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 Cups and Peas Puzzle from Andrea Gilbert and Graham Rogers One more masterpiece from Andrea Gilbert and Graham Rogers' workshop, based on Andy Williams' idea. Catch all the peas in cups of matching color, and you win! Play  |  Source
 Septangle Puzzle by Paul Nahay You have m different shapes of n corners each, and you have to put all the corners on a circle with no corner overlapping another. It's not funny. It's a real die-hard - now in Java. Play  |  Source  |  Hall of Fame
 Robix from eyetricks.com Just get 10 of your green marbles to the bottom before your computer opponent does. Use logic, some strategy and... a reset button to win this game. Play  |  Source
 Blet Clicking in the middle of a pattern 010 changes it to 101 and vice-versa. The object is to maximize the number of 1's. The maximum number of 1's possible is 23. Play
 The 3-D Tilt Mazes from ClickMazes A ball and three layers make up this set of 3D Tilt Mazes by Andrea Gilbert of Clickmazes. Now you can drop and lift the ball as the addition to the north-east-south-west moves on your way to the goal. Play  |  Source
 Move the Trains by Ishihama Yoshiaki Do you remember those little smart puzzles with two trains switch on a railroad? Try one of them, now as the Java version from Ishihama Yoshiaki, with everything as should be: locomotives, coaches, sidetracks... Play  |  Source
 Alice Maze by Robert Abbott A new series of eight interactive mazes from Bob Abbott. They recall that well-known scene in Alice in Wonderland where she eats a piece of cake with the sign “Eat Me”, and then drinks from a bottle marked “Drink Me”. Just try to solve them and you'll understand why. Play  |  Source
 Really Hard Puzzle by Armin Kielack One of the most difficult type of put-together puzzles performed by Armin Kielack - matching puzzle (Heads and Tails puzzles). You'll see the very name of it really matches the puzzle itself :). Play  |  Source
 The Beetle by Serhiy Grabarchuk A sliding block puzzle where you have just to exchange red and yellow blocks. But for this you have to escape from the "parity" trap. This puzzle was one of the exchange puzzles at the Luxembourg Puzzle Party in 1996. Play  |  Source
 Farmer and Wife To Catch Rooster and Hen by Alexander Bogomolny This is a Java version of one of the famous Sam Loyd's puzzle made by Alexander Bogomolny. Just help the farmer and his wife to catch their rooster and hen. Do you think it will be easy to do? Play  |  Source
 Oskar's Hysteresis Mazes from ClickMazes A set of puzzling mazes based on an original mechanical puzzle by Oskar van Deventer. An ingenious invention, and really hard challenges. This applet is nicely performed by Andrea Gilbert. Play  |  Source
 Quadrion Puzzle by Serhiy Grabarchuk This 15-piece sliding block puzzle gives you a real possibility to escape from the famous parity principle and successfully accomplish the 15-14 exchange! Play  |  Source
 The Sliding-Door Maze by Robert Abbott Open the door before you reach it. Does it sound strange? Yes, it does. And this Hi End maze is all about it. Go for it and try to find your own way out. Play  |  Source
 Broken Heart by Junichi Yananose One of the best modern sliding block puzzles ever - Broken Heart by Junichi Yananose. Though it doesn't require too many moves you will be surprised that sometimes it's difficult to find any further move at all. Play  |  Source
 Marble Mazes from ClickMazes "Losing your marbles has never been so much fun". Tilt a tray with red and black marbles to drop all the red ones into a gray hole. Funny and clever challenges and a great applet by Andrea Gilbert. Play  |  Source
 Theseus and the Minotaur by Robert Abbott This maze is really fun… gets the adrenaline pumping! While you are going through the maze, you are being stalked by another being! The rendering is a little primitive, but the play is exciting… and the sound effects put it over the top! Another Bob Abbott classic. Play  |  Source
 Balance Scale by Erich Friedman These weight puzzles are not for the faint-hearted. But if you like to balance things in your mind, you’ve hit on the right place. Have at it… this is a great collection! Play  |  Source
 MultiState Mazes from MathPuzzle Follow here to descriptions of a number of interesting mazes, that you have to print out and play for yourself. Unusual rules, clever, links to other sites. Play  |  Source
 3D Mazes from Thinks.com This site contains a number of large, complex route mazes. Nothing special about how they are designed… just good, old fashioned mazes that you can play on the internet with your arrow keys. Good luck… and pleasant pastimes! Play  |  Source
 ZeroSumMaze by Ishihama Yoshiaki As you make your way through this maze, you pass over numbers and the computer accumulates your score for you. The object is to reach the lower right with a "Zero Sum". Somewhat rough, but intriguing. To get started, reset the grid to 3x3 or some reasonably small set of cells. Play  |  Source
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