Welcome to a highly addicting game Web site that challenges you to think. Here you will find puzzles, word games, memory games and more!
I have already spent a good hour exploring this site and I became very addicted to the game What Was There? In that game, you have to look at images, memorize them and then answer questions about what you did or did not see. Each right answer scores you 10 IQ points!
Dragger was also a lot of fun. You have to drag the pieces into the puzzle frame in the right order. It’s a nice twist on a jigsaw puzzle.
Counterfeit was another one I spent a lot of time playing. You have to look at two paintings and figure out in what ways they are different. Some of them were very hard to spot and were quite a challenge to solve.
Rotate is a puzzle game where you have to rotate the squares into the right positions to make the correct image. Everything has to match up perfectly, so be careful before you click Continue that you have the solution you want.
For all you Sudoku lovers out there, you’ll find your favorite number puzzle on this site as well! These puzzles have the highest IQ points I have seen on the site, as they are worth 100 points each.
If you click the link for word games, you will see even more options for games on this page. I found LetterMaze hard to complete in the time limit and it was pretty challenging, because you have to mouse over the letters very precisely. But, once you get the hang of it, it is a lot of fun!
Other word games you’ll find here are: Anagramania, Guess the Word, Spellice and The WordHunt Game. That’s just naming a few that I tore myself away from the other games to play!
Spellice was a very fun game where you have to type the sentence you see correctly. The version you are looking at has spelling errors in it. I thought it was rather nifty, because all the phrases came from Alice in Wonderland.
The WordHunt Game has moving letters that rotate around the square and you have to figure out what they spell. I was hoping for an actual word hunt where you have to find words in a jumble of letters. You know, like those word search magazines you can get at the grocery store. But, this was still very fun!
I hope you’re ready to test your brain with these challenging puzzles. I know I can’t wait to get back to them. Enjoy!