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Top Ten Brain Teasers and Games for Kids and Adults alike

Over the last Hourglass four years we have posted over 100 puzzles, teasers, riddles, illusions, and every form of mental exercise that both challenges and enlightens our minds.

Below you have a selection of the ten most popular ones among SharpBrains readers. Enjoy!

Top Ten Brain Teasers and Games for Kids and Adults alike

1. Can you count?: Basketball attention experiment (Interactive).

2. Which way is the bus heading?.

3. Words in your brain: do you know where words are “stored” in your brain?.

4. Please Spot the Differences.

5. Do you think you know the colors?: Quick, try the Stroop Test.

6. Clinically proven Stress Management tip.

7. Riddle for the Whole Brain: The Blind Beggar.
Rubik's Cube brain exercise

8. What is going on with these pictures?.

9. Puzzles Teasers for the Weekend: a few challenges to exercise your atten­tion and working memory.

10. Consider Linda’s job prospects: riddle, or obvious?.

In case that wasn’t enough…here’s a bonus: please try this Mental Rotation challenge.

And remember you can find many more brain teasers and brain games in our Teasers section.

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  1. David Brown says:

    That basketball attention test is one of my favorites, very good fun to show other people.

  2. drdoorknob says:

    There are 30 differences. 15 differences in the left pic from the right pic, and 15 in the right from the left. lol.

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