This page lists the newest building games & construction-based games for kids added to the Learn4Good Games Area, where you can play fun & educational games online for free with your school friends and family. Happy building, and always remember – Safety First!
Creative types required! Use pinpoint, logical drawing skills to create ramps (tracks) that carry a stunt biking daredevil to safety in a series of increasingly-difficult jump stunts! Stunt Bike Draw is a cool, challenging construction game and physics-based puzzle activity for creative kids and teens where you must create (draw) specialized custom-made ramps onto classic ‘daredevil stunt jump’ arenas in order to ensure your extremely brave dirt bike stuntman makes it safely to the finish line. The speed, momentum and trajectory of the bike is entirely dependent on what way you draw the ramp.
Budding young architects, fans of interactive ‘design your own level’ games, and extreme sports enthusiasts should enjoy the dynamic, Evel Knievel-style action on show here! Utilizing creative thinking and engineering skills, an appreciation for physics, pinpoint mouse control and a willingness and ability to learn from your mistakes (through good old trial and error), you must constantly alter your ramp configuration in order to make sure your virtual daredevil biker has sufficient speed and momentum to successfully make the jump. Enjoy the fun, stunt bike jumping action!
Immerse yourself behind the scenes in a magical toy creation workshop! Toy Shop is a fun and interactive toy construction game for younger kids where you work against the clock to quickly assemble simple dolls, vehicles and figurines. Utilizing special blueprints and fast mouse movement, you must carefully combine together all component parts of the toys before the cuckoo clock reaches the hour mark.
This light-hearted assembly simulation Flash game requires good observation skills, fast reactions, problem solving determination, and nifty mouse control. The ability to read and understand blueprint-style instructions (drawings) is also important. Let's get making some fun toys!
Play a quick-fire, block-stacking construction game against the clock! The Builder is a fast-paced, interactive tower building game for mobile phone, tablet, notebook, laptop and PC. You play the role of an expert crane operator, and must carefully drop building blocks on top of one another using perfect timing. The catch here is that your crane is constantly on the move, and you must click or tap at the exact correct moment in order to avoid blocks falling off of the tower (Not good!). There's no time to dawdle around as the clock is ticking, and you need to stack as many blocks as you can before it runs out!
This tricky visual puzzle and construction-based arcade game requires good concentration levels and tactful mouse clicking / finger tapping (timing). You must be fully focused as you carefully drop the blocks on top of one another in the climbing tower. Errors are punished ruthlessly here – If a block is dropped just a fraction too early or late, it'll tumble off of your tower! Ok master crane operator, it's time to show off your fancy jib work and tower building skills!
Play a tricky block-stacking construction game & physics-based puzzle that requires a deft problem-solving approach: Woodwork Builder: The City is a challenging, drag-and-drop construction game for older kids & teens where you must fill in an outlined area (on the screen) with a red block. This game also plays like a hidden crane operator simulation activity because the mouse control action and the movement and swing of the objects (blocks, beams and columns) very much feels like you are handling a crane jib control tool.
This game requires good visual awareness, analytical thinking and creative engineering skills, combined with steady mouse control and patience to carefully figure out the best way to create a firm structure or solid support tower that stays upright and provides a platform for your final (red) block to be placed.
This fun, problem-solving activity should prove a good exercise for fans of interactive construction puzzles and physics brain teasers. Ok Master Builder, pop on your hard hat, and let's get to work!
Stack smiling cheese blocks and shapes in this challenging, classic-style, drag-and-drop, construction-based block stacking game for kids: Happy Stacking really tests and exercises your analytical thinking and creative engineering skills and block-balancing ability! In this interactive, physics-based brainteaser, you quickly learn whether your creations really do ‘stack up’ to the test of time.
This stimulating, problem-solving Flash game should prove a good fun activity for young gamers who enjoy block stacking and creative, physics-based challenges. Steady hand and mouse control are key abilities required as you construct stable tower structures that must remain upright for as long as the clock timer goes round. Enjoy the tricky block balancing action!
You'll need your creative construction hard hat for this challenging Tetris-style puzzler! 99 Bricks: Legend of Garry is a very good, interactive building & skill-based game where you must create specialized towers of Tetris blocks in each level. Unlike classic Tetris (where the goal is to keep your tower as low as possible), in 99 Bricks: Legend of Garry, you have to build tall and solid buildings using the familiar rotatable Tetris blocks. Acting as the savior or ‘Brickonia’, your astute construction and engineering talents are required to help rebuild the once great kingdom as you travel from town to town, building Tetris tower-esque skyscrapers of specified heights as you progress.
Fans of online engineering-based brainteasers and freestyle building games should find the tower building gameplay in this cool yet tricky block stacking activity at the higher quality end of the scale. The game is based on the laws of physics and gravity, so your Tetris block towers must be well-balanced and firmly supported in order to remain upright. The gameplay also includes an element of fun and adventure as you actually have a goal of rebuilding towns along your epic journey. Enjoy this great block stacking test of your construction skills, stamina and patience!
DANGER - RAVINE AHEAD! IMMEDIATE BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION ESSENTIAL TO AVOID DISASTER! Viaduct Designer is a difficult physics-based, bridge-building puzzle game where you have to think deeply to find the construction skills required to design bridges that are capable of supporting the weight of a small steam locomotive. The year is 1882, and freight (cargo) is almost exclusively delivered by railroad. However, your region, Steamdom, has suddenly come under attack from very devious robots from the future. These naughty robots are destroying local bridges that enable trains to deliver important goods, food and medicine to towns in Steamdom. A hero is desperately needed to help the people of Steamdom by rebuilding the fallen bridges, and enable the little freight trains to once again reach the stations.
Now, with your next delivery train ready to depart, you play the role of the "impromptu" engineer, and must create safe bridges over treacherous ravines for the chugging freight carrier through using a clever combination of horizontal, vertical, and diagonal beams, columns and support structures. As the game name, Viaduct Designer, suggests, your ultimate goal is to build a sturdy viaduct (a bridge composed of several small-span structures used for crossing over a valley or a gorge). The catch here is that your budget is particularly restricted, and you must prudently make the most of your limited building materials.
This highly-challenging online construction activity is a stern test of the engineering credentials of middle and high school students (and older players)! Plenty of trial and error is required as you methodically and logically link up the various support beams to form a solid, load-bearing structure. Some knowledge of or appreciation for civil engineering and structural engineering could well prove of great benefit here. Put simply - if your bridge doesn’t have all of the structural strengths that would make it stand up in real life, it won’t work here either! Beginner players and younger gamers might ask a parent, older sibling, or teacher to help them with the intricacies of bridge building. Who knows - In future years, you really could be designing high-tech bridges of the future – so just remember where your career all started one fun day on Learn4Good!
Railway Valley 2 is a really intense and challenging train traffic management and construction game for older kids & teens where you have to build a complex railroad system between developing towns. Under extreme pressure, you are tasked with the important job of ‘Chief Railroad Controller’, and must plan out the various routes for each train line in a methodical, step-by-step building process. Initially set in the 1800’s, when train travel was the most popular mode of transport between rapidly growing cities, you must carefully and cleverly grow your rail network as the technology of the day improves generation after generation.
This fun and surprisingly difficult engineering-based brain teaser game requires good strategic planning and organizational development skills, and solid decision making. As well as exercising important life skills such as good timekeeping and multi-tasking, you also need to be right on track with quick physical reactions (For example, if you see a possible collision about to occur, you’d better flip that track switch immediately). Players should quickly learn here that being in charge of a working fleet of trains is no mean feat!
Creative engineering / construction puzzle aficionados should enjoy this game! Blockgineer is an interesting and challenging interactive physics-based construction game where you must use your imagination and design skills to engineer pathways that direct gravity-adhering balls toward their colored matches. Each level begins with a sparsely-filled grid, and at least two same-colored balls separated by distance and hurdles to overcome. You must use both your creative engineering know-how and an arsenal of carefully-positioned blocks and springs to unite a falling with its static counterpart.
This surprisingly addicting technical problem solving activity should prove a good fit for middle and high school students who enjoy tricky online brain teasers, building games, and interactive thinking games in general. Learning through trial and error is the key to success, just as in real-life engineering. Prepare to tackle one of the most popular physics-based puzzles on the web – Happy engineering!
Demolition experts and puzzle busters required! Destructor is an explosion-filled, physics-based destruction game where you must carefully demolish structures using logically-placed C4 explosive sticks. Here, you must use the law of gravity and a toolkit of well-placed explosives to bring steel structures tumbling to the ground in 20 increasingly challenging levels. To succeed on each levels, the falling beams, columns and rubble of your collapsing structure must fall below a certain height (once you set the charges, and everything comes tumbling down). This challenging, strategy-based engineering puzzle activity requires good observation skills and concentration, and good strategy in placing your explosives so that the structures collapse completely. Lots of trial and error may also be required in order to find the best locations for your C4 sticks. Let’s have a blast at solving this problem!
A top 3D building adventure game to challenge your mind and imagination to its limits, and to experiment creatively with new ideas for structures and design. Mine Clone 2 (otherwise know as Mine Clone Version 0.1b), is an epic online construction and engineering-based free-roam game similar in concept to Minecraft. In Mine Clone 2, you become a master landscape creator, and get to explore around a vast 3D world, removing (mining) and restructuring building blocks. The only limits are your imagination, determination and stamina, and you can choose to build (literally) sky-high structures, create your dream house, dig endless tunnels, go on amazing engineering adventures, and more!
This addicting, and downright mind-boggling resource management game should prove an enthralling activity for those of you with a real interest in engineering, construction, industrial manufacturing, architecture, landscaping, and everything in between. You can take a casual, nonchalant approach to your mining work, or make a very serious and concerted effort to create what you regard as structural masterpieces – the choice is entirely yours! This is the kind of game that actively encourages thinking "outside of the box" (perhaps an overused term but extremely important in making development possible) – so let’s see what new wonders you can come up with! Happy mine cloning!
For those of you who enjoy testing your building and creative skills: Explore and design a new world, mine resources, build your dream house or unique landscape or just create new environments for fun. Use your imagination to its limits, challenge your mind, and experiment with new ideas for design.
Gamers who love to play Minecraft (where you place blocks to build things & go on adventures), should also find that they very much enjoy playing Mine Clone (where your imagination, determination and stamina are your only limits). Mine Clone truly is a top creative building, adventure landscaping and design game that requires you to freely roam around and explore a 3D world waiting to be enhanced by you alone, to remove and move (mine) blocks to fill the landscape with new resources, and to build cool new structures from these blocks, and craft new construction tools according to available options. Remember that this game was created to challenge players to learn to think outside of the box, Bigtime! For example, what can you do if you go under water or take your building plans into the air?
Build a railroad track as fast as you can from tile pieces in an intense, interactive puzzle game. In Railroad Tycoon 3, you must quickly assemble a workable train track pathway for an imminent locomotive to make it safely all the way to the next station. A 3-carriage freight train is already on its merry way – however, no one has told the driver that the tracks ahead are yet to be completed! However, that’s where you come in to save the day!
This challenging, construction-based brain teaser for older kids & teens is all about your decision making process and quick reaction speed. In your essential role as ‘super fast railroad constructor’, you must smartly build a smooth, continuous path for the train using the randomly jumbled track sections available on the left side of the grid. Multi-tasking and creative engineering skills also come into play as you try to expertly plan ahead. You can also demolish sections of your track as you progress, as you encounter more complex routes and tricky obstacles to your building process. This means you must smartly re-arrange areas of your track, connect corner sections in advance, plan for more than one possible route, and more. Also, the pressure of knowing that the train is just seconds away is always on your mind!
Don’t let your day just float away! Clear a pathway, control the flood, save the villagers! Flooded Village is an innovative and original engineering-based puzzle game where you can really test your quick-thinking & problem solving skills by having to carefully manage the flow of a large body of water through a grid-based village. You play the role of ‘Flood Manager’, and have to carefully and methodically remove and re-position blocks and obstacles in order to direct the flow of water so that stranded pirates can float/sail, and plants can grow into trees. At the same time, you must also protect vulnerable villagers by making sure they don’t get swept away by the powerful gush. This highly-challenging brain teaser tests your creative engineering skills, strategic planning, good decision making, quick reactions, and more. It could also be a fun interactive activity for young players interested in themes such as irrigation, water treatment, construction, urban planning, and simply finding logical solutions to everyday global problems.
Construct a crazy mouse-trap contraption, and help Tom catch Jerry for once and for all in Tom's Trap-O-Matic, a challenging and interactive online puzzle game for kids and teens where you have to use a combination of wacky devices in order to set a trap that snares Jerry - the legendary cartoon mouse. Tom the Cat has been hunting the cheeky and elusive Jerry for donkey's years, and has finally amassed an arsenal of whimsical and random gadgets that can be used to create a unique contraption and chain reaction of events that finally brings a cage down around poor little Jerry. You play the role of ‘trap manager’, and have to design and set up a step-by-step process using small machines, tiny toys, and moving parts that once activated in sequence will all combine to form a mechanical chain reaction. If you can figure out a solution that combines the correct combination of various gadgets, you can create the most intricate and epic mouse trap of all time!
Based on the iconic cat-and-mouse cartoon series Tom and Jerry, this surprisingly tricky brain teaser game is a real test of your creative engineering know-how, analytical thinking ability, observation skills, and sheer problem-solving determination. Even experienced online puzzle aficionados may find the task of putting together a working mouse trap quite difficult. Trial and error combined with great patience is the order of the day as you have to constantly chop and change your mechanical mouse trap arrangement in order to avoid furniture, speed up the process, or change the direction of the reaction of the various parts in your unique construction. Ok trap-maker, let’s see your cunning plan and master design in motion!
You will definitely need your thinking cap for this one! Cloudy is a difficult physics and timing-based puzzle game for older kids, teens and grownups where you have to plan out a safe, logical route for a paper plane to cross a dangerous, cloud-filled skyline. Your loyal little paper plane travels along a white-dotted pathway, and your goal is to successfully manipulate that pathway so that your projectile makes it safely from the left hand side of the game screen, all the way over to the right hand side. The catch however is that your paper plane must collect all of the randomly-positioned Gold Stars in order to progress to the next level.
This highly-stimulating and tricky brain teaser activity requires good concentration levels and creative engineering skills, a healthy amount of patience, and plenty trial and error! You have to strategically and meticulously create a simple flight trajectory for your paper aircraft, which is certainly easier said than done with these pesky clouds blocking your way, as well as having to collect all of the Stars, and confined spaces to work with. Your problem-solving skills must come to the fore to figure out a safe and secure flight path through the often treacherous skyline. Have you got the puzzle busting skills to reach Cloud 9?
Are you a fan of construction, engineering or physics-based puzzles, or renewable energy themed-games? If so, we need your help! The environmentally-friendly villagers of Windsville have a rather tricky problem; the windmills that they use to power their town currently aren’t receiving sufficient wind to produce enough electricity! Now, the desperate residents are crying out for a problem solving whizz kid to get their windmills working by designing a unique underground gear system – and that’s where your expertise is needed! Out Of Wind is a challenging brain teaser puzzle game for middle school / high school students where you have to carefully position circular wooden gears on underground pins in order to construct a gear system that switches the main windmill back on to generate power. The catch is that the gears are often different sizes, and the pins are awkwardly positioned so that only the precisely accurate combination of gears and the correct direction of the system alignment will get things moving!
This is a really enjoyable and innovative problem solving game where an added dash of creative engineering goes a long way. You need to call on your analytical and methodical thinking skills to figure out the correct grouping of gears in each level. Simply throwing the gears onto the underground pins in a flash won’t get the job done; you must try to technically envisage the mechanism, step-by-step, all the way to the surface gear. This should prove a popular activity with young puzzle solving enthusiasts out there, or anyone with an early interest in building, structural engineering, mechanisms, and generally ‘how things work’. The people of Windsville are counting on you – it’s time to get your brain in gear!
99 Bricks is a fun and challenging physics-based block building game where you have to carefully construct a large skyscraper tower using 99 descending Tetris-style bricks. Unlike Tetris, where you have to keep the tower as low as possible, here you have to cautiously build your structure up from a solid base, adding the familiar colored bricks in sensible positions along the way. Can you fit all 99 bricks into your cool, custom-made tower? The sky is the limit!
This straight-forward construction activity is based on the law of gravity, so your Tetris tower needs to be well-balanced and supported in order to remain upright. This game should prove a hit with fans of physics and engineering-based games, or anyone who simply likes to play good-old, arcade-style games with building blocks. Happy tower building!
Constructore 2 is a challenging drag-and-drop construction-based puzzle and block stacking game where you have to use your problem solving skills to delicately maneuver a special Orange Box into a marked outline area in each level. You must build a structure of wooden objects that is solid enough to hold still (remain balanced) so that you can place the orange box where it needs to go.
This cool thinking strategy game should prove a hit with fans of physics-based puzzle games, or kids simply looking to exercise and challenge their spatial awareness. This activity is based on a simple concept of stacking, joining, and moving boxes around a relatively confined area, and into the correct position. The laws of physics and gravity play important roles here - you have to make sure that each crate/box is correctly supported so that your whole plan and structure doesn’t come crashing down!
This fun and original brain teaser requires a steady hand, good hand-eye coordination, and the ability to ‘think outside the box’ (pun intended!). The crate stacking challenges increase in difficulty as you progress, with more complicated shapes and tasks encountered. Have you got the problem solving brain power, skill and determination to succeed? Good luck Master Constructor!
Calling all architecture, construction and physics-based puzzle enthusiasts to stand up and get problem solving! Cargo Bridge 2 is a fun and challenging bridge-building game where you have to design and build a series of sturdy bridges that are capable of supporting the weight of Cargo Charlie (a very hard working freight handler) and his many crates and boxes. In this online brain-teaser for kids, teens and grown-ups, your buddy Cargo Charlie has to transport various pieces of cargo across a treacherous ravine. The problem is that there is simply no bridge to help him to cross. That’s where your valuable engineering expertise comes into play! Skillfully design and construct an architecturally-solid bridge to bear the load of Charlie and his Cargo, and get them safely across the ravine, back to Charlie's home.
This difficult building activity requires the patience and tenacity of a lion, and the task becomes trickier as you progress and the ravine gets wider. There is plenty of trial and error required to keep your bridge stable enough to withstand Charlie’s dangerous trip across. If you are a budding young architect, builder or engineer of the future, you will be impressed by the intricate construction skills required – with support beams, columns, and load-bearing structures all essential to a solid bridge. The question is, have you got the essential skills it takes to become a Master Bridge Builder? Your answer could be - we’ll cross that bridge when we come to it!