Fancy a puzzle? Below are some quick and easy puzzles.
Znumbers Every box on field is labeled with a number between 1 and 4. The box may only be moved by that amount on free positions (X). Your goal is to move every box once and turn it grey. Znumbers is a simple but challenging game.
Znax Click 4 tiles of the same color and form squares as big as you can. You will erase all the tiles inside the square and collect points. Get maximum score if you make a square with game edges. Znax can be found in many websites with high score tables.
tilt This is a flash remake of a great little puzzle called ’2D Tilt Mazes’. Click on flash and use keyboard arrows to tilt the ball and hit the blue targets. Press ‘ctrl’ key to restart current maze anytime, click black arrow to pass a level, you can play 11 levels here.
Tilox The aim of the game is to remove all pieces by jumping on them. Use keyboard arrows to jump up, down, left and right. Hold down ‘ctrl’ key to make a bigger (2 units) jump. Press ‘space’ to restart level anytime, 14 levels to play.
threesome You and two friends are stuck in a building. The three of you want to move to other room(s). Can you work together reaching your goal? Manouvre the three players (dots) onto their X target. Place a dot on a coloured marker to open doors of matching colour. Two doors of the same colour needs 2 dots on matching markers. You can also move a dot between doors and leave it there. Change player using ‘ctrl’ key and use keyboard arrows to move.
Square This is a puzzle inspired by Erich Friedman’s Square Puzzles. Fill the grid with squares according the numbers below and at the right. Turn all lights green to complete the puzzle, 7 levels to play. Click ‘clear’ anytime to reset grid.
Spy is a simple but addictive little game. You start on a random position and you can click only the numbered box next to you (up, down, left, right or diagonal) using numbers to move through the board. Avoid bombs, your body parts, and do not exceed the board edges.
Sokolan The objective is to place the boxes onto their corresponding shapes. Use keyboard arrows to move and push the box you want. Click the question mark and read the instructions to get the idea. Click ‘undo’ to undo a move, or ‘reset’ to reset current level. Click small arrows to select the level you want to play.
Slidingblock Move the red block out of the frame
Skid Start from the S and move horizontally and vertically through grid. Visit each square exactly once, move according the number you clicked. Each puzzle has a unique solution, click ‘reset’ anytime to restart level. Skid puzzles copyright by Erich Friedman, you can play here 21 levels
Quarda Try to assemble all small squares of the same color in vertical lines. Do that by rotating squares inside box in clockwise or counterclockwise direction. Use keyboard arrow keys to move box, ‘Z’ and ‘X’ keys to rotate. Make 5 rows to win, click arrows to select level anytime.
Q is a hidden puzzle game inside Ericsson T68i. Push the coloured marbles into their corresponding holes. Drag a coloured marble in the direction you wish to push it. Click and hold mouse on a marble then move mouse. Choose direction and release mouse. Click arrows to select the level you want to play before you start the game, press ‘ctrl’ to restart level or ‘q’ to exit anytime.
Parking move every car into their own coloured area.
Ledix is a sokoban style game. Your goal is to push boxes on correct positions. Small levels but can be delightfully tricky and surprisingly difficult to solve. Use keyboard arrows to move, every room has a solution, remember that. Press ‘ctrl’ to reset current level anytime.
Freefall The aim of this game is to remove all colored shapes from the board. Keep in mind that colored shapes are always subject to gravity first. The number of moves you can make in each level is limited. Click on a shape and move mouse right or left, then release mouse. Freefall is a remake of an old java game by Denis Auroux, here you can play 20 levels. Click ‘restart’ to reset current level anytime.
D-Star Arrowkeys to control, ‘space’ to swap places ball/square, ‘ctrl’ to reset game. The objective of the game is to collect all yellow balls by moving the blue ball. When you move in any direction, you will keep moving until you hit something. You have to use the square to block your path, press ‘space’ key to swap position. D-Star is a remake of an old game, originally written by Joe Wingbermuehle.
Cubilus The objective is to place all the blocks onto their corresponding shapes. Click on the blocks and drag them in the direction you want to push them. Click on ‘Cubilus’ to reset stage, click arrows to select the level you like. Cubilus is based on Klas Kroon’s ‘Cubeoban’, you can play here 20 levels.
Cube You start with eight cubes around a center hole. Each cube is black on the top and white on the bottom. Roll cubes in the start position but with the white faces on top. Click on a cube to roll it. It is possible to win in 36 moves. This game was invented in 1975 by John Harris
Carpuzzle drive the car to the exit.
Blix is a simple but quite addictive game. Click on grey arrows to scroll horizontal layers left or right and make verctical rows of 3 same color boxes to win moves. Game is over when you have no more moves available. Click on ‘Blix’ anytime to reset game.
Black box is a famous puzzle game invented by Eric Solomon in the 1970s. Your goal is to discover the whereabouts of five hidden atoms in a black box by sending rays of light into the box and observing if and where the rays emerge. An atom will either absorb a ray if the ray hits it head on, or deflect a ray through 90 degrees if it comes close (passes through an adjacent row or column). Two deflections can occur at the same time forcing a ray to return and emerge at its entry point, this is referred to as reflection. Click ‘reset’ to generate another arrangement of hidden atoms. Click ‘view’ to check your guesses and display the position of the atoms. To activate a ray click on one of the edge dark color buttons. To mark your guesses with a + click on the unmarked central buttons. To undo a guess just click on it again. Note that rays may be deflected several times before emerging from the box or before being absorbed or reflected. To warm up try hitting the view button on the game to show the atom locations and fire some rays, you can still fire even after the atoms are revealed.