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Games for the Brain

There are many unique games like Rotate where you decide which pieces need to be rotated to see the picture or Memocoly where you memorize the colors you see in order after a quick flash.
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This site offers 29 different brain games including ones you may know such as Chinese checkers, Sudoku, Mastermind, and Chess. However, there are many unique games like Rotate where you decide which pieces need to be rotated to see the picture or Memocoly where you memorize the colors you see in order after a quick flash. It also provides 13 different word games like unscrambling words quickly in Anagramania, or trying to figure out what word the moving letters make in The WordHunt Game. Not only can you play any of these 42 challenging games, you can choose from 30 different languages including Spanish, French, Italian and many more. 

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