Do you like a challenge?

Not satisfied when things are to easy? Are you the kind of person who needs a challenge now and then? Try one of our puzzle games! In this overview you'll find challenging puzzles, brain teasers and brain breakers, quiz games, card games, strategy board games, and many more! Test your observational skills, find ways out of locked rooms using found objects and your own ingenuity, investigate cases lke Sherlock Holmes, work out strategies for chess and card games, or play one of the many variations on Mahjong we've collected for you. These must be the most addicting computer games, because there's nothing like a good puzzle to keep your mind sharp!

We like these games:Mahjong Titans, Mahjong Dimensions, Viaduct Designer, The Smurfs Mix Up, Railroad Shunting Puzzle, Monopoly, Gimme 5 Wildlife, Dog Mahjong 2, Mahjong Gardens, Mahjong Solitaire

Flophone Classifieds
In this game you are a secret agent. You get secret missions sent to you via your special Flophone. Can you carry them out successfully?
8 / 10
Flower Shopkeeper 2
Try to sell as many flowers as you can at your flower shop. Try to keep your customers occupied while you get their purchase ready. Can you keep a lot of happy customers tipping you lots of money?
8 / 10
Fluffy Adventure
Make your way through the level with Fluffy. Can you make it all the way to the exit? You'll have to rotate the level in the right way to get to the other end and move on to the next level.
0 / 10
Fluffy Birdies
Move the rows and columns of fluffy birds and line up three or more of the same colour. This way they will vanish from the level. How many combos will you be able to score?
8 / 10
Follow Me
Place dots around the maze and the ball will follow them. The last dot must be on the exit. Make sure the ball doesn't hit the walls. When you get to the parts with the doors, your timing will have to be very good.
0 / 10
Football Logo
How big a soccer fan are you? How well do you know the logos of various famous European clubs? Can you match the logos to the right clubs?
8 / 10
For the Twin
Click on the twins. More and more creatures will appear, but they will all be slightly different. Can you still find the twins? Keep on the lookout!
8 / 10
Forget the Plan
Click away all of the bubbles in combos of two or more, but when a countdown appears on a bubble you have to get rid of it before it runs out.
8 / 10
Stack all the cards away from ace to king in the four empty spaces. All the cards in the field are face up, but you can only move one card at a time. You can, however, stack cards regardless of suit or colour, as long as the next card is one higher or lower than the previous one.
8 / 10
Four in a row
Play four in a row against the computer. Drop the chips into the blue rack and try to line up three in a row vertically, horizontally or diagonally before the computer manages to get four in a row.
8 / 10
Fractured 3
Can you make your way through the different levels with the boy and the girl? You won't always be able to tell exactly where you are, because the levels are cut up into different fragments, and all the pieces are jumbled and upside-down. Look carefully and move with caution!
8 / 10
Free Cell
The famous game Free Cell! Order the cards in tableaux piles by alternating colour. Clear the entire field of cards. Use the reserve fields cleverly, because the amount of cards you can move is dependent on the amount of free cells.
8 / 10
Free Cell
Freecell is a fun card game in which you can stack the cards in the same way as in solitaire. But you can't always move stacks of as many cards. The amount of cards you can move in one turn depends on how many free cells you have left. The free cells can be used to store cards that are in the way, but the fewer free cells you have, the less cards you can move in one go.
8 / 10
Free Cell 3
In this game of Free Cell what makes the game a real challenge is that you are only ever allowed to more one card at a time. Good luck figuring out how to solve this one!
8 / 10
Free Solitaire
The classic Windows solitaire game, who hasn't played it at some time or other? Free Solitaire is a simple game of patience, and this version uses the Klondike rules for solitaire.
8 / 10
Freecell 4
In this game of Free Cell you must clear away the cards in the field by stacking them by suit and in ascending order in the home cells at the top right of the screen. You may only move the top card from any stack in the field, but you can temporarily keep up to four cards in the free cells top left.
6.6 / 10
Freecell Premiere
Clear the field of cards by stacking them all in the top four cells from Ace up to King in this colourful version of the card game classic Free Cell.
7.5 / 10
Freecell Solitaire za
Classic game of Free Cell Solitaire. You can play this game by yourself. All you need to do is to clear the table of a deck of playing cards in less than 10 minutes. You need to move cards of the same suit into the top four piles, starting with the Ace. You also have four additional free cells where you can temporarily store cards if you want. When piling cards on top of eachother they need to be in descending order and alternating colors (black and red). Can you empty the playing field of cards in Freecell Solitaire?
8 / 10
Freecell Solitarie 2
Tired of the classic Free Cell table layout? Play Free Cell on this new Wii Fit themed table. Same game, different look.
7.9 / 10
Friendly Dragon
Here are two pictures of the same friendly dragon. The pictures look identical, but they aren't exactly the same. Can you find all of the small differences? Don't click on the wrong things, because that will cost you points.
0 / 10