Give your brain a workout with this handful of selected puzzlers. Mobile games involve more than just driving around a track endlessly, shooting aliens and decapitating zombies.
It can be a good idea at times to keep your synapses firing on all cylinders, Keep them busy and keep them fresh, so that when you reach your twilight years you will still be sharp and alert.
Or just play them due to the fact that they are a ton of fun.
The following is a selection of some of the top Android puzzle games for you to try out:
Where’s My Water?
The chilled-out, peaceful alligator named Swampy just wants to have a hot shower. However, the evil Cranky has messed around with the pipes. You are going to need to use your grey matter in order to help get hot water to Swampy. It’s not as easy as it sounds. Between Swampy’s tub and every pool of water there are all types of hazards. These include bombs, algae and poisonous acid.
Where’s My Water has endearing characters, lots of variety and a reasonable learning curve to make this a beautiful and well made puzzler. So far, it has spawned a sequel and four spin-offs. Our favorite is Where’s My Mickey starring Mickey Mouse.
The goal in Trainyard is simply to get the trains to the goal stations that are the same color. You do this by tapping Start and drawing tracks. There aren’t any time limits, so you will be able to waste as much time as the typical train operator does. However, without you even realizing, things can get quite fiendish. You will be grappling with spaghetti piles of tracks to prevent trains from colliding, routing round rocks and splitting and merging trains.
The free game Trainyard Express is another game you can check out. In theory, it is a demo for Trainyard, but it includes a lot more puzzles. The equally impressive and similar RGB Express is another one to consider checking out.
This new word puzzle challenge is available in 22 different languages. It is a wonderful and interesting puzzler with every word being its own crossword puzzle that is hidden within an image. The big questions is, will you be able to solve all of words?
Once you do solve a word, it opens up another letter for you, until the whole puzzle is gradually revealed to you.To find this games solution go to answers pixwords you will find different languages.
Excellent way to expand your vocabulary
22 languages to choose from
Hundreds of different images and words
Over 800 levels
Splice is one of the more thoughtful and experimental puzzlers that is available. It involves arranging cells in order to fit the structure that is targeted and is based on binary trees. You drag cells into place, and they rearrange themselves automatically when they are spliced. It depends on the number of fellows that are attached. It can be quite confounding initially. However, once it clicks, you will definitely be hooked. Keep an eye out later on for some rather devious levels that crop up.
This is an elegant game that involves swiping colored ribbons that are arranged over a grid containing colored squares. The goal is to match the pattern by swiping strategically in a specific order. The early levels are really easy, and are in the form of two-by-two basic grids. However, once you reach the five-by-five grids, you will be ready to rip your hair out, whether you have been able to figure out some of the patterns successfully or not.
World Of God
It isn’t hyperbole calling World of God not only an incredible puzzler, but also among this past decade’s best games. It is centered around sentient goo that is used to build structures with. Any of the remaining goo is able to find its way into the pipe that takes it to goo heaven. This would have just been a typically cartonnish puzzle game in less talented hands. However, the title from 2D Boy comes with an engaging and atmospheric soundtrack, surreal and bizarre artwork and a beautiful narrative. It is a real classic.