Make all sixteen squares the same
color. Clicking a square switches its color and the colors
of all the squares surrounding it. The moves are counting.
It seems the task won't be easy and some algorithm of
clicking has to be applied.
A new collection of small sliding
block puzzles for the serious addicts. The board is always
rectangular but the triangle parts of the pieces are of the
greater importance. Only horizontal and vertical moves are
allowed, though very often you will be tempted to move
Help the mummy of pharaoh Tutan-gammon rebuild
all pyramids which were raised in honor of Rah. You will deal with
mobile tiles turning over when you leave them, star-gates working as
teleports or opposite side of the maze. 100 levels.
Move the red-white-and-blue crate from the
lowCrate Movinger-left corner to the upper-right corner (between the
red and blue posts). Use your mouse to drag the crates. The posts
block the movement of the crates. It's claimed the task can be
performed in less than 70 steps.
R. JIMLAND INC. can afford only one
electric light bulb for their security lighting, but they
have installed an array of moveable mirrors. Your goal is
to rotate the mirrors in order to illuminate an intruder. A
set of 10 mazes from Eric W. Solomon.
Place every bead in the circle of its
own color (the numbers are also provided as alternative).
The rule is simple - if you click a bead its two neighbors
change places. The puzzle includes levels of 5, 7, 9, 11,
13, 15 and 17 beads.
When a circle is clicked, six circles
around it rotate - clockwise or counterclockwise (you can
reverse the direction as you wish). The goal is to reach
three patterns, one by one, observing that simple rotation
Drag the wriggly worms around the
maze until you can release the blue wriggler through the
light-blue gateway. No other color wriggle can pass through
the gateway. The latest and greatest variant on the
wriggle-puzzle. Named in honor of
A cube is made of 27 smaller glass
cubes which are either clear or blue. The surface of a cube
is "unfolded" into a "see-through" net. Your job is to
identify the color of the square on the surface based on
the net's pattern.
Two small checkerboards, 4x4 and
3x3, can be reassembled into one bigger, 5x5, checkered
one. The Tangramboard Plus makes rather a very hard
challenge, so you'll need some patience to crack this new
puzzle nut by
You are provided with three views
of a 3D shape - top, front and right. Would you be able to
re-create the shape, but strictly using the number of the
cubes given for that? Ten 3D problems which are definitely
not easy! Programmed by WisWeb.
Enter at the bottom and exit at the
top of the maze always stepping over the internal lines in
the same repeating order - red-white-blue, red-white-blue
and so on. If you get stuck (it is promised you will) you
can either back-track or restart.
Get to the star marked GOAL in a
series of moves. You can only end your move on a star that
has either the same color or the same shape as the star at
the start of your move. An interactive version of a cover
maze from GAMES Magazine, December, 2006.
A 2-in-1 checkerboard puzzle. Twelve
checkered pieces have to be arranged into the TOY word.
Then they have to be arranged into a regular 8x8
chessboard. The object is to solve both challenges. Sound
like a toy?
Five transparent tetramino pieces with
only thin outlines constitute a nice environment for a
variety of square-grid-based patterns. Almost 20 patterns
are already given. Surely, release your own creativity and
build several more patterns on your own.
A set of mazes where the walls
change with every step you make! Reach the red square
following one simple diagonals swap rule: when you
move forward, the square at your right-back swaps with the
square on your left-front. Don't let the walls entrap you!
A clone of a great java game called
Socolor. Your goal is to push the tiles of the same color
together in a group. Use the keyboard arrows to push the
tiles. Almost two dozen challenges in the set. You can
select or reset a challenge anytime.
Each time you rotate either vertical
or horizontal pair of neighboring tiles, with number 5 on
both of them. The object is to get all nine tiles in the
3x3 grid with all their 5's in correct position. After a
level is complete you earn 5 additional moves for the next
one. How many levels would you be able to pass through?..