Latest On Puzzle Games

  • Puzzle Farter (Game Battle)

    This game was posted several months back, but it’s returned wtih 50 new levels of gaseous fun. Navigate your fish-duck hybrid past the dangers of stilt wearing fish, paper airplane throwing cats and frogs with yo-yo tongues. Oh yeah, and you can fly by farting.

    John Winskowicz 5 years ago 3 responses

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    Bango

    A puzzle game and a platformer all in one. Each time you step on a block, it disappears. But the only way to get to the next room is to get rid of all the blocks. The whole thing is kind of Sisyphean and depressing. View Media ›

    Jack Shepherd 5 years ago 13 responses

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    Civiballs (Game Battle!)

    Civiballs is an awesome physics-based puzzler. Cut the chains so the balls go into the amphora of the right color. For this week’s Game Battle, the loser will be the person whose game gets the most abuse in the comments. I did not want to do it this way, because I just want everyone to get along, but Scott (who also hates puppies, unicorns, and Obama) is just so full of anger these days that there’s no reasoning with him. So please play Civiballs, then go to Scott’s game and heckle the crap out of it. Feel free to just let it all out. Thank you! Read More ›

    Jack Shepherd 5 years ago 18 responses

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    Red Star Fall (Game Battle!)

    Get the red star safely to the platform. I hate to tell you this, but Jack has been really trashing BuzzFeed users this week around the office. “You call that LOL?” and “If that’s OMG, I’m Terrence Stamp” are just some of the comments he’s made while moderating your posts. So for this game battle, we’re giving you the chance to fight back! Go to Jack’s game and trash him in the comments — the more abusive, the better! The person with the most abusive comments loses, so let’s show Jack he can’t get away with this an longer!!! Read More ›

    Scott Lamb 5 years ago 17 responses

  • Electric Box

    Here’s an awesome new puzzle game from Candystand. Use the gadgets to connect the power source to the target on increasingly complex circuits. It takes a minute or two to figure out how it all works, but it’s totally worth it. This one’s a winner.

    Jack Shepherd 5 years ago 14 responses

  • Jack’s Game: Exorbis 2

    I’m not sure I can emphasize enough how important it is that you play this extremely fun, addictive puzzle game and share it with everyone you know. Just click the sliders to move the orbs onto the targets. Seriously, at least just try it out. I think you will like it. Read More ›

    Jack Shepherd 5 years ago 12 responses