Challenge Yourself to the Best Puzzles on the Internet. We've broken the Journey into three parts; this is the second of them.
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 New York photo puzzles from Digipuzzle.net Playing puzzles with New York. Try the twelve different puzzle types: PhotoSearch, Jigsaw, 15-Game, Mahjong, PhotoSwap, Sudoku, WordSearch, Memory, BlockPuzzle, Hangman, Photo Memory, and Spot Diff. Play  |  Source
 Liquid Measure from Smart-Kit A really neat mathematical logic game, in which you have to use the given pieces to control the flow of water to fill all pots completely! The capacity of pots and tanks are displayed. Don't waste a valuable drop of water! Play  |  Source
 DropSum from myGamingWebsite.com Drop tiles into the grid. Try and make adjacent tiles add up to 9. Doing so makes a group, changing the titles' color. Make enough groups and tiles will explode, leading to combos. Play  |  Source
 Seek-A-Word by Eric C. Harshbarger This applet takes a simple list of words and hides them within a field of random letters. To circle a discovered word, mouse-click on one end of the word and mouse-drag to the other end of the word. Words may be hidden horizontally, vertically, diagonally, forward, or backward. Play  |  Source
 Merge from GamesGames.com The answer lies at the intersection of ideas. Click the part of the pyramid that represents all 3 aspects of the image before it reaches the bottom of the screen. Play  |  Source
 Nosobow from Tonypa There are two types of shapes on the board - the ones which have pairs and the ones without pairs. The object is simple - remove shapes without pairs. Do you think it's easy? Play  |  Source
 Magic Pen by Alejandro Guillen Lead the ball to the portal. Just spin the maze and gravity will do the rest. A very tricky game! Play  |  Source
 Lacotipa from Tonypa Put pieces on the board so that pieces touch each other in the way to complete pattern. How many pieces can you put? Play  |  Source
 Bob's 9-Ball Puzzle from GANPuzzle The aim is to move all balls into their original positions with ball1 at 1 O'clock position. This puzzle can be so easy and yet so hard to solve. Level 1 requires 10 seconds but others may take 30 minutes. Play  |  Source
 Open Doors 2 from Armor Games Simply move the square to the X... again! But now there's double-doors, collapsible floors, and switches. Plus, get medals for completing the puzzle fast and in the least number of moves. Play  |  Source
 Swap it Et from Smart-Kit A neat picture puzzle gear swapping game! The object is to swap squares with rotating gears to restore the full gearing mechanism. Play  |  Source
 Twibik from Tonypa The object is to clear all shapes - pick two similar shapes on the same row or column to make the disappear. Two gameplays - Normal (relaxing) and Action (play against the clock). Play  |  Source
 Stoblobs from Tonypa Remove as much pieces as possible. Click on two similar pieces to remove them. Longer path gives more points. Play  |  Source
 The 1-2-3 Puzzle by The Grabarchuk Family This sliding block puzzle is one of the simplest of its kind, and consists of only seven domino-like tiles with three big digits depicted on them as shown above. Two challenges are proposed to solve in which you have to reach two different goals. Play  |  Source
 Flooded Village from Smart-Kit In this neat puzzle game, dig a river through the village. Water the trees, help the pirates set sail, but be careful not to drown the villagers! Play  |  Source
 Plumber 1 from mrtobi.com Connect the pipes and complete the flow. Play  |  Source
 Blockarelli from Tonypa Clicka triple or more blockare similare colorelli. Play  |  Source
 Assembler 4 from Smart-Kit Arrange objects and match green shapes with the colored outlines in another installment of Assembler. Very nice made assembling puzzles with good 2D physics. Play  |  Source
 Duck Formations by Dries De Clercq While you were swimming in the ocean, you notice a group of ducks, floating on the water. You decide to swim closer. Something's not right. You feel that this group of ducks isn't swimming in the right formation. Rearrange ducks to reach the goal composition. Play  |  Source
 MazeRunner from Smart-Kit A cool maze running game. Map out 90% of the maze, and then return to the green glade to advance to the next level. Lots of powerups and monsters to trip you up along the way. Brain training: Visual-Spatial memory, vigilance, strategy, hand-eye coordination. Play  |  Source
 Railroad Rush Hour written by Doug Rohde, game by ThinkFun The goal of the game is to get a red car out of a 7x7 grid full of automobiles by moving the other vehicles out of its way. However, the cars and trucks obstruct the path which makes the puzzle harder. 4 difficulty levels, 700 puzzles. Based on the famous Rush Hour game. Play  |  Buy
 Spring Breeze from Smart-Kit Flowers are blooming & birds are singing and the ants are starting to forage for food! Smart-Kit presents a very cheery 'Spring Breeze', a neat new game in which you must find the word hidden in each level! Play  |  Source
 Tipover by James W. Stephens This is a modified version of the famous Tangram game invented in China many years ago. It consists of 7 pieces, which fit together to form a shape. The objective is to form a specific shape with 7 pieces. Play  |  Source
 Tangram Game from Smart-Kit This is a modified version of the famous Tangram game invented in China many years ago. It consists of 7 pieces, which fit together to form a shape. The objective is to form a specific shape with 7 pieces. Play  |  Source
 BLockoban from BonusLevel A unique dynamic puzzle where all the pieces move at the same time in synchronized speeds, much like a clock. The object is to reorder the pieces in such a way that the golden gear in the center can escape the screen when "launched". Play  |  Source
 Blix by LightForce Click buttons to scroll horizontal layers left or right and make columns of same color boxes (blix). You win a move for every blix you make, else two moves are subtracted. Play  |  Source
 Clockwork from Smart-Kit A unique dynamic puzzle where all the pieces move at the same time in synchronized speeds, much like a clock. The object is to reorder the pieces in such a way that the golden gear in the center can escape the screen when "launched". Play  |  Source
 TwinCol from Games for the Brain Match pairs of the same color by clicking on them. Play  |  Source
 Out of Balance from Smart-Kit Each level asks that you pick the heaviest object based on the relative weights shown on each seesaw. The levels get progressively harder, adding more seesaws as you advance. At the end, the 6-seesaw puzzles may have even the adults scratching their heads. Great addition to school games collection! Play  |  Source
 Blocks With Letters On from Gimme5games Unscramble letters to find word solution then move letters through obstacles to get letters on blocks. Play  |  Source
 Paper Puzzles from Puzzle Games HQ In order for your drawing to move, all of the hexagons must be white. Try to find the right combination to get all of them to be white and your drawing will advance through the level. Play  |  Source
 Seesaw Logic from NumberWorks'nWords The instructions are simple: select the heaviest object. There are 20 levels from easy to hard ones with up to eight different objects. Time and scores are also included. Play  |  Source
 ColorTangle from Smart-Kit Color Tangle is a game of tangled, multi-colored lines and nodes. Untangle everything to progress to the next, more challenging puzzle! Play  |  Source
 Building Blocks from NumberWorks'nWords Instructions are simple: drag the shapes to complete the figure in the middle. But not so simple to solve. 5 levels. Play  |  Source
 Houdini's Hat by Pizmo Games Rasputin Rabbit has gone missing! Can you bring him back and solve over 40 puzzles? Use the arrow keys to rotate the hat around and cover the rabbit or other required items. Play  |  Source
 Square Dancing by Microprizes If you want a challenge, try to get the bears to complete a dance by moving the lady bears to the pink squares and the gentlemen bears to the blue squares. Play  |  Source
 Blockwords by tallhatDesign Once you have arranged the crossword, take the odd letters which aren't part of any words and rearrange into another type of hat. Play  |  Source
 Fat Slice by Aaron Neugebauer Slice up shapes by dragging your mouse through them. Beat levels by slicing them down to a certain size. Avoid being hit by the balls bouncing around inside the shapes while slicing. Play  |  Source
 Exorbis 2 from Smart-Kit Get your thinking caps on, you’ll definitely need maximal brain power to solve the harder levels of Exorbis 2. While there are 100 levels altogether, the first several are designed to ease you into the game. Play  |  Source
 Poux from Lightforce Fast and challenging board game you have to click on contiguous same colored tiles to remove them. Time is running fast and adds a new line of tiles at the bottom. Play  |  Source
 MinuPlu by PuzLogical Fill all cells with numbers observing two rules: 1) each number must appear exactly once in each row, column and region; 2) the numbers in each such region must yield the indicated result when combined by the corresponding operation. Play  |  Source
 Interlocked by We Create Stuff Goal: disassemble the stuff into separate blocks. Rotate the stuff in the 3D space with the circle-shaped cursor. Pull the blocks from the stuff with the hand-shaped cursor. Press SPACEBAR to switch between the cursors. 20 levels. The video Game Guide can be found here. Play  |  Source
 Slide Roadway from MePixa! Classic sliding block puzzle where your goal is to ride INK's car to the finish. Move the pieces to build the path. When the road is ready INK will safety ride through the spring fields to the finish. Nice graphic and good challenges. Play  |  Source
 Pictogrid by LilleyDesign.com Click arrows on the screen to move pegs. Goal: match the image in the upper left corner. Brown pegs don't move. Aqua pegs transport from one side to the other. 40 levels to play with the unlocking level groups as you advance. Play  |  Source
 Cubilus from Lightforce Place all the blocks onto their corresponding shapes. Click on a block and drag it in the direction you want to push it. The block moves until it meets an obstacle in its way. 20 levels to play. Click on 'Cubilus' to reset a level. Based on Klas Kroon's 'Cubeoban'. Play  |  Source
 One Straight Cut from Kaleidoscope Find the straight line that would cut the shape and allow the pieces to be re-arranged to form a square. Click the mouse to mark each end of the cut. Click again to try another line if you don't get it right. 5 shapes to solve; some of them with multiple solutions. Play  |  Source
 Torus by Benjamin Joffe Tetris on a torus! Left, Right and Down arrow keys guide the falling blocks. Spacebar and/or the Up arrow rotate the block. Alternatively the keys A,W,S and D can be used as arrow keys. A complete horizontal ring of 15 blocks collapses and earns 100 points. Multiple rings earn bonus points. Play  |  Source
 Cubox 2 by NickelArcade Rearrange your Cubox as is shown in the upper left corner. Watch your life blocks carefully. 1 life block is lost with each extra move above "expected moves" and each time you press Reset button. Levels' groups: A (easiest) to F (hardest). U-shaped magnets, bumpers, sensors, transformers and much more as you move through the levels. Play  |  Source
 Juno's Puzzle Mat by Junichi Yananose Place sixteen pieces within the rectangular board so that to match exactly its internal color pattern. The puzzle has an interesting "hint" system. Once you trace the right position for a piece, it sticks to the position immediately. If you are stuck - use that approach. By Junichi Yananose. Play  |  Source
 Plexus Puzzles Plexus Puzzles are unique picture puzzles with jigsaw-like elements. With these puzzles you can de-stress your mind with a relaxing break, while stimulating your brain in an unconventional way. Play  |  Source
 Duck by Bart Bonte With the motto "think outside the flock" this is a clever 2-in-1 multilevel puzzle game. On each level your first goal is to figure out... what the goal is, and then eventually reach it. Some goals will be prompted by your intuition, others - by experience, and even more by trial and error approach. After all, let the puzzle's motto be your guide. Play  |  Source
 Plumber 3 from Terrypaton.com Slide a piece into an empty spot (indicated by the yellow arrows) so that to connect the blue pipeline with the gold exit pipe. Please, note some pipe segments do not allow the liquid move through. Play  |  Source
 Japanese Nonograms from Smart-Kit AKA paint-by-numbers. Neat and smoothly working interactive version with 30 puzzles for your painting enjoyment and fun. A constructor option is available as well. Play  |  Source
 Domino Puzzle by afsgames.com 28 dominos form a seven-by-eight rectangle. The goal is to restore proper position of each domino in the rectangle employing a logical reasoning approach. Click on any tile in the rectangle to make it highlighted. Then click on the adjacent tile to make a domino piece. If you want to reset the selected domino, click it again. Play  |  Source
 Tealy & Orangey from Mainly About Games Using the arrow keys and the spacebar, guide Tealy and Orangey to their respective finish sections. First levels seem quite easy but the game advances significantly and very elegantly with the new ones. Many rules will be eventually learnt as you pass through the higher levels. By Anthony Gowland. Play  |  Source
 Fling The Furballs presented at Smart-Kit Each puzzle consists of a set of furballs placed on the board. Remove all furballs from the board except one. Do this by "flinging" furballs along a line into other furballs, knocking them off the board. Thousands of challenges. One of the puzzle hits on the AppStore. By CandyCane. Play  |  Source
 Crawlian presented at Nicotto Town Roll the 1x2 block all over the grid so that to visit all its cells. Use arrow keys to roll the block. This is an "against the clock" puzzle. After each level along with the earned score the bonus is some additional time for the next level. See how many levels you will be able to pass through! By Square Enix. Group. Play  |  Source
 3D Maze from FlashGames247.com Lead the blue dot to the red one as fast as you can. Arrow keys rotated the maze's 3D lattice. The space key makes the blue dot "fall into" the screen. You can play either holding the space always pressed with the key arrows rotating the maze, or instead using arrow keys to rotate the maze and then pressing the space to move the blue dot to the next node. Play  |  Source
 Flipit from Terrypaton.com Make all the tiles turn white. Click the tile to change it. Simultaneously it will flip the horizontally and vertically adjacent tiles, though not diagonally. The fewer flips you make the higher is your score. Each solved level unlocks the next one. 30 levels. Play  |  Source
 Contrast Canon by BubbleBox Hit all numbered boxes with the respectively numbered balls. The cannon's power depends on the distance between the target and the cannon. If you stuck on a level visit video walkthrough for the inspiration. A real victory will be not to win just one "battle" but 30 of them! Play  |  Source
 Swap from Novel Games Swap the locations of the red and blue tiles with as few moves as possible. Move a tile by clicking it. A tile can move either to the adjacent empty space or jump over another tile to the empty space immediately behind that tile. Play  |  Source
 Two Rooms from Lilley Design A moving piece is in each of the two rooms. Use arrow keys to move a piece, press spacebar to switch between the rooms. Hitting color buttons moves the walls. Goal: get to the checkered zone. Discover even more features in 30 levels. By Lilley Design. Presented by Armor Games. Play  |  Source
 Continuity from SmartKit Combines a sliding block puzzle and a quest in an ingenious way. Press spacebar to switch between the modes. You can move from one tile to another when the adjacent sides' patterns match properly. 32 levels. By Ragtime games. Presented by SmartKit. Play  |  Source
 Eliminator from Lightforce Remove all balls of the same color by arranging each color into a single group. The moves' limit is provided. The grey 'donut' balls cannot be removed. Use keyboard arrows to play. 30 levels. Originally written in Java by Riza Purwo Nugroho, now in Flash from Lightforce. Play  |  Source
 Entangled by Dr. Arend Hintz and Chris Adami The sequel to Loops Of Zen. Restore perfect harmony by rotating all tiles until there is no open end and all loops are closed. Clicking a tile rotates it 90 degrees clockwise. "q" - back to rules. "m" - mute. "g" - turns gray grid ON/OFF. Left and right arrow keys navigate between the levels. Play  |  Source
 CanuFit from SmartKit A piece of chalk draws some closed shape on the black board and then your goal is to fit some word(s) within its outline. Fun and challenging themes! 9 lessons plus Final Exam. By Rogerio Penchel and Rodrigo Navarro. Play  |  Source
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