Do you like games? Why not try out some of these online thinking games? According to a study done in 2016, certain brain games can help sharpen your thinking skills.
Children love to put together puzzles. These jigsaw puzzles are simple, yet still provide enough of a challenge to help children build skills such as visual reasoning, spacial awareness, short term memory, and logic. Click on the picture to play.
Can you spot the difference between the pictures? Click on the picture above to find yourself exploring the difference between pictures.
Everyone enjoys word searches. Click on the image above to play online word search games.
Do you remember Rubik Cube? Spending hours trying to find the right combination? Here is an online game for you to try your hand. Click on the image to play.
A digital replica of the classic Spirograph. Just click on the image to try it out.
Try your hand at the NY Times Sudoku. You can choose from easy, medium or hard. Click on the image above.
A rebus is a picture representation of a name, work, or phrase. Each "rebus" puzzle box portrays a common word or phrase. Can you guess what it is? Click on the rebus above to play.
Majhong is a game that dates back to the Qing dynasty in china. Match unblocked pairs of tiles and remove them from the board. Try to match tiles within the bonus time to gain more points. Click on the image above to play Sweet Majhong.
Who loves trivia games? Play online and choose from so many different categories. Click the image above to play.
Merriam-Webster offers crosswords, puzzles and more. Click on the image above to play.