Interactive Demo Test Index

DIGITAL PUZZLES

 

Our digital puzzles are developed in HTML5, CSS and JavaScript and can be viewed across multiple devices (pc, tablet and smart phone) without requiring any plug-ins

 

 
 

Swiggle

Using all the tiles surrounding the grid, drag and drop them onto the grid to form a connected line. No number is repeated in any row or column.


TRY SWIGGLE


 

Logic Puzzles

You Be The Judge

Swiggle(TM)

Brainsnacks(TM)

Battleships

 

Sudoku-style puzzles

Triaduku

K-Doku

Sudoku Sum

Septodoku

Duoduko

Kvadrodoku

Visual Puzzles

Remind

Covert Views

Children's Puzzles

Remind - Junior



id="WordPuzzles" Word Puzzles and Crosswords

THE WORLD'S SMALLEST,
HARDEST CROSSWORD



ARROWWORDS

US-ENGLISH EDITION

Fill in the grid using the clues provided in the direction of the arrows. When complete, unscramble the letters in the circles to reveal a mystery word.


BRAINSNACKS (TM)

CELEBRITY CROSSWORD

General Knowledge crossword featuring celebrity favourites.


Codeword

Each number in the Codeword grid represents a different letter of the alphabet.

Your starter letters are:

12=A, 13=V

Enter them in the appropriate squares in the main grid and solve the starter word.

Fill in other squares in the main and control grids with the found letters and look for the next word. Follow the word trail through the puzzle to its completion


PRIZE CROSSWORD

A 2-in-1 crossword with harder and simpler clues

CLUES ACROSS

8. Chop a zag making cold Spanish soup (8)
9. Bird with an over-large victim (6)
10. Postprandial, as some speakers are (5-6)
11. Took a meal in a tea-room (3)
13. Own one will allow one to enter (5)
15. Respectful compliance with the Engineers among the backs    (9)
17. Sort of force to greet ten, comical though it may be (15)
19. A conduit's let out to a caretaker (9)
21. Broke the heating apparatus (5)
23. Settle for work being on time (3)
24. Confidence is guaranteed on a Loch (11)
27. Greek Papa fuddled by Italian brandy (6)
28. Even lads might be enthralled (8)

CLUES DOWN

1. Flower, just one of Wordsworth's host (8)
2. Doesn't start to backslide from part of the church (4)
3. Clouds of pounds may have been lost in old Italian money (5)
4. Contrary actions enumerator takes the size of (15)
5. It's a pound a head    (9)
6. Anthropoid showing up in the pampas (3)
7. Sort of cross languages (6)
12. Refuse to accept the right to throw one out (6)
14. Encourage enlightenment, by the sound of it (6)
16. Swaps a fellow for a skilled worker (9)
18. Being besieged, purchased shares    (8)
20. One of two on the cricket field maybe (6)
22. Untidy manuscript?  Yes, possibly    (5)
25. Popham? (4)
26. Sort of glass agent (3)


SIMPLER

CLUES ACROSS

8.   Spanish cold spicy vegetable soup (8)
9.   Fish-eating bird of prey (6)
10. Postprandial (5-6)
11. Consumed (3)
13. Own up to (5)
15. A yielding in judgment or opinion (9)
17. This wave, a travelling disturbance in space (15)
19. Person with care of public building(9)
21. A heating, cooking apparatus (5)
23. Plump for, choose (3)
24. Self-confidence (11)
27. Italian brandy from residue in wine-press (6)
28. Captivated, made thrall (8)

CLUES DOWN

1.   Spring flower (8)
2.   Rounded end of church building (4)
3.   Old Italian silver coin (5)
4. Actions taken to counteract the effect of others (15)
5. Supreme ruler, head (9)
6. To copy (3)
7. Group of languages including Breton, Welsh (6)
12. Discard, throw away (6)
14. Move, provoke to action (6)
16. Shopkeeper;  skilled worker, mechanic (9)
18. Bought shares (8)
20. Game official(6)
22. Confused, untidy (5)
25. A Jewish patriarch (4)
26. Espionage agent (3)


 

SUDOKU STYLE PUZZLES

 

The Sudoku-type puzzles have two rows of keyboard numbers. With the first row you can fill out a solution number in a cell, but with the second row you can insert different numbers in the same cell. This is very useful to keep track of the possible candidates of a cell when solving the harder puzzles.

 

DIGITAL PUZZLE BOOKS ALSO AVAILABLE

 

When you check on errors, we will tell you how many errors you made, but it’s up to you to decide if you want to see the errors or not. A die hard puzzler wants to find the solution without any help.