Yes, this site is entirely dedicated to
that kind of puzzles - they all are generated with the help of
computer. The site's creator, James W. Stephens, asks a question: can
a computer program create good puzzles? Try several of them first
before you come with your own answer to the question.
The Rogers family site among other sections includes a number of great interactive puzzles and games. Maybe you have seen some of them before, but evidently they all are featuring
excellent puzzle and game concepts, wrapped in perfectly working Java versions.
At this site you'll find an
incredible set of mazes based on Robert Abbott's ingenious Theseus
and the Minotaur maze (see Maze 14), a wonderful section on the
Master Mind puzzle, and a story of one unpublished computer game.
A very unusual site by Ishihama Yoshiaki. You may find here numerous themes: from
artificial life to hyper dimensions, from genetic programming to fractal images, and many puzzles and games, of course.