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Daily Sudoku X

Daily Sudoku X HTML5 game: Daily Sudoku game with an additional rule for the diagonals. Every day new sudoku games with the following rules: each row, column, 3×3 box and diagonal contains the numbers 1 to 9 only once.

Daily Line Game

Daily Line Game HTML5 game: Everyday 3 different Line Game puzzles to solve. Draw a horizontal or vertical line in each white cell. Each black number in a cell represents the total number of cells occupied by the lines from that number. Lines cannot enter other numbered cells or intersect with other lines.

Daily ZNumbers

Daily ZNumbers HTML5 game: The classic zNumbers puzzle game. Move every box with a number on it only once. The box may only be moved by the amount on the box (horizontal, vertical or diagonal).

Daily Dog Pooh

Daily Dog Pooh HTML5 game: Everyday a new Binary puzzle for kids with dog and pooh. Every row and column has the same amount of dog and pooh. There can be only a maximum of 2 of the same in a row.

Daily Star Battle

Daily Star Battle HTML5 game: Play everday three new Star Battle puzzles. Place stars in such a way that there is only 1 star per row and per column and per region. Stars cannot touch even not diagonally.

Daily Suguru

Daily Suguru HTML5 game: Every three new Suguru puzzles to solve. Fill in the cages on the grid so that every cage contains unique numbers from 1 to the size of the cage. The same numbers cannot touch, not even diagonally.

Daily Binario

Daily Binario HTML5 game:
Every day new Binary Puzzles in 4 sizes: 6×6, 8×8, 10×10 and 12×12. Use logic to solve the puzzles. The goal of the game is to place a 0 or 1 in each cell using the following rules:

No more than two the same numbers may be placed directly next to or below each other.

Every row and every column must contain as many zeroes as ones.

The combination of zeroes and ones in every row is unique. The same applies to every column.

Daily Str8ts

Daily Str8ts HTML5 game: Everyday a new Str8ts puzzle game. A 9×9 grid is divided by black cells into compartments. Each compartment, vertically or horizontally, must contain a straight, a set of consecutive numbers, but in any order. For example: 7, 6, 4, 5 is valid, but 1, 3, 8, 7 is not. Fill the remaining white cells with numbers 1 to 9 such that each row and column contains unique digits. Additional clues are set in some of the black cells, these numbers remove that digit as an option in the row and column. Such digits do not form part of any straight.