Word search puzzles are an entertaining pastime, but creating personalized seek-and-find puzzles can be even more fun.
Solving jigsaw puzzles is an entertaining and absorbing activity for children and adults alike. It may have other benefits, as well, in addition to being enjoyable.
If you are confident in solving easy Sudoku puzzles, you are probably ready to learn techniques that will prepare you for other levels of Sudoku: medium, hard, and even expert. Check out these tips, which include step-by-step videos demonstrating how to solve hard Sudoku and expert-level puzzles.
An easy to use, step-by-step tutorial for solving a Rubik's Cube for beginners, with pictures and videos.
The first crossword appeared in 1913 in The New York Post and ushered in an era of frustration for morning newspaper readers.
Word search puzzles are great fun for many people, but they can sometimes be quite challenging. Presented here are a few strategies that can help find all those words.
Do you find 500- or 1,000-piece jigsaw puzzles difficult? Here are some tips and tricks to help you out.
Impress your friends by solving a Rubik's Cube easily. This method works for standard 3x3x3 Rubik's Cubes.
Are you only a few algorithms short of fully solving the Rubik's Cube? Here is a full and detailed list of seven necessary algorithms to help you when you are stuck in specific situations.
Exercise your brain and develop different and more flexible ways of thinking with these fun riddles!
Impress your friends and yourself by solving a 2x2x2 Rubik's Cube quickly. This guide shows you how.
Test your brainpower by trying to solve these 20 lateral thinking puzzles. They will have you scratching your head and thinking way outside of the box!
Riddles can be great pastimes, funny ways to trick your friends and effective opportunities to broaden your mind. Listed in this article are the top ten best riddles, along with an explanation of their answers for those that prove too tricky.
For your entertainment, here is one of the best logic puzzles ever. While the answer is given below, give yourself the chance to try hard (for days?) to find the answer yourself. No peeking!