Ecological Games For Smart Kids

Environmental Puzzles & Brain Teasers

A brain teaser is a form of puzzle that requires thought to solve. It often requires thinking in unconventional ways with given constraints in mind; sometimes it also involves lateral thinking. Logic puzzles and riddles are specific types of brain teasers. One of the earliest known brain teaser enthusiasts was the Greek mathematician Archimedes. He devised mathematical problems for his contemporaries to solve...

KoiKiwi has developed several environmental puzzle games and brain teasers. Notice that our Trivia game is quiet hard! IT may look like the questions are trivial, but if you want a challenge... give it a go!

Environmental Trivia
A challenging trivia game if you are keen on environment care - from global warming to pollution, Earth and the solar system.   [play]

Ages: 8 to 99yrs     Level: All Teachers
3d Pollutant Maze
Help our planet Earth out from the 3-d maze of rubbish piles to a cleaner and happier place in space! [play]

Ages: 6 to 99yrs     Level: Medium Teachers
Environmental Memory Game
Try to find pairs of wind turbines, green house gas molecules and recycling icons in this cool game [play]

Ages: 6 to 99yrs     Level: Medium Teachers

KoiKiwi in the recycling boxes
KoiKiwi is hiding between three rubbish recycling boxes - do your best to find KoiKiwi and let it out! [play]

Ages: 10 to 99yrs     Level: Medium Teachers
Ecological sliding puzzle
Take the challenge of solving a difficult sliding puzzle made of beautiful ecology and landscape pictures [play]

Ages: 6 to 99yrs     Level: Medium Teachers
Ecological Puzzles
More than 50 different ecological puzzles of recycling, wild animals, wind turbines, power dams and more [play]

Ages: 6 to 99yrs     Level: Medium Teachers

More about puzzle games

A puzzle is a game, problem, or toy that tests a person's ingenuity or knowledge. In a puzzle, the solver is expected to put pieces together in a logical way, in order to arrive at the correct solution of the puzzle. There are different genres of puzzles, such as crossword puzzles, word-search puzzles, number puzzles, or logic puzzles. Puzzles are often created to be a form of entertainment but they can also arise from serious mathematical or logistical problems. In such cases, their solution may be a significant contribution to mathematical research.[1] Genres

Puzzles can be divided into categories. For example, a maze is a type of tour puzzle. Some other categories are construction puzzles, stick puzzles, tiling puzzles, transport puzzles, disentanglement puzzles, lock puzzles, folding puzzles, combination puzzles, and mechanical puzzles.

Puzzle Games Examples:

A chess problem is a puzzle that uses chess pieces on a chess board. Examples are the knight's tour and the eight queens puzzle.
Jigsaw puzzles.
Lateral thinking puzzles, also called "situation puzzles"
Mathematical puzzles include the missing square puzzle and many impossible puzzles — puzzles which have no solution, such as the Seven Bridges of Königsberg, the three cups problem, and three utilities problem
Mechanical puzzles such as the Rubik's Cube and Soma cube
Metapuzzles are puzzles which unite elements of other puzzles.
Paper-and-pencil puzzles such as Uncle Art's Funland, connect the dots, and nonograms
Word puzzles, including anagrams, ciphers, crossword puzzles, Hangman (game), and word search puzzles. Tabletop and digital word puzzles include Bananagrams, Boggle, Bonza, Dabble, Letterpress (video game), Perquackey, Puzzlage, Quiddler, Ruzzle, Scrabble, Upwords, WordSpot, and Words with Friends. Wheel of Fortune (U.S. game show) is a game show centered on a word puzzle.

Also the logic puzzles published by Nikoli: Sudoku, Slitherlink, Kakuro, Fillomino, Hashiwokakero, Heyawake, Hitori, Light Up, Masyu, Number Link, Nurikabe, Ripple Effect, Shikaku, and Kuromasu. Peg solitaire A puzzle box is a puzzle that can be used to hide something — jewelry, for instance. Rubik's Cube and other combination puzzles can be stimulating toys for children or recreational activities for adults. Sangaku (Japanese temple tablets with geometry puzzles). Sliding puzzles (also called sliding tile puzzles) such as the 15 Puzzle. Puzz-3D is a three-dimensional variant of this type. Sokoban. Spot the difference. Tangram.

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