gbrainy is a brain teaser game and trainer to have fun and to keep your brain trained. It is written for GNOME using Mono, C# and Cairo. gbrainy mission is to provide a platform for creating different kinds of brain-teasers and brain trainers games for GNOME. Read more hot
Auralquiz is a simple music quiz game that uses your own music files. It plays short pieces of music files from your folders and presents a question and several answers about the current song.
Brain Party is an open source puzzle-solving, brain-stretching game that comes with 36 minigames designed to push your brain to its limits, testing memory, logic, mathematics, reactions and more. Read more
Brain Workshop is an implementation of the Dual N-Back mental exercise. This exercise is the only mental activity that is scientifically proven to improve your short-term memory and fluid intelligence (IQ). The game involves remembering a sequence of spoken letters and a sequence of positions of a square at the same time. Brain Workshop includes an optional Triple N-Back mode that introduces differently colored squares as a third stimulus. Read more
C-NC is a Mastermind (Enigma, Guess, etc.) style game. It implements two modes of play: one in which the player guesses the computer's code and one in which the computer guesses the player's code. The two modes alternate between rounds.
Easy MEMO is a memory game. Like any concentration game, you have to find pairs of identical pictures. You can also play against other people or the computer.
GMasterMind is a simple clone of the classic "Master Mind" board game. The computer chooses a sequence of four colour pins out of eight and you have to guess what they are in eight turns.
GNOME Mastermind is a codebreaking game that integrates well into the GNOME desktop. It's a solitaire version of the classic board game. The goal is to guess a hidden color code with the least number of tries following obscure hints given by the game.
Gnome Memory Blocks
The concentration game for GNOME desktop environment.
GNOME Music Quiz
GNOME Music Quiz is a game similar to the television show 'Name That Tune' Players are quizzed on songs from their Rhythmbox music library. The faster a player identifies a song the more points he or she recieves.
GnomerMind is a puzzle game for Gnome, loosely based on the classic MasterMind game. It has theme support, 7 game parameters, and an easy-to-learn gameplay.
levelHead is a spatial memory game which uses a hand-held solid-plastic cube as its only interface. On-screen it appears each face of the cube contains a little room, each of which are logically connected by doors. Read more
LPairs is a classical memory game. This means you have to find pairs of identical cards which will then be removed. Your time and tries needed will be counted but there is no highscore chart or limit to this.
(commercial) Designed for easy play using a ?win win? concept, Lua Lua includes cute and cuddly animals that playfully invite your kids to take part in 7 fun-filled games: ?Soopa Koopa,? a puzzle; ?Thinky Thinky,? a memory game; ?Catch-a-Match,? a matching pairs game; ?La La Land,? a musical phrase game, "Pig-Tac-Dog" a tic tac toe game, ,"Taquin" a slide puzzle and "Drag and Drop" a shape matching game.
(commercial) Memonix is a game with a purpose. It is intended not just to entertain, but also to improve your child's brainpower. The game attracts kids with its brightly colored fairy-tale look and graphics.
This is a new implementation of the old game of the moles that must to go into their lair.
This an implementation of the classic game of memory.
Qleuren is a Qt-based MasterMind clone for Linux with an user-interface that tries to look and feel like a real-world board game.
Taruli is another version of the Concentration game. This is inspired from the AmigaTration game.
The Amazing Brain Train
(shareware) The Amazing Brain Train provides 15 different brain games, in 5 categories. Read more
Thief Catcher is a remake of an old game "Where in the world is Carmen Sandiego?" The goal of the game is to catch different criminals by following them around the world, one clue at a time.
The dynamic of the game requires good geographic and cultural knowledge, so fits the category of educational games.