Computer puzzle games for children, teens & Big Kids. We believe that we have put some of the best kids’ online games in one place. From classic to newest, from simple fun to the most challenging.
Connect 2 Matching Game - Connect pairs of matching tiles by creating a clear path between them, and clear all the tiles before time runs out. This is a challenging puzzle game where you need to concentrate hard to find and connect pairs of matching tiles (images of everday household items / kitchen utensils) in order to make them disappear from the picture grid. It will also test your eyesight! Intially, you should try to find some pairs side-by-side to help free up much-needed space, and to create a direct path between other pairs of items, ensuring that the path is not blocked by any other tiles. Happy clean up!
A maximum of two turns is possible per path. The path must be in straight lines, or with right angles, but cannot bend more than 2 times. A level is cleared when you match up all picture images. If you run out of moves, its game over. You must clear all the pictures against the clock. A wrong move loses you 10 seconds, and a correct move gains an extra 10 seconds. There are 6 stages, each with a different time frame and pictures. Left Click on the matching tiles to connect them. If you get stuck, you can use a Hint. You have 3 Hints in total. Enjoy the activity!
Missionaries & Cannibals: Help the 3 cannibals and 3 missionaries to move to the other side of the lake. Note that when there are more cannibals on one side of the lake than missionaries, the cannibals eat them. So you need to think logically and strategically in order to get them all across to the other side safely. Can you solve the puzzling problem? Have fun!
Rolling Fall is a fun physics-based puzzle game for children and grownups where you have to cut chains at the precise moment so that the heavy wrecking balls attached to them can swing or fall loose with gravity and knock the Zombies from the platforms below. It starts off easy but then gets really tricky as the levels progress! This game turns into an addicting brain-teaser of epic proportions. You need to keep your thinking cap on tight! OK Zombie Smasher, do some damage!
Your job is to cut the chains, release the wrecking balls and do-away-with all of the unfortunate Zombies! Timing and strategic planning are essential here. You need to cut the chains at the exact moment so that the wrecking balls swing or come completely loose and knock the Zombies. But Remember, you have to eliminate ALL Zombies from the platforms in order to succeed.
You need to decide which chains to cut first so that you are able to take out of all of these bad guys. If you don’t knock all them off the platforms, you fail the level. There are 40 Zombie-filled levels to cut your way through, and each one offers a new (and increasingly complicated) challenge. The faster you wreck the Zombie party, the more points you will score. Time to swing into action and take them out! Enjoy!
This Is The Only Level 3 is a highly entertaining and quirky, platform-based action game for older kids and teens where you repeatedly play the same terrain over and over - with a new hidden twist and problem-solving task added each time you attempt the level. You play the role of an acrobatic elephant character with the goal of escaping through the Exit Pipe each time.
While you may be replaying the ‘only level’ again and again (the ledges and platforms remain the same as you progress), this does not mean that it gets repetitive or boring! Each re-play of this clever puzzle and skill-based game provides a fun new test of your analytical thinking and problem-solving skills, visual awareness, reaction speed, coordination and keyboard control, and more. Good-old trial and error is important here too – Learning from your mistakes is the best way to figure out the correct solution in each new situation. Do you have the ability and drive to think outside the box to complete all levels?
Tic Tac Toe is an easy-to-play online version of the timeless classic 2-player pencil & paper game of the past, also known as Naughts and Crosses. Compete against the computer or a friend in a strategic race to get three O’s or X’s in a row. Set on a simple 3 x 3 grid with 9 spaces, your goal is to get 3 of your chosen symbol in a row - either vertically, horizontally, or diagonally. Use simple strategy and logic to try and get that often-elusive row of three X’s or O’s. Games of Tic Tac Toe often end up in a tie, so try to confuse your opponent with unorthodox moves and super-fast play. Have you got the tactical know-how to become the Tic Tac Toe Champ in Town? Sometimes, the simplest games can be the most fun!
Create portals to escape your maze-like environment: Portal: The Flash Version is a head-scratching, 2d platform-based puzzler (based on the 2007 puzzle-platform video game by Valve) where you must navigate your way through a series of tricky levels by teleporting out of your imprisonment through your own man-made portals. You play the role of ‘Test Subject 15837’, and must use your character’s handheld "portal creation device" to create magical blue and yellow pathways that can transport you to otherwise un-reachable areas of each level. Put simply, you create a blue portal in one wall, a yellow portal in another wall, and use the two doorways as a perfect teleporting mechanism! As you progress through the 40 increasingly-difficult levels, you encounter challenges such as complex mazes, spiky obstacles, anti-teleport areas, and more.
This highly-stimulating, brain-teasing online platform challenge for older kids/ teens provides a stern test of your problem-solving skills. Figuring out a logical solution to transport your character toward the Exit in each level is no mean feat, and requires solid analytical thinking, creative engineering skills, good-old common sense, and the evasive ability to ‘think outside the box’. As Portal: The Flash Version is a platform game at heart, your keyboard tapping and fast reaction skills are also very important. Happy teleporting!
The Fog Fall is a very challenging, eerie and mysterious, point-and-click adventure puzzle game for teens and grownups where you must try to gather clues and information as you attempt to escape from a Cold War-style underground bunker designed as an atomic bomb shelter. Set in a gloomy post-apocalyptic period where a sea of fog has enveloped your country and home, you must use step-by-step sleuthing techniques to collect items, carefully solve how to switch on the electricity, don your protective hazmat suit, and generally figure out how to escape the bunker.
This cryptic hidden object game really challenges your imagination and analytical thinking skills, and requires a cool head in a dark, underground environment, really good concentration, observation and problem-solving skills, combined with smart strategic planning and great determination. The creative vision to ‘put two and two together’ is important as you attempt to engineer your escape. As with all quirky brain teasers and detective-style games, being curious and inquisitive is essential here. You must explore all areas, collect as many items as you can, and exhaust all possibilities. Your survival depends on it!
Play a very challenging, tile-based, numbers puzzle game on your mobile, tablet, desktop, laptop or notebook! This viral sensation has been played by millions of gamers online and on their mobile devices since it was released in 2014! Kind of like a "Candy Crush" game for math gamers, 2048 is a highly stimulating, interactive, sliding-tile brain teaser game where you combine together pairs of identical number tiles in order to continuously double them up – with the overall goal of creating a tile of the number 2048.
Although this is a math game at its core (some addition math skills are beneficial), keeping control of the sliding tiles is the key aspect. This requires good analytical thinking and problem solving skills, patience, concentration, determination, good strategy, savvy keyboard or swipe control skills - to visually and mentally figure out and make the optimum next move in line with your goal. There is no time limit, so a careful and measured approach is definitely the way to go here. It's time to double up, and double up again, and double up again…!
Cool physics-based puzzle and skill game where you must control multiple characters simultaneously to help a main character to escape the level: Being able to jump powerfully from ledge to ledge is a cornerstone of almost all platform games. However, in the absence of a ‘jumping’ skill, you’d have to be much more canny in your movements, right? Well, let’s put that theory into action! Jumpless is a fun, physics-based platform puzzle game where you have to guide a courageous cube character through the right side of the game screen in each level. The catch is that this cube character can only move from left to right – it cannot jump. Consequently, you need to enlist the help of other cube characters and objects as well as the natural terrain of each level in order to carefully maneuver your little guy to the edge of the game screen – and through to the next challenge.
This innovative online arcade game throws classic gaming conventions overboard, and forces you to think more logically in order to complete each level. You need to display tactful keyboard tapping ability as well as good hand-eye coordination and smart reflexes in order to chaperon your cube to success. Are you ready to take the plunge and relinquish jumping, at least for a short while?
Free Logic Game - Family at the bridge: Help this family to cross to the other side of the bridge. Notice that: It is night time. There is only 1 lamp. A maximum of two persons can cross the bridge at one time and they must have the lamp with them. Each person walks at a different speed: 1 sec, 3 sec, 6 sec, 8 sec, 12 sec respectively. A pair must walk together at the speed of the slower person.
The lamp only has enough energy for 30 sec!
3 Slices is a straight-forward yet very challenging physics-based puzzle game where your goal is to eliminate as much or as many of the red block/s as possible in each level using your knowledge of gravity to strategically topple them off the game screen in three turns. You must plan and use each of your 3 slices wisely. Once you make a slice, gravity takes effect on the red blocks and they (hopefully) slide off the screen (this is good.) If your slices don’t result in enough of the red blocks being eliminated, you have to reset the level and start again.
In each level, you are instructed how much of the red-colored area must be eliminated – in some levels it is 100 per cent but in others, you only have to get rid of a lower percentage. This tricky brain-teaser gets you thinking logically, and helps to test & exercise your problem solving abilities. There is a lot of potential trial and error required in this game so you’ll need patience as well as an active understanding of the laws of gravity. Ok, Physics Whizz, show us what you’re made of!
The chills of winter have swooped down on an unsuspecting group of drivers, and the village car park needs a heroic problem-solving snow-plow truck driver to bail them out of a big snowy jam! Snow Storm is a challenging online maze-like puzzle game where you have to use a snowplow to clear specific percentages of snow" from a snow covered car park. With various restrictions on the amount of snow you can displace in any particular direction, this becomes a difficult battle of wits where you have to plan a specific and strategic route through the snow.
This interesting and unusual brain teaser should be a good fit for players who enjoys a good maze-based puzzle, and fans of problem-solving activities with a fun twist. Although you are behind the wheel of a powerful ‘Mr. Plow’ snow truck, your sharp decision making skills are much more important than the actual driving of the truck. Strategic planning and the ability to think one step ahead are both valuable attributes to have in your locker here. Brrrrrr! It’s really cold out there – let’s see if you can warm things up with some hot puzzle solving brain-power!
Rubik's Cube: Choose from five different types of Rubik’s Cube to play (Standard, Wood, Brick, Marble and Alien) in this fun and addicting logic training game for all ages. Rotate and assemble the rubik cube so that all the sides have the same color. For example, one side can be all red, and the other one all blue, etc. Have fun completing the challenging puzzle!
Tilt Maze is a fun and challenging maze-puzzle game for children and Grown Ups with a very simple rule. In fact there is only one rule, “The Tilt Rule”. Imagine that the red ball (circle) on your game screen is a marble resting horizontally on a maze board or tray. The 4 Arrow Keys on your computer keyboard allow you to tilt (and balance) the maze board – Up, Down, Left and Right. By leaning the maze board in one direction, the red ball moves with gravity in that direction – simple physics!
The red ball can only move one way at a time, so you’ve got to use your powers of deduction to work out the best sequence of moves to get the imaginary red marble to the target Blue Square. The fascinating thing about this game is that it seems really easy… but still, sometimes, you just can’t see the solution. At least, not straight away.
Wolf, Sheep & Cabbage Game: Help the man in the boat to move the wolf, the sheep and the box of cabbage to the other side of the lake in this challenging and addicting puzzle game. You can only bring one of these with you at a time. It is very important to note that the unguarded wolf will eat the sheep and the unguarded sheep will eat the cabbage, when the man isn’t around. Can you solve this tricky puzzle? Good luck!
To find success, learn to think outside the box, and try and try again with endless enthusiasm! Play Down Is Up, a cool and artistic, platform-based, brain teaser puzzle game where you must guide a small acrobatic character to a rotating, black ‘Exit Block’ in each level. Unfortunately for your character, the Exit Block is often in hard-to-reach locations, and the natural effect of gravity must often be ignored in order for you to progress in many of the really challenging levels.
This fun and interesting, gravity-control game requires very good analytical thinking, strategy skills and patience as you review the problem and environment, and then attempt to plot your route through each maze-like level. Enjoy the classic, problem-solving platform action!
Derailed is a fun train track building puzzle game for kids and teens. You have to rotate pieces of the broken train track in order to reconstruct the railroad, and guide your steam engine safely from start to finish. This challenging online activity simulates solving problems and working under pressure, and keeps you at the edge of your seat as the train keeps getting faster and faster. Aim to get a high score by completing each level quickly and not letting your locomotive run out of fuel. Do you have the quick-thinking, puzzle-solving skills to save the day? Remember, try not to get Derailed. You may need a few crashes in order to get familiar with what works and what doesn't. Enjoy!
Being One: Episode 1 – Escape the Lab is a very challenging, thought-provoking, RPG adventure puzzle game for older kids, teens, and grown-ups where you have to navigate through a strange building in a step-by-step manner in order to escape a laboratory. After suddenly waking up in a storage vat filled with bubbling green liquid, you have to slowly try to get your bearings by investigating and exploring the seemingly-deserted laboratory for clues and hidden objects. This highly interactive ‘science fiction adventure’ game features a first-person viewpoint, which gives a cool yet perhaps slightly-scary authenticity to the whole atmosphere… Many questions spring to mind, such as: Where am I? What am I doing here? You must use your sleuthing skills to keep on probing, clicking and examining items that you discover in order to find out!
Fans of stimulating brain teasers and virtual detective games should enjoy this unusual mouse-clicking puzzle. With very few clues or tutorials to help you, players have to think clearly, logically, and rationally in order to progress. An inquisitive mind is extremely important here – every nook and cranny of each scene needs to be examined thoroughly in order to pick up valuable tips and important items. Being One: Episode 1 is just the beginning of an epic story – and you hold the key to the action! If you want answers to this puzzling conundrum, it’s time to think outside the box! Good luck with the problem solving!
Crazy Cube Game - Link pairs of like-colored squares in this interesting Rubik's Cube-style online brainteaser puzzle & skill game of 30 increasingly difficult levels: You must click on one square within the cube, and while still holding down your computer mouse button, move your mouse toward the other square of the same color (You create a "pathway" from one square on the cube to the other like-colored square). Once you reach the second like-colored square - Release your mouse button.
When all squares are connected - the cube explodes, and you advance to the next level. If you get stuck or make a wrong move, you can clear all your moves by clicking on CLEAR button, or undo your last move by clicking on the UNDO button. Both of these buttons are located just below the cube. You cannot cross the pathways. There must be a solid line of the same color from one square to the other, and you cannot go diagonally. You also cannot cross the black paths or squares. When you need to turn the cube in order to see another side - move your mouse up / down , left / right.
Molecularia is an addicting and educational chemistry-based puzzle game for kids and teens, where you have to connect up all of the available atoms in a maze in order to create stable molecules (making the least amount of moves possible). It’s a tricky and highly enjoyable brain-teaser that takes a bit of practice to get used to. Your goal is to create a molecule by moving and bonding the atoms (tiny, dense, positively-charged nuclei made of protons and neutrons, surrounded (orbited) by clouds of negatively-charged electrons). What? OK, don’t worry about that! You can see the solution in the game screen.
However, you are not shown how to arrive at this solution! Remember, you need to look at where the connecting anchors are on each atom, as connections between two parts are only available one way. There are 14 positively-charged levels to get through! Happy chemistry problem solving!