3 in Three (1991), a puzzle game for the Macintosh by Cliff Johnson.
Archer Maclean's Mercury, for the PlayStation Portable.
Attack of the Mutant Penguins is a console strategy game originally released for the Atari Jaguar by Attention to Detail software. It was later released as a PC game.
The Puzzle Gallery: At the Carnival, a puzzle game for the Macintosh by Cliff Johnson.
You control a ball gun and you have to prevent colored balls from accumulating on a spiral chain, by shooting the correct colored ball to the same colored chain. If done correctly, balls are eliminated. If done incorrectly, the game ends.
Puzzles playable on the web (Java, Shockwave, CGI etc) where brains count for more than brawn.
Puzzles played on the web.
"ChuChu Rocket", a multiplayer online puzzle game by Sonic Team for the Sega Dreamcast.
A free OpenGL Linux game based on the Super Nintendo classic Tetris Attack. Written by Daniel Nelson.
Crystal Mines II is a puzzle type game similar to Boulder Dash released for the Atari Lynx handheld system. A remake of the game was done by Songbird productions, Crystal Mines II: Buried Treasure which added 100 additional levels and a level editor for Wintel machines that hook to the lynx via a cable.
Dr. Mario 64 is a puzzle game where you must match rows of pills as they move down the game screen.
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"Hodj 'n' Podj" by Steven Meretzky. As Boffo Games describes it: "Hodj 'n' Podj is really two games in one. It's a board game for one or two people that takes an hour or two to play. It's also a collection of 19 mini-games, any of which can be played for five minutes or five hours."
A bunch of penguins are on an iceberg in Antarctica. The player has been selected to catch them so they can be shipped to Finland, where they are essential to a secret plot for world domination.
This category is for sites devoted to games which are non-commercial in nature.
The first version of Jack Attack was released in 1983 for the Commodore 64 computer.

Jack Attack 2 adds cooperative play, improved graphics and music.
Computer and video games about putting together a picture divided into small, irregularly shaped pieces. They are named after a 'jig saw', a small maneuverable saw that was used to cut out the wooden versions of these puzzles.
Each of the games features different sorts of Lemmings, you must use the types of Lemmings to solve a level.
Lumines, for the PlayStation Portable.
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Collection of websites for games based on mazes and labyrinths.
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Meteos, for the Nintendo DS.
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A non-violent new age game by LaMa Media, Inc.
Computer logic game, popularized by its distribution with the Microsoft Windows operating system. Played on a grid of hidden cells, each of which may or may not contain a mine (unknown to the player). Clicking on an empty cell reveals the number of immediately adjacent mines, and clicking on a mine loses the game. The object is to determine the locations of all mines without ever clicking on a mine cell. This puzzle has been studied from a complexity point of view. In particular, the standard version (on a general-size board) is known to be NP-complete. See Richard Kaye's page in this category, his paper "Minesweeper is NP-complete," Mathematical Intelligencer, 22(2):9-15, 2000, and Ian Stewart's "Million-Dollar Minesweeper," Scientific American, 283(4):94-95, Oct. 2000.
Mr. Driller Drill Spirits is a puzzle game for the Nintendo DS. Players use the dual-screen interface to avoid falling blocks and scramble for air capsules.
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Contains sites whose main focus are to provide information, news, reviews, previews, articles, and fora about puzzle video games.
Also called Paint By Numbers Puzzle, Japanese Puzzle or Gridlers. This category contains online and video game versions of nonograms.
In One Piece Mansion, the player is a landlord and must keep the peace among the tenants in order to make more money and add onto the mansion in this puzzler.
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This category is for sites about Painter. Painter is a homebrew Atari Jaguar 64 CD game created by Sinister Developments and is based on the arcade classic Qix.
Polarium, a puzzle game previously known as One-Line Puzzle for the Nintendo DS.
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Puyo Puyo is one of the best puzzle games from Japan.
Puzzle Bobble is a series of puzzle games featuring the characters Bub and Bob from the Bubble Bobble series. The player aims a bubble launcher at a mass of differently colored bubbles. Connecting clusters of like-colored bubbles causes them to pop (and bubbles left unattached fall away). The goal is to pop all the bubbles before the bubbles reach the bottom of the shaft. The games were released in English under the title Bust-a-Move, which has led to some confusion with the Bust A Move series of dancing games.
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Q*bert is classic action arcade puzzle game that was released in the arcades in 1982. The game was subsequently released for console platforms and many web based versions and modifications exist. This category contains sites about any version of Q*bert.
SafeCracker by DayDream Software.
Players assume the role of one of four different herders: Bo Peep, Adam Half Pint, Motley, or Shep and must round up as many sheep as possible and guide them carefully to safety through each level.
The Smart Games series of puzzle games.
Snakes, a free downloadable game for the N-Gage.
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Shareware computer puzzle game for Macintosh and PC. Shoot colored 'snood' characters at a pattern, connecting similarly colored ones removes them, those no longer connected to the top drop. Every so many shots, the ceiling moves down a level.
Sticky Balls, for the Sony PSP and Gizmondo.
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Supper Monkey Ball is a puzzle game where the monkey balls can act as a bowling ball, golf ball, and billiard ball engaging in a variety of competitive races in Monkey Race, boxing in Monkey Fight, and flying in Monkey Target.
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System's Twilight, an abstract fairy tale by Andrew Plotkin.
"Xiama", a puzzle game with many photographs of Alligator Creek Falls, an Australian rain forest.
ZooCube is a puzzle game where you control a rotating cube. Your task is to match up animal body parts, as they move towards your cube. ZooCube was released for the GameCube and the GameBoy Advance.
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Zoop, an action puzzler by British company Hookstone. Some clones use the name Zeus.
Zoo Keeper, a puzzle game for the Nintendo DS.
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