Sudoku X by Fupa

Sudoku X by Fupa

This game is the same as sudoku, except that there is an additional constraint that the numbers in the diagonals must not repeat. In this game there will be a grid of 9 x 9 squares, each small grid of 3 x 3 squares is further grouped in to small groups. The object of this game is to fill in the squares with numbers 1 – 9 in such a way that the numbers in each row or column or diagonal must not repeat, and also the numbers in each small group must not repeat. The faster you finish the puzzle, the higher the score. If you are stuck, you can press the hint button to get some hint, but you will suffer a time penalty.

Hypersudoku by Fupa

Hypersudoku by Fupa

This game is similar to sudoku, except that there are extra 3×3 regions where the numbers must not repeat. In this game there is a grid of 9 x 9 squares, you need to fill in each square with numbers 1 – 9 so that the numbers in each row or column or each 3 x 3 group (the 9 groups surrounded by thick lines plus the 4 groups with dark background) do not repeat. The faster you finish the game, the higher your score. Click the hint button when you are stuck, but you will suffer a time penalty when you do so.

Greater Than Sudoku by Fupa

Greater Than Sudoku by Fupa

This game is similar to Sudoku except that there are extra hints given by the ordinal relationship between the numbers in the blocks. In this game there will be a grid of 9 x 9 squares, the grid will further be divided into 9 subgroups of 3 x 3 squares each. Between two blocks in a subgroup, there will be a greater than or less than sign indicating the order of the numbers in the squares. The object of this game is to fill in all the squares with numbers 1 – 9 where the numbers in each row or column or subgroup must not repeat, and that the numbers must obey the relationship given by the signs. The faster you finish this game, the higher your score. If you are stuck, you can click the hint button to get some hint, but a time penality will be applied.

CircleAndCross

CircleAndCross

Tic-tac-toe, is a pencil-and-paper game for two players, X and O, who take turns marking the spaces in a 3×3 grid. The player who succeeds in placing three respective marks in a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal row wins the game. Full description and rules can be found here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tic_tac_toe

The Cross Adventure Plus

The Cross Adventure Plus

The Cross Adventure Plus is the fusion and interaction of maze and adventure game, I like to call it a double maze. There is the “body” (blue ball) and “the Cross” (mouse pointer).

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The “body” will follow “the cross”, you can read all instructions in the tutorial room of the game. There is a highscore system where you can submit your score. There are a lot of different rooms, each one with an unique way to pass through, some places that you can’t go you will be able to go after getting an item. If you want quit and continue playing after a while you can save the game in each rooms. Try to beat other players that already set a highscore!

Moto X Jump

Moto X Jump

The jumpiest moto-x racing game on the internet. It is fast, jumpy and full of action on multiple tracks with different motors. Step on that bike.

Move the arrow keys and change lanes to avoid crashing into other bikes or jump gaps. Beat your opponents on the track and get a position on stage.

The Time Trap

The Time Trap

May be you already know this game, and have played it on paper.
Now you can play it on your PC as well!

In ordinary cross-word puzzle you need to guess the words and
place them horizontaly or verticaly to appropriate cells within
the game field. Of course, each pair of crossing horizontal and
vertical words must have the same letter in the cell of intersection.

Unlike the cross-word puzzle, the game uses numbers in place of words.
More then that, all numbers, that need to be placed on the game field,
are known in advance. However, you don’t know the cells within the
game field, to which each number should be placed. As in cross-word,
you can place numbers both horizontaly and verticaly, and each crossing
pair of numbers must have the same digit in the cell of their intersection.

Remember, that the objective of the game is to fill in the game field
from the offered set of numbers.

Don’t be surprised, if after filling in all of the free cells you still
have unused numbers. They are check numbers. If the game field was filled
correctly, you may find them in one of the columns or rows of the game
field. After this you will need to place them in the appropriate position.

The game have 30 puzzles with different levels of the difficulty.

Cross path

Cross path

this game has 10 levels. Each level has a starting point and the ending point. First starting point is displayed. When the player places his mouse on that points, then the end point and the path is visible. Each path has obstacles. The player loses the game either by touching the obstacles or by touching the edges of the path. When the player reaches the end point without touching the edges or obstacles, level is progressed.