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Logical Games 2.5.1-signed.1-signed
por Rajesh Kumar
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Minesweeper Game Overview
The player is initially presented with a grid of undifferentiated squares. Some randomly selected squares, unknown to the player, are designated to contain mines. Typically, the size of the grid and the number of mines are set in advance by the user, either by entering the numbers or selecting from defined skill levels depending on the implementation. The grid size is often user-selectable, as a way to adjust the difficulty level.
The game is played by revealing squares of the grid, typically by clicking them with a mouse. If a square containing a mine is revealed, the player loses the game. Otherwise, a digit is revealed in the square, indicating the number of adjacent squares (typically, out of the possible eight) that contain mines. In typical implementations, if this number is zero then the square appears blank, and the surrounding squares are automatically also revealed. By using logic, the player can in many instances use this information to deduce that certain other squares are mine-free, in which case they may be safely revealed, or mine-filled, in which they can be marked as such (which, in typical implementations, is effected by right-clicking the square and indicated by a flag graphic).
In some implementations, a question mark may be placed in an unrevealed square as a marker. This has no meaning in the rules of the game, but can serve as an aid to logical deduction. Another convenience feature present in some implementations is an interface to quickly clear around a revealed square once the correct number of mines have been flagged around it. The game is won when all mine-free squares are revealed, meaning that all mines have been located.
Animation Picture Puzzle
Can you rebuild the animated picture? Your goal in this game is to rearrange the tiles according to the animation. When the game opens, the animated image will be divided into 16 pieces, and you need to observe the movements of the objects on the tiles, then click and drag them to the frame on the right of the screen. The time you have spent will be recorded at the top left corner. Complete the puzzle as quickly as possible!
Very Logical Game. A physics-based puzzler similar to Super Stacker. Stack shapes and try to keep them on the screen as gravity changes from level to level.
Invisible Cursor is very good logical game which tests your memory as well as your mouse controlling skills. You will be shown initial position where you need to bring your mouse cursor. the moment you bring it to the starting point, the cursor become invisible can now you have to move it till Exit door. In between there will be some circles given which will make your cursor visible for some time. Do enjoy this game.
In this game there are three levels of game "Easy", "Medium" and "Hard". Each level decides how to split the given Car in the Jigsaw puzzle. I hope that you will enjoy this Jigsaw Puzzle.
Kaleidoscope Series 1
Player is presented with a series of colorful shapes that have to be shifted, rotated and swapped until all adjoining sides match. There are four series of shapes including squares, circles, triangles and hexagons each with 6 levels.
Chess is a two-player board game played on a chessboard, a square-checkered board with 64 squares arranged in an eight-by-eight grid. It is one of the world's most popular games, played by millions of people worldwide at home, in clubs, online, by correspondence, and in tournaments. Each player begins the game with sixteen pieces: one king, one queen, two rooks, two knights, two bishops, and eight pawns, each of these types of pieces moving differently. Pieces are used to attack and capture the opponent's pieces. The object of the game is to 'checkmate' the opponent's king by placing it under an inescapable threat of capture. In addition to checkmate, the game can be won by the voluntary resignation of one's opponent, which may occur when too much material is lost, or if checkmate appears unavoidable. A game may also result in a draw in several ways, where neither player wins. The course of the game is divided in three phases. The beginning of the game is called the opening (with the development of pieces). The opening yields to the phase called the middlegame. The last phase is the endgame, generally characterized by the disappearance of queens. The first official World Chess Champion, Wilhelm Steinitz, claimed his title in 1886; the current World Champion is Viswanathan Anand. In addition to the World Championship, there are the Women's World Championship, the Junior World Championship, the World Senior Championship, the Correspondence Chess World Championship, the World Computer Chess Championship, and Blitz and Rapid World Championships. The Chess Olympiad is a popular competition among teams from different nations. Online chess has opened amateur and professional competition to a wide and varied group of players. Chess is a recognized sport of the International Olympic Committee, and international chess competition is sanctioned by the FIDE (Fédération Internationale des Échecs or World Chess Federation). There are also many chess variants that have different rules, different pieces, and different boards. Commencing in the second half of the 20th century, computers have been programmed to play chess with increasing success to the point where home computers can play chess at a very high level. In the past two decades computer analysis has contributed significantly to chess theory as understood by human players, particularly in the endgame. The computer program Deep Blue was the first machine player to overcome a reigning World Chess Champion when it defeated Garry Kasparov in 1997.
Maze Race Description
Trapped in a maze, you must get out before the computer player does if you want to win ProProfs Maze-Race game. Direct your green ball through the maze and get to the flag before the red ball does to earn points and advance to the next level. Watch out for dead ends, for if the red ball gets to the flag first, your game is over!
Peg Solitaire Description
Clear the board by jumping pegs over other pegs. The object is to leave the last peg in the darker cell. Aim should be to clear the board in minimum move. One can also see how computer do it in minimum moves. Different level of this game are there to selected from.
A sliding puzzle, sliding block puzzle, or sliding tile puzzle challenges a player to slide usually flat pieces along certain routes (usually on a board) to establish a certain end-configuration. The goal is to first scramble the board, then move the blocks to recreate the Home State of the puzzle. Once the puzzle is scrambled, click on a block with the mouse to move it into the vacant square.
Sliding Block Puzzle Description
This sliding block puzzle is an engaging twist on the classic sliding block game. Instead of sliding blocks around to form a picture, your goal with this sliding block puzzle is to get the red block out of the maze. It is not as easy as it sounds!
Tritris (Tri Tetris) Description
Tetris is a classic game that no one can get enough of, especially when you play up to three Tetris boards at once with Tritris. Rotate falling pieces to form lines of blocks that will then disappear. Pile all your pieces to the top without forming lines and you will lose your Tetris game, not only once but up to three times with Tritris.
Spot the Difference:
Find the differences between the two pictures as fast as possible. The faster you find the difference, the more you score
Place blocks to build tracks that will allow the ball to roll into the hole.