Free puzzles online are a collection of games and riddles
that exercise the player's thinking skills. The games can be categorized into classical turn-based board games, such as chess and mahjong, as well as newer imaginative physics based games and word games. The board games are variations of beginner level chess or checkers or math related games like sudoku. Mahjong and matching games are memory related puzzle games that test the players visual perception skills. Physics based games are the most interesting because these games feature unique puzzles based on gravity or other physical aspects as envisioned by the game developers. Most physics games are level based and get progressively harder on each level.
I have holes on the top and bottom. I have holes on my left and on my right. And I have holes in the middle, yet I still hold water. What am I?
Which clock works best, the one that loses a minute a day, or the one that doesn't work at all?
Metal or bone I may be, many teeth I have and always bared, yet my bite harms no one and ladies delight in my touch. What am I?
The police found a man hanging in an empty room. There was nothing in the room he could have use to reach the ceiling. All they found when they entered the room was a puddle under the hanging man. How did he hang himself?
In 1209, on a hot summer day there was a man who was ordered to be executed by king. The king was a nice king though, and he said that if the man could prove himself wise, he would let him go. The king filled a room with fake flowers, and only put in one real flower in the room. The king said the man had 20 seconds to find the real flower. The man said, 'It's very stuffy in here. Could you open a window?' The king opened a window, and the man immediately knew which was the real flower. How did he know?
The higher I climb, the hotter I engage, I can not escape my crystal cage. What am I?
This thing all things devours, birds, beasts, trees, flowers; gnaws iron, bites steel; grinds hard stone to meal, slays king, ruins town, and beats high mountains down. What is it?
There is a well known story of a famous German mathematician, who showed his brilliance even as a young boy. While in elementary school, he was given the problem of finding the sum of all the whole numbers from one to 100. For most of use it would be a long and difficult task of adding '1=2=3=4 etc.' This young lad, however, solved the problem in his head in just a few moments. What is the answer and how did he manage to do it in his head?
Although I'm not an insect, some people found me very difficult to exterminate. They called me something like 'insane priest.' The first half of my name means the same as 'scrape,' & my last three letters are a metal. Who am I?
I buried a stone in the ground, and it grew and produced fruit. How is this possible?
When you stop and look, you can always see me. If you try to touch you cannot feel me. I cannot move, but as you near me, I will move away from you. What am I?
Here on Earth it's almost always true, that tomorrow will follow today. Yet there is a place where yesterday always follows today. Where is this place?
Bill rode his bicycle 300 miles. Three tires were used equally in accumulating this distance. How many miles of wear did each tire sustain?
What lies in bed, and stands in bed, first white then red. The plumper it gets, the better the old woman likes it?
If you have two coins which total 35 cents and one of the coins is not a dime, what are the two coins?
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