Here are my favorite free brain games for adults and kids (also known as puzzle games or educational mind games - typical brain food), that you can download as zip files.
After you open the zip files, you can extract the compressed game onto your disk and play it offline with no internet connection required.
But let's start with a few games that you can play online - directly here. No need to download anything - just click on "Start Game" or on the picture of each game.
Online Brain Games - play directly here by clicking the pictures below.
This is probably the most cool puzzle game I ever played.
Your task, if you choose to accept it, is to get a rectangular cube into a square hole.
Use arrow keys to roll and tip your block to the hole. More tips and tricks are directly in the game - Start the Game
Isoball is another great logic game where you have to roll ball into designated hole by building a track using several kinds of blocks.
You will start with easy tracks, however, there will be more and more complex tracks. Each puzzle has a timer. Progress through the rankings from red ball 'novice' to black ball 'architect'.
Offline Puzzle Games - download onto your computer and play even without internet connection.
Soukoban (144 KB) is a classic brain game for all ages (kids and adults). The objective is to push given cubes to a certain position in a warehouse. Even though the logic is simple, it's quite challenging to complete the hardest levels.
PocoMan (1045 KB) is another brain game like Soukoban including a bit more complicated mazes.
Triogical (4156 KB) is a free (freeware), puzzle-type game. Collect all Klondikes by using 3 robots - pusher, grabber and zapper (99 maps).
Atomic (198 KB) - move atoms in a maze to create a molecule and all that in a time limit. Learning how to built the basic molecules is added educational value.
Oslik (113 KB) - use simple logic to get the yellow square out through the bottom edge in this brain exercise (tease your mind).
Fifteen (17 KB) - Sam Loyd's (famous puzzle maker) well-known free brain game called "Fifteen". It's still a cool game although it's more than a century old.
What about a game of Chess >>
Do you like these brain teasers and wish to bookmark them on your Google +1 or Facebook profile? Easy, simply click the following buttons.