Cyber Box :
CyberBox is a game of thinking ahead. There are 17 levels ("rooms") for you to solve. The object of each room is simply to get to the exit. The exit is the passageway located above the very top center tile. Once you reach the exit of a room you immediately enter next room. Each room is simply a 15x10 layout of boxes and blank spaces. There are several different boxes. SLIDERS Sliders appear as boxes with arrowheads pointing in various directions. These boxes can be pushed out of the way by you if there's nothing preventing this from happening. BLOCKERS Blockers appear as red X'd out boxes. These can't be pushed and nothing can be pushed into them. PUSHERS Pushers appear as cyan boxes with inscribed triangles. These boxes make the game more dynamic they are the only boxes which can move themselves. They exert a constant force in the direction that they point. If it is possible to push the block to which a pusher points it will do so. Otherwise, it will act like a blocker in that it cannot be moved nor pushed against by other blocks. ZAPPERS Zappers appear as purple boxes with inscribed triangles with inscribed circles. These boxes act as blockers except that when you approach them from behind (the base of the inscribed triangle) and push you will be transported instantly to the square in front of the zapper IF IT IS EMPTY. SELECTORS Selectors cannot be pushed by you, but CAN be pushed by other blocks. In order to move them, then you will have to use sliders. Normal selectors can be walked through by you as if they were blank spaces but others (X'd out frames) cannot be walked through and act like blockers. 1. avoid trapping yourself. 2. avoid losing access to the exit. 3. do what is necessary to make the exit accessible. The following additional rules apply: 1. Boxes cannot be pushed into the exit passage. 2. Only you can be transported via the zappers, not other boxes. And remember, the space in front of a zapper must be free in order for you to be able to use it. You can move more than one box at a time only if every box in that series of boxes can be legally moved. Experiment. You'll get the idea. CyberBox original Dos version made by Doug Beeferman 1991. This is a complete 17 level flash remake.
Online Flash Games :
Alice Mazes : You start this maze on the red square, your current position is always shown in red. You must make a series of moves that will take you to the goal. Begin each move by following one of the arrows in the red square. Travel in a straight line for a distance equal to step. At the start, step equals 1. A square with a red arrow adds 1 to step, a yellow arrow subtracts 1 from your step. Click arrow to select maze anytime. Alice Mazes copyright by Robert Abbott.
Black Box : Black box is a famous puzzle game invented by Eric Solomon in the 1970s. Your goal is to discover the whereabouts of five hidden atoms in a black box by sending rays of light into the box and observing if and where the rays emerge. An atom will either absorb a ray if the ray hits it head on, or deflect a ray through 90 degrees if it comes close (passes through an adjacent row or column). Two deflections can occur at the same time forcing a ray to return and emerge at its entry point, this is referred to as reflection. Click 'reset' to generate another arrangement of hidden atoms.
Block Champ : This is a clone of the games 'Rush Hour' and 'Car Jam'. Your task is to move the dark colour block up to the exit. You can play here 13 levels taken from Lutz Tautenhahn's CarChamp.
Box Up : This is a puzzle similar to traditional sokoban. But here all the boxes are hollow and open on one side. They can only be moved by pushing from the inside. There are two sizes of boxes, small and large. The aim is always to push the small red box inside the blue box. Black boxes may help or hinder your progress. A small box inside a large box can be pushed together. Use keyboard arrows to move.
Chain Reaction : Clear the grid by crossing off the coloured symbols one by one. The black cross indicates your current position, click on grid to move. At each turn you can travel horizontally or vertically any distance. But the next symbol must match the current symbol either in shape or colour.
Color Sok : Colorsok is a clone of a great sokoban style java game called 'Socolor'. Tiles of the same color need to be pushed all together. You can select or reset stage anytime or undo your moves. I had great fun and it was a nice excercise making this game.
Cubilus : The objective is to place all the blocks onto their corresponding shapes. Click on the blocks and drag them in the direction you want to push them. Click on 'Cubilus' to reset stage, click arrows to select the level you like.
Cyber Box : CyberBox is a game of thinking ahead. There are 17 levels ("rooms") for you to solve. The object of each room is simply to get to the exit. The exit is the passageway located above the very top center tile. Once you reach the exit of a room you immediately enter next room. Each room is simply a 15x10 layout of boxes and blank spaces. There are several different boxes.
Eliminator : Eliminator is a puzzle game originally written in Java by Riza Purwo Nugroho. You must remove all balls of the same color, by lining them up against eachother in any direction. You have a certain amount of moves on each level. The grey 'donut' balls cannot be removed.
Free Fall : The aim of this game is to remove all colored shapes from the board. Keep in mind that colored shapes are always subject to gravity first. The number of moves you can make in each level is limited.
Full Board : Click an empty position on grid to mark your start position. Click mouse again to move inside the grid horizontally or vertically. Try to draw a path moving through each open square on grid.
Full Hex : The objective is to pass through each blank hex. The direction can only change when you hit an already marked hex or a hex that contains part of the path so far, or the edge of the grid.
Hanoi : Try to move all the disks from Tower 1 to Tower 3, you may only move one disk at a time. It is not allowed a bigger disk to go on top of a smaller disk. Tower of Hanoi puzzle was invented by the French mathematician Edouard Lucas in 1883.
Ledix : Ledix is a sokoban style game. Your goal is to push boxes on correct positions. Small levels but can be delightfully tricky and surprisingly difficult to solve. Use keyboard arrows to move, every room has a solution, remember that.
Magnetic : Magnetic is a single level puzzle game based on tilt. Your challenge is to unite all the blocks into their colour groups by sliding them around until they stick together. All blocks move at the same time, except those that are prevented by other blocks. Use keyboard arrows to tilt the tray.
Minesweeper : This is a simple minesweeper clone. You can uncover a square by clicking it. If you uncover a mine, you lose the game. If a number appears on a square, it indicates how many mines are in the eight squares that surround the numbered one.
Poux : Poux is a fast and challenging board game you have to click on contiguous same colored tiles to remove them. Time is running fast and adds a new line of tiles at the bottom. Bombs can eliminate a whole line of tiles. Use them wizely.
Q : Q is a hidden puzzle game inside Ericsson T68i. Push the coloured marbles into their corresponding holes. Drag a coloured marble in the direction you wish to push it.
Skid : Start from the S and move horizontally and vertically through grid. Visit each square exactly once, move according the number you clicked. Each puzzle has a unique solution.
Spy : Spy is a simple but addictive little game. You start on a random position and you can click only the numbered box next to you (up, down, left, right or diagonal) using numbers to move through the board. Avoid bombs, your body parts, and do not exceed the board edges.
Tetris : A Tetris game written in Actionscript, play using the keyboard arrows to move and rotate pieces. Click 'pause' to stop game or 'restart' anytime to restart game. Original Tetris game invented by Alexey Pazhitnov in 1985.
ThreeSome : You and two friends are stuck in a building. The three of you want to move to other room(s). Can you work together reaching your goal? Manouvre the three players (dots) onto their X target. Place a dot on a coloured marker to open doors of matching colour. Two doors of the same colour needs 2 dots on matching markers. You can also move a dot between doors and leave it there.
Tilt Maze : This is a flash remake of a great little puzzle called 'Tilt Maze'. Click on flash and use keyboard arrows to tilt the ball and hit the blue targets.
Znax : Click 4 tiles of the same color and form squares as big as you can. You will erase all the tiles inside the square and collect points. Get maximum score if you make a square with game edges.
Znumbers : Every box on field is labeled with a number between 1 and 4. The box may only be moved by that amount on free positions (X). Your goal is to move every box once and turn it grey.
Net Speed : This flash test your internet connection speed.
12 or 13? : Count the number of people. It's an old game.
Mind Reader : This flash can read your mind.
Another Wizardy : This flash can read your mind.
Wizardy : This flash can read your mind.