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These are games that can be played independently, in pairs or in groups. Most of them are suitable for IWBs. Some might not necessarily be curriculum based but are logic based puzzles. These are great for wet days, before school or extras for students who have finished all their work.


Drawminos

Create a path for the Dominoes to fall.

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Samorost 1

Logic, adventure and mystery

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Samorost 2 Rockeman

Logic, adventure and mystery
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Ball Droppings

Logic, maths, music
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Machinarium

LIke Samorost, but it has a cost. Play the demo for free
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Lego Digital Designer

Build lego models on your computer. Download the free programme
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Tangrams

Maths and Logic game

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Isometric Drawings

Create drawings with shapes
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Sand Pictures

Create sand pictures, press C on keyboard to change colour
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Cubescape

Drop cubes to make isometric patterns
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Lure of the Labyrinth

Math based interactive game
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Rubik's Cube

Many different patterns and faces

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Mind Tree

Logic and Memory Puzzles
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City Creator

Create a city (Like Sim City)
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Jigzone

Upload your own photos to Jigzone and make jigsaw puzzles, embed in your wiki or blog
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Puzzle Parlour

Choose from an assortment of logic type games
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Free Rice

For every answer that is correct, 5 grains of rice are donated
to the World Food Programme. There is a choice of synonym,
maps, or maths games
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Freeflour

For every answer that is correct a spoon of flour is donated. (The donations
have stopped now due to lack of sponsership but you can still play the game)
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Questionaut

Rescue the hat by answering questions to do with writing, maths, health.