an image of flowers from the
scrambled square pieces. The Drag-and-drop and the Rotation options to the
pieces are available. A simple 3x5 put-together puzzle from
kids-puzzles.com.

Count how much several apples of
certain price and several eggs of another price cost in total. Don't you
want to be wrong while buying?.. Fun math exercises for kids from
KidsPlayPark.com.

Reveal a picture by
answering a set of questions what each thing is: a solid,
a liquid or a gas. As you move along the questions a
picture is uncovered step by step.