ChromeBall ChromeBall - A small game of Labyrinth. The idea of game should be pretty familiar to everyone. You will need to guide the metal ball to goal by tilting the game board. On each level there is one hole more compared to previous level. Levels are created randomly
Zudoku Zudoku - Sudoku, sometimes written Su Doku, is a logic-based placement puzzle, also known as Number Place in the United States. The aim of the puzzle is to enter a numerical digit from 1 to 9 in each cell of a 9x9 grid, starting with various digits given in some cells (the "givens"). The grid is made up of 3x3 subgrids (called "regions")
Puzz-le Puzz-le is a colorful arcade logic game for the Zaurus. Player uses the pointer device to pick up and move blocks around. When two or more similar blocks are next to each other, they will disappear.
The goal is to eliminate all blocks on the given level. Beside colored blocks there are other various objects the player can interact with
QLine QLine - This game is a kind of mixture between Tetris and Connect-4. Your goal is to prevent the playing board from being completely filled with tokens. To achieve this goal bring at least five tokens of the same color either in vertical, horizontal or diagonal
You are playing on a square board with 9x9 fields
Pairs Pairs -This is a classic flash based memory game. In this a game where a deck of cards is placed face-down in rows. For every card, there is another card with the same image in the game. You are allowed to look at 2 cards at a time, all you have to do is remember where you saw them and try to match pairs
Nappy Cat Sudoku Nappy Cat Sudoku will allow you to play sudoku on your PDA. It will create virtually unlimited puzzles for you to solve with varying degrees of difficulty. You can also create your own puzzles or copy a puzzle from a newspaper or magazine to play on your PDA
Repton Repton is the ultimate thinking man's arcade game requiring dexterity to complete its arcade-style elements, and clear logical thinking to solve its strategic puzzles. The Linux release is an official conversion of the 80's BBC Micro classic, which sold over 125,000 copies in the UK
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