What people said about Games for the Brain...
“Thanks for creating this site. Last year I suffered from the results of two strokes. Over the past year I have played Counterfeiter, Dragger, and Crime Scene. I have been able to see remarkable results from these games ... Thanks Again.”
“... get into shape in a more leisurely fashion at Games For The Brain. From Suduko to jigsaws to word puzzles and more, there are plenty of brain busting time wasters here for you to enjoy.”
– BBC Click
“Wake up the grey matter with these cool brain games.”
“Wow...this is great. My sons love it.”
– Shirl K.
“A cool little website chok full of neat games that make your head hurt. ... The best part is, after you waste a good part of an hour playing them you can reassure yourself that it was time well spent and that you're that much smarter for the playing.”
“What a fantastic site! Thank you for producing it. It's my home page; and I often refer friends to the site ... I use it to develop "right brain" activity. My job mainly involves using works. Very little is visual. Thus, "Rotate," and "Dragger" are especially helpful. "Mastercards" is also fantastic.”
– Mike, San Francisco, California
“... i can't believe how addicted i am!”
– Linda Roth, Sacramento, California
“A breath of fresh air in the otherwise stagnant, too full of cute little bunnies or rapping aliens field”
– Wendy Boswell, About.com
“... some real gems here.”
“Games for the Brain is excellent for a little tune-up for the part
– Gary Price, ResourceShelf
Manyland is co-created with Scott Lowe.
The Game You Can't Stop is co-created with Dominik Schmid.
Mahjongg Solitare is by Thomas Weibel, used with permission. Minehunter, inspired by Microsoft's Minesweeper, is by Erik Arvidsson and used here with permission.
Thanks for the Chinese translation to Shan. Thanks for the Slovak translation to Emperror.
Thanks for the Croation translation to Stefan Specina.
Thanks to Rani for Indonesian translation tips.
The paintings used in games have been passed to the public domain. Other images are Creative Commons licensed and credited to their respective owners, or created by me.
The Drag & Drop library used in Draggers is based on a free library by Walter Zorn.
Thanks to Jess Lee for letting me use some of her artwork.
Please note pages here are licensed under Creative Commons.