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Prepare yourself for another head-scratching compilation of eccentric mini brain teaser puzzles that are sure to make you laugh or want to cry out for inspiration! Monkey Go Happy 5 is an excellent mouse-clicking puzzle game for kids & teens where you have to solve a series of 16 difficult mini-games. Maurice the little monkey and his grumpy family are all teary-eyed and upset, so it’s up to you to brighten up their day by solving a set of challenging point-and-click conundrums. Interact with objects, characters, and hidden items in each of the wacky puzzles to create a positive solution that causes your pet monkey to grin widely and jump for joy!

This highly enjoyable and unusual step-by-step problem solving exercise should be a good fit for anyone who enjoys tricky hidden object puzzles with a twist. The game play requires logical thinking skills, good concentration, lots of imagination, the ability to envisage a strategy, serious determination, and more than a little common sense to figure out the solution to each zany puzzler. Turn your pet primate from a blubbering stick-in-the-mud to a beaming little fellow with a radiant smile! If you like Monkey Go Happy 5, see if you can find the original Monkey Go Happy game, and Monkey Go Happy 4 as well as other sequels on this site. They are all well-worth pitting your considerable wits against! Happy problem solving!

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The Smurfs - Handy's Car: Have you ever wanted to build your very own home-made soapbox-style racing car? Well little Handy-man (or Handy-girl), now’s your chance to show off those manufacturing engineering skills! The Smurfs – Handy’s Car is a fun and challenging building game for kids where you have to carefully piece together a wooden vehicle from the various parts in Handy the Smurf’s garage. Ensure you assemble the car parts together accurately and with precision – this little racing vehicle is certainly no toy!

Handy plans to impress his Smurf family and friends with this cool and quirky new car, but he needs your help! Carefully and methodically build the car from the bottom up in this intricate car building puzzle. Common sense is important, as you have to build the vehicle "slowly and surely" in the correct order. For example, the wheels cannot go onto the chassis before the axles! Ok Master Mechanic, it’s time to don your overalls, and get down to work. Happy car building!

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Prepare to ascend to the heights of physics puzzle-busting success as you take on a fun ‘Wild West-themed’ problem solving brain-teaser (mainly for middle to high school age students). Amigo Pancho 3: Sheriff Sancho is a highly enjoyable and stimulating gravity-based game where you must quickly and carefully alter the environment in order to safely guide an eccentric officer of the law out of a deep ravine (canyon)! Sancho needs to ascend through each level by clutching onto rising helium-filled balloons, and your job is to clear a path for Sancho to the top of the game screen using a combination of good strategic planning and swift mouse clicking. The catch is that there are numerous dangerous obstacles and hindrances in poor Sancho’s way - including missile-firing snakes, jagged cliff edges, narrow passageways, and more.

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Monsters in Bunnyland is a funny adventure puzzle game for kids and teens where you have to help two naughty monsters to find their way to the exit of Bunnyland and collect three hidden stars along the route to their escape. This quirky maze escape game requires creative problem solving skills and a love of helping little monsters! Bunnyland is for bunnies – not monsters!

In order to get to the Exit door on each level, you need to use your brain to plan a strategy to overcome various obstacles. There are three hidden stars placed around the game screen. Try and find them before you reach the exit. You can switch between the two monsters and move them both, as you need to get both little creatures to the exit. You can also push and pull obstacles out of your way and jump over them. You need to think carefully of the best way to get both monsters to the exit! Good strategy and good luck!

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Goldburger To Go is a difficult, head-scratching, online chain reaction brain-teaser game for kids and teens where you have to find the solution to a multi-faceted moving contraption puzzle that aims to deliver a delicious burger to some hungry lunch-goers! You play the role of the master puzzle unraveler, and must carefully and methodically tweak the 13 different mechanisms and adjustable devices so that they combine together to form a smooth-yet-wacky way of delivering food! Perhaps think of this ‘Goldburger To Go machine’ as a complex restaurant waiting system that just happens to have bowling balls, scissors, dominoes, rubber ducks, tambourines, and other madcap objects as parts of its delivery network!

This highly-interactive, point-and-click, mind-melting, ‘domino effect style’ problem solving activity should prove a decent test or online activity exercise for any young want-to-be technicians and engineers out there, or any gamer who simply likes solving interesting & tricky puzzles. More experienced players might recall a classic board game called ‘Mouse Trap’ which was very similar in concept. Key attributes required here includes very good analytical thinking skills, good concentration and observation skills, strategic planning skills, patience and great determination to solve the problem. Trial and error is critical to progress here; Remember, practice makes perfect! Let’s deliver that burger!

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Jubinha Tic Tac Toe is a new version of a simple and classic puzzle game. The older version of this fun and addicting game required a sheet of paper and a pen. This online version is much more convenient and provides lots of enjoyable entertainment. Mark three squares in a row on the game screen. It's as simple as that! Play against the little lion Jubinha (your opponent). Have fun!

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Monkey Go Happy 4 is the fourth episode in the hugely popular Monkey Go Happy series of fun, thinking and skill-based puzzle games where you have to solve a series of point-and-click adventure brain teasers (mini-games) in order to delight a family of 4 cute cartoon monkeys (this time including Grandpa monkey) who are easily upset. Maurice and his family of cranky primates are desperate to see some tricky puzzles solved, so it’s up to you as usual to save the day, and to turn their frowns into radiant smiles! Test your patience, concentration and observation skills, adaptability, problem solving ability, reflexes, pinpoint accuracy, determination, and more with challenging interactive mouse-clicking tasks that may well have you scratching your head!

Find solutions to mini-arcade games, step-by-step puzzles, fun shooting tasks, and a whole host of interesting random challenges where you have to creatively use different tools, find hidden objects, and generally try to figure out a quick answer to each puzzle using your visual thinking strategy skills. This original and highly entertaining brain game is a very good match for kids & teens who enjoy puzzle activities with a twist, or anyone of any age who loves to try to solve fun yet difficult online brain teasers! There's no time to monkey around though! Let’s get the problem solving action started! Can you laugh as loud as these monkies when you finally crack each puzzle? (Also, can you find the original Monkey Go Happy game, Monkey Go Happy 3, and a few others in the series of funny monkey mini-games on this site? They are certainly worth playing!)

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3D Suduko Puzzle - Original Japanese Sudoku game with puzzles ranging from easy to very difficult. It is very simple to learn how to play, requires no calculations, and provides a surprisingly wide variety of situations where logic is needed. Children to the elderly can enjoy Sudoku as a pass-time. The game refers to a number placement puzzle also known as "Number Place" in the US.

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Folds is a very interesting & interactive online skill-based puzzle game that brings the traditional Japanese art of origami to life (Specialized paper folding where ori means "folding", and gami means "paper")! In each level, you have to carefully fold a large virtual sheet of paper into a shaped outline within a certain amount of moves / folds with your computer mouse. You play the role of the origami master, and have to fill up at least 80 per cent of the "paper" into the designated outline in order to advance. Beginning with basic 1 and 2-fold moves, you slowly progress to creating complex shapes featuring multiple mini folds and incredibly intricate moves.

This unusual geometry-based brain teaser & thought-provoking, problem solving activity should prove a good fit for most gamers (younger and older) who enjoy a that is a challenge that is a little ‘out of the ordinary’. Good observation, perception, and cognitive skills are all required, as are patience and great determination. The pressure is on to find the solution – Just try not to fold under it!

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The Adventure of Two is an interactive, teamwork-based, platform puzzle game where you have to guide two valiant alien brothers through 18 tricky levels on an epic quest to find to their spaceship. Utilizing the individual attributes of both alien as well as the cumulative skills of the duo together, you must open doors, lower bridges, leap over ravines, climb ropes, defeat enemies, and more! You play the role of strategic manager to the plucky twosome, and have to methodically solve problems and engineer solutions to plot your route through each obstacle-filled level.

This challenging brainteaser game and fun team management activity is a good test of your ability to combine the characteristics of two different characters to your advantage. You have to be acutely aware of the skills and limitations of each alien, and make quick decisions regarding which of the two little guys are suited to each individual task. Good reaction skills, high concentration and plenty of puzzle-busting determination are required. Now, can you help these courageous little guys to safely find their spaceship so that they can make their way back home? You can? Aw, you're a Star!

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Open Doors 2 is an excellent and cute puzzle game for kids and teens where you have to help a small sponge-like square get to the “X” location in a graph-like maze. The path through the maze is very complicated and requires some demanding door opening tactics! This version of the popular brain teaser - Open Doors, introduces double-doors, floors that collapse, and some sneaky switches. Your mission is to get your square to the X location, using the least number of moves, in the shortest amount of time. To do this, you need to use forethought, determination and speed! If you get there, you’ll be rewarded with an overwhelming sense of satisfaction.

Open Doors 2 boasts a crystal-clear game playing area, making it super-simple to see how you are meant to interact with things. There are 36 mind-boggling levels (filled-with-doors) to get through. Every level represents a unique head-wrecking experience! You need to get to the exit by skillfully opening and closing these doors. You earn medals for the amount of moves you make (the less is better), and the time it takes you to get to the X. Once you arrive at the X, it’s on to the next level. Well done! Your progress is saved automatically, so you can come back again and again to eventually finish all 36 challenging and highly enjoyable levels! Try and then try again, and you will eventually make it - the true difficulty lies in getting there in record time!

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Yummy Nuts is a fun, physics-based, ‘cut the rope’ skill game that requires puzzle-solving know-how, good strategy, good timing, and great patience and determination if you fail. In a nutshell, you have to slice through supporting ropes (with your mouse action) that hold a cute little squirrel in place, and then use the subsequent momentum of the swinging squirrel on the ropes along with gravity in order to re-unite it with its hungry baby squirrel! You really have to carefully and methodically time each rope-cutting maneuver (literately to perfection) so that the squirrel gets where it needs to go (especially if you want to collect all of the delicious "yummy nuts" along the way, which is a happy bonus). Aided by helium-filled rising bubbles, air-blowing piggies, and other raucous characters, you are faced with 48 increasingly difficult levels with progressively complex puzzles and obstacles in your way.

This highly-stimulating, problem-solving game should prove to be a good test and top interactive physics-based activity for gamers who enjoy gravity-based brain teasers that also combine some with physical skill. Tactful mouse movements are key to your success as you try to pinpoint the exact moment to cut a rope. Try to gather as many nuts as possible on your rope riding journey to your little baby (Expert players should aim to collect all three nuts in each level). Happy rope cutting!

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Binga is both a brain-teaser puzzle and a quick-reactions and skill game that encourages you to think outside the box and to see things from another view. This game will especially appeal to those players with an entrepreneurial spirit who just love a critical thinking challenge. Some levels gives you a brief hint of what you should do, or you have to find a hint yourself by approaching the exercise from another angle!

Once the puzzle is opened, your time starts counting down. There are two types of puzzles: There are those where you have seconds to solve the puzzle, and those where you have to start the level again. Other puzzles come with no time limit. However, the timer keeps counting your overall time, and the less time you spend solving the puzzles, the better.

When hints are provided, they are almost always with a twist. You have to put on your thinking cap, really concentrate hard and pressurize your brain cells to work the right direction. Binga is a logic game where only the most determined puzzle solvers will reach the end.

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Say “yes” to Nodes - a very challenging and innovative brain teaser puzzle game for older kids, teens, and grown-ups. Your goal in each level is to line up the laser-emitting ‘Nodes’ so that their beams run through every one of the randomly-positioned Blue circles. Drag, and stretch the Nodes all over the game screen in order to create a crisscrossing laser-beam pathway that intersects each one of the Blue circles. The catch is that you only have a set number of Nodes in each level, and that the Blue circles are often in awkward, non-linear locations.

This really tricky and refreshingly original head-scratcher of a puzzle should prove an ideal online activity for those who enjoy exercising their brain power on a good problem solving challenge. Strategic planning ability is vitally important; being able to coldly analyze the grid to see ‘the bigger picture’ is a key skill required here. Trial and error is definitely the path to success as you try out various different intersecting combinations, make minor changes in the angle of your Nodes, and carefully figure out the best way to overlap all of the circles with Red laser beams. Hopefully, you can criss-cross your way through all 20 levels! Enjoy the zigzagging laser beam action!

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Wake Up The Box 3 is an interesting and challenging physics-based puzzle game for kids and teens where you have to wake up a sleepy little box character by knocking him off a perch in each level. The cute little box-businessman has had a very late's night work, and now he keeps falling asleep in all sorts of wacky places. It’s your job to jolt him awake by prodding and pushing him using pieces of wood, and the force of gravity. You have to add new wooden structures to each level, and hope that they create a chain reaction that will startle the little guy. He’s a stubbornly heavy sleeper, so only a major shock to his system, like falling off a ledge, will wake him from his slumber.

If you feel tired and sleepy yourself – be warned! This is an extremely tricky puzzle that requires a lot of trial and error, thinking "outside the box", and the patience and tenacity of a lion! Your analytical problem solving skills will really come into play here as you have to figure out how to best create a structure that will knock the box-man over. Close concentration and strategy are important too - you must carefully choose the area to place each piece of timber.

The science of gravity must be used to good effect, with each added piece of wood contributing to a structure that might topple him, or create a bridge for another object to disturb his peaceful sleep. This is one brain-teasing activity that won’t have you yawning, and ready for bed. You might just be awake for hours trying to figure out a solution to wake this little box character. Good luck (p.s. shouting at him doesn’t work!) and have fun!

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An interactive sliding puzzle game that requires focus, quick thinking, creative design skills, strategy, and lots of determination under pressure. Create a viable electricity pipe channel (connection) between the two electric glowing sources, against the clock! Connection is a challenging online visual puzzle game where you must methodically re-arrange (slide) jumbled tiles on a large grid in order to create a continuous pipeline where electricity flows freely from the start to the end point. Your initial problem is that the various corner pieces and straight pipe tiles are positioned randomly around the huge game grid, making pipe construction tricky and time-consuming! And then, to keep the clock running, you must continue to generate electricity via creating further successful connections!

This addicting maze-like, brain-teaser game provides a good fun exercise and test of your concentration levels, observation skills, quick reactions, and love of problem solving as you attempt to pinpoint the various tiles (square pieces) needed to complete your pipeline, and then slide them into position as quickly as you can. Swapping tiles randomly around at speed is of no use if you don’t have a coherent, logical plan to join up the electricity line. The overall ability to step back momentarily, to review and see the bigger picture, and then react urgently is essential here as it is in many real life situations everyday. Now, are you ready to take on this electrifying task?

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Unscramble: In this fun and challenging word puzzle game, spell the word correctly before it disappears off the game screen. A scrambled word definition can be seen in the top right corner of the screen to give you a clue. Rearrange the letters correctly to unscramble the word before the letters reach the bottom of the screen. Develops keen observation, quick-reaction and English language skills while playing this addicting and entertaining game. Good luck!

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Monkey Go Happy Marathon is another in the awesome series of top fun, interactive, point-and-click puzzle games for kids of all ages that involve the cheering up of a grumpy, teary-eyed monkey and family members, and are designed to make you laugh and feel good about yourself (and perhaps cry a bit too if you cannot find the solution). Here, you have to solve a series of 30 random and wacky mini-game challenges to make the little guy happy. With more levels than ever - and a raft of tricky new puzzles to solve, Monkey Go Happy Marathon truly lives up to its name! It’s an absolute marathon of mouse-clicking, problem-solving fun! Interact with click-able objects, hidden items, and cool animated characters in your quest to turn your pet monkey’s gloomy frown into a beaming smile! Enjoy the eccentric "brass band-style" musical ensemble in the background which adds to the mischievous theme.

This awesome brain teaser game requires plenty of logical thinking, good observation skills, the use of strategy to solve problems, dogged determination, bucket loads of patience, and the elusive vision to "think outside the box". Monkey Go Happy games should prove a hit with fans of highly creative online problem solving activities, and kids / teens who like a good-old interactive puzzle with a twist. If you enjoy playing this game, can you find the original Monkey Go Happy game on our Learn4Good site, as well as multiple other sequels? A very important lesson we can learn from these Monkey Go Happy games is that even a little positive effort and assistance by one person (you!) can make an enormous difference to someone's day and feelings. Try never to forget that, and Good Luck in your daily quest to make the world around you a happier place! Now, there’s no further time to be wistfully pondering and monkeying around – let’s get right into the thick of the difficult problem solving action! Enjoy the adventure!

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Ben 10 Christmas Puzzle is a challenging virtual Jigsaw Puzzle game for kids featuring a Christmas scene from the hugely popular Ben 10 animated series. Arrange the interlocking pieces of this online Jigsaw Puzzle, and see what Ben 10 is doing for his Holidays. This flash puzzle will test your spatial intelligence as you figure out where all the small pieces go. Your aim is to join together all of the pieces, and complete the jolly picture. Show Ben, Kevin and Julie that you are their “Ultimate Fan”!

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Chess Puzzle Game is an online jigsaw puzzle game of 4 difficulty levels for both little kids to older teens where you have to reassemble jumbled chess-based pictures (up to 4 in total) in order to reveal the full image. This stimulating, interactive, drag-and-drop, problem solving puzzle activity provides a challenge for jigsaw juniors through to jigsaw puzzle pros, and exercises your observation and concentration skills, visual perception, and of course, your patience and determination.

Did you know? The game of chess evolved from ancient board games played thousands of years ago in Egypt, India, China, Persia and the Arabic world! It is thought that the checkered chess board, as we know it today with its light and dark squares, came from a later European version of chess.

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