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Toddlers and preschoolers make objects come alive by combining geometric shapes.
Kids explore engineering principles by helping an adorable robot escape a recycling bin filled with intriguing contraptions and gizmos.
Kids tinker with everyday objects to create Rube Goldberg-like machines in this series of puzzles.
Brain-stretching puzzles about cutting swinging objects to make candy drop into the adorable alien Om Nom's mouth.
A visually arresting puzzle game filled with landscapes that would have made M.C. Escher proud.
This feminine, feisty flock of angry birds will have you strategizing to solve its delightful puzzles, while also reaching for your wallet for in-app purchases.
Solve hidden objects puzzles inside an eerie mansion!
Well done jigsaws puzzles, memory games, and match-3 puzzles, all with Halloween themes.
Removing little colored dots from a grid is surprisingly satisfying in this well-done puzzler.
Your creative scribbles solve 60 artful and fascinating puzzles about collecting colorful dots while avoiding black ones. Whatever pattern you draw repeats across the screen in an intriguing manner.
People from around the world can join you to build towers by moving 3D blocks. Will this anonymous cooperation help or hinder your building?
This digital playground filled with geometric shapes and corresponding holes invites exploration by the toddler and preschooler set. It cleverly sets forth logical thinking challenges that get progressively harder.
With a catsuit to don, and the ability to clone yourself into lots of little Marios, this platform puzzler is great fun for a solo player, but it is even better when played with up to 4 others.
Kids solve eye-popping puzzles by paying attention to the layered colors of paintings of animals.
Kids recreate images constructed by layering various geometric patterns on top of each other. While simple in concept, these puzzles are challenging to solve; but they remain fun because they provide kids with a workspace in which to experiment.
Disappointing sequel to the popular Where's My Water app. By moving to the free-to-play mode, this puzzle app loses its magic because Disney seeks to make money by frustrating the player with an energy timer. And it isn't really free -- you eventually have to pay or have Facebook friends bail you out.
Sequel to the popular Plants vs. Zombies app retains the fun fighting plants and the wacky zombies, but it loses some of its magic by going to the free-to-play model where it makes money by enticing players to pay for power-ups.
These puzzles are about spinning virtual hoops around your finger. Players match certain speeds, and when they do, they create music.
Rube Goldberg-like puzzles where kids drag gadgets and parts into a play space to create wacky inventions, including one that showers a bird.
Solve water physics puzzles featuring Mickey Mouse and the gang.