Word Search is a classic game which doesn’t need much explanation. Search for the words!
Four Letter Words can be considered a “distant cousin” of the classic word game Boggle. Use the available word bank to create words that are four letters long before the time runs out.
One of our visual brain teasers, this game is a variation on an old classic that is meant to test a player’s focus and concentration. Tricky Cups adds to this challenge by requiring the player to remember the locations of multiple coins after they’ve been moved.
One of the best web based games for memory exercises, Balls and Boxes will train your brain to keep track of the objects as they change their positions.
Track the Balls is a challenging memory game that requires you to follow progressively difficult moving targets. This brain teaser can be tough for both children and adults.
Pattern Memory is another game that will provide an opportunity to practice your visual memory exercises. Test your brain as the grid grows larger and larger!
Ready to start a brain workout? Pattern Memory II is a visual brain teaser that’s one part concentration game and one part memory game.
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