The object of Blocked is to slide a single marked block off of the board. However, your way is blocked by a series of other blocks. You must slide the other blocks in the right order to clear a path for the marked block to exit.
EA Sudoku contains thousands of built-in puzzles, as well as the ability to enter and play a puzzle from your favorite newspaper or magazine in “Newspaper” mode. With five difficulty levels from “Easy” to “Insane,” Sudoku offers plenty of fun for Sudoku players of all skill levels.
In Flip It! you are shown a grid of tiles that are either black or white. Clicking on a black tile will ‘flip’ the tile to white; clicking on a white square will ‘flip’ the tile to black. Change all of the tiles white and you’ve passed that level. It may seem simple, but there’s a twist: when clicking on a tile to ‘flip’ its color, all tiles touching the selected tile’s four sides will also flip their colors. Add to that a growing number of squares and patterns per level, and you’ve got yourself a sophisticated brainteaser.
In Match Genius, you flip over a tile to reveal a symbol underneath. By flipping other tiles you match the pairs of symbols. Match tiles in as few moves as possible to get the highest scores. Pay careful attention to the different shades and orientation for each symbol. Certain shapes are almost identical, which can trick an unfocused player.
Maze A Thon is a collection of different-sized puzzles with the goal of getting a mouse to his cheese.
There are three types of mazes to choose from: Classic, Wrap Around, and Cubetastic. In Classic, you go from point A to point B on one screen in a standard maze. In Wrap Around, use the keyboard to travel from one side of the maze off the screen to the opposite side. In Cubetastic, navigate through a rotating, six-sided maze.
The objective of the game is to clear all the pieces off the game board. Game pieces disappear when they are matched with, and touch, other game pieces with the same symbol. Your job is to move the game pieces around the game board to make this happen. Clearing the board allows you to move the next level.
The object of the game is to place a set of numbers in rows or columns without repeating them in any row or column. Strimko adds a concept of “streams” that crisscross throughout the puzzle. With streams, you must consider not only the rows and columns, but also the streams, and make sure that each contains different numbers.
Crazy about Sudoku? Then this book of one hundred, fun, elegant, carefully crafted Sudoku puzzles is what you’re looking for – these are some of the best Sudoku puzzles you’ll find anywhere.
Enjoy the challenge of Sudoku? Then this uniquely designed puzzle book is just for you. Symdoku takes the original Sudoku to a whole new level using shapes, instead of numbers.
Triple Town is an original puzzle strategy game in which you try to grow the greatest possible city. The larger the city you build, the more points you score. You build your city by matching three or more game-pieces: combine three grasses to make a flower, three flowers to make a bush, three bushes to make a tree… until you’ve filled the board with houses, cathedrals and castles. Along the way, you’ll have to outwit evil barbarians and wizards who will try to block your progress.
A fun twist on Sudoku, Wordoku puzzles use the letters of a word or phrase instead of numbers. Each row, column and 3×3 cell square on the game board contains all of the letters in the word or phrase. Fill all the empty cells on the game board with the correct letters to complete the puzzle.