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- Minesweeper
- Find all the mines without treading on any of them. This version differs from the common Windows version, in that you never need to guess.
- Sudoku
- The original puzzle craze that launched logic puzzles into the popular mindset! Fill in the grid so that each row, column and square block contains one of every digit.
- Slitherlink
- Draw a single closed loop in accordance with the clues.
- Blackbox
- Find where the hidden balls are in the box, by observing the behaviour of light beams fired into the box from the sides
- Binary (Takuzu)
- Fill in the black and white grid to avoid runs of three.
- Bridges (Hashiwokakero)
- Connect the islands with a network of bridges.
- Blue Cube
- Roll the cube around the grid, picking up the blue squares on its faces. Try to get all the blue squares on to the object at the same time, in as few moves as possible.
- Dominosa
- Tile the grid with a full set of dominoes.
- Fifteen
- Slide the tiles around to arrange them into order.
- Filling
- Mark every square with the area of its containing region.
- Flip
- Flip groups of squares to light them all up at once.
- Galaxies (Tentai Show)
- Divide the grid into rotationally symmetric regions each centered on a dot.
- Guess
- Guess the hidden combination of colours.
- Haunted Mirror Maze
- Find ghosts, vampires, and zombies in the mirror maze.
- KenKen
- Complete the Latin square in accordance with the arithmetic clues.
- Light Up (Akari)
- Place bulbs to light up all the squares.
- Loners (Hitori)
- Black out duplicate numbers according to the rules.
- Magnetic Field
- Place magnets to satisfy the clues and avoid like poles touching.
- Map
- Colour the map so that adjacent regions are never the same colour.
- Netwalk
- Rotate each tile to reassemble the network.
- Pattern (Nonogram)
- Fill in the pattern in the grid, given only the lengths of runs of black squares.
- Pearls (Masyu)
- Draw a single closed loop, given clues about corners and straight squares.
- Range (Kurodoko)
- Place black squares to limit the visible distance from each numbered cell.
- Rectangles (Shikaku)
- Divide the grid into rectangles with areas equal to the numbers.
- Signpost
- Connect the squares into a path following the arrows.
- Skyscrapers
- Complete the Latin square of skyscrapers in accordance with the clues.
- Slant (Gokigen Naname)
- Draw a maze of slanting lines that matches the clues.
- Tents
- Place a tent next to each tree in accordance with the clues.
- Train Tracks
- Lay a railway track in accordance with the clues.
- Unequal (Futoshiki)
- Complete the Latin square in accordance with the > signs.

- Safecracker
- Guess the secret code in as few moves as possible, using sums of digits as your clues!

- Cheryl's Birthday
- There is a question from the Singaporean math syllabus that has been circulating the Internet, stumping adults and children alike. Visit this page for help with the full answer and explanation!

- CellCraft
- In this real-time strategy game, you control a single-celled organism. Manage resources, build enzymes, and fight off virus infections!

- Magic Symbols
- A webpage that can read your very mind... or can it? Find out for yourself!

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