From Creative Heuristics Ltd, Rogo is a puzzle which is simple to learn and will enable users to practise addition and problem solving skills. Information and full instructions (note the ‘play here’ tab on the menu) are given on the website. Daily puzzles are provided as are solutions.
Try a Find the Factors puzzle from Iva Sallay.
Can you crack the hidden code and place the correct colour marbles in the correct place?
Paul Godding’s 7 puzzle blog frequently offers new puzzles to try.
From Thinkfun comes Rush Hour or for an alternative version: Rush Hour. The Rush Hour game is an online version of the game you can buy programmed by Mark Riedel and includes 40 puzzles. Can you get your car out of the traffic jam?
Brain Boosters from Discovery Education are categorised by type:
From Nikoli.com a collection of puzzles which can be played online, for each puzzle type click on ‘Rules’ and ‘How to Play’ for clear tutorials and instructions.
Simon Tatham’s Collection A collection 0f puzzles – these can all be run online.
Large collection of puzzles to test your skills including logic and lateral thinking puzzles.
Logic Puzzles from John Pratt – there is a link to solutions at the foot of the page.
Nick’s Puzzles (Nick Hobson)
Rubik Cube net puzzle (NRICH)
Building Blocks Can you arrange the blocks to fit the shape in the fastest time possible? (5 levels)
You must recreate the given picture.
Study the rotating object on the right.
Drag the object on the left towards the arrows to rotate in your chosen direction so that the face you require is uppermost then place on the picture.