# Elementary Games

A strategy game with a difference.

Shuffle the numbers into the right order

A hybrid of Mastermind and the Android pattern lock. A game you will love to hate.
Empty circle means correct...

Chocolate is nice ... so try to choose the larger block!

You can make color patterns on the number chart.

Five different connect-the-dot puzzles

Remember to count the hidden blocks!

Count the number of bugs

Divide the blocks exactly.

Click on the missing numbers and choose the correct answer.

Find all of the hidden bugs

Light the rockets ... but only in the right order!

A memory game - but you have to match 3 symbols not just a pair.

Follow the North, South, East and West directions and click on the destination.
You get points for being close,...

Guess a random number

Guess if the next card is higher or lower, and earn points!
(Note: after each bet it skips cards that are very...

How good are you at getting an exact quantity in a jug?

**Drag and drop**the jugs left or right to fill,...Use your arrow keys to make the ball hit the right answer, but avoid the green squares.
A wrong answer makes...

How many ways can you make a Dollar (or Pound or Euro ... and more!)
Drag and Drop the Coins.

Think of a number between 1 and 63, answer 6 simple questions, and the Mind Reader will reveal your number!

How good are your money handling skills?
How fast can you give change?

Make four in a line using multiplication.

How Many Blocks?

Move the blocks to match the shape. You have to get them exactly right.

Move the number blocks around just as you wish.

See if you can match the pattern.

See if you can match the pattern.

See if you can match the pattern.

Rotate the pipes!

Rotate the pipes!

Rotate the pipes so the plumbing goes just everywhere.
Start from the middle. Click the pipes.

I can do single addition under 1 second ... can you?

Test your reaction time.

Roll the ball through the maze

Now you can send secret message to your friends ... using simple cryptogtaphy.

Shoot the Shape!

How long a sequence can you remember?

Move the blocks around, play with equations.
Bump the blocks along the top to change them.

Play the classic Tic-Tac-Toe game against the computer. The first player to get three squares in a row wins.

Jump one peg over another into an empty spot, removing the jumped peg from the board. The goal is to finish with...

The lines are crossing each other all over the place!
Move the vertices (corner points) and bring order.