Puzzles - Family

  • Arcademic Arcademic Skill Builders

    11 multi-player and 12 single-player online educational video games that teach basic academic skills by incorporating features of arcade games.

  • 60-fti Family Time Crosswordby Timothy Parker

    A crossword for the whole family to enjoy!

  • 60-uchwr Hollywood Word Roundupby David L. Hoyt

    Word Roundup: Hollywood Edition is a daily pop-culture-themed word search.

  • Jumble-kids Jumble Kids

    It's America's #1 unscrambling game -- designed just for kids. Features shorter, simpler words to solve, but all of the fun of the original.

  • Tiny_avatar Jumble Solitaireby David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek

    Jumble Solitaire combines two favorites: the word-unscrambling challenge of Jumble and the card game fun of Solitaire. Extra points are earned for unscrambling the Jumble Bonus Word!

  • Tiny_avatar Jumble Word Web

    Jumble Word Web takes America's #1 word puzzle and adds a spooky twist: players must create words from the letters scattered around a spider's web. Players can move letters around the web, connect them into words and earn extra points for unscrambling the Jumble Bonus Word.

  • Tiny_avatar PlayFour!by John Wilmes

    Available for print / Web / HTML5 Don't have lots of time? Try this quick, challenging four-by-four puzzle. It's perfect for a quick break - not too tough that you can't finish it in just a few minutes, but hard enough to keep you on your toes and coming back for more every day!

  • Teleword Telewordby David Ouellet

    Circle all the words in the grid to get the hidden answer!

  • Tiny_avatar Universal Jigsawby Universal Uclick

    A classic family favorite brought to the 21st century.

  • 60-kj Universal Jigsaw for Kidsby James A. Collins

    A high-quality daily jigsaw perfect for kids!

  • Tiny_avatar Up & Down Wordsby David L. Hoyt

    Available for print / Web / HTML5

    In Up & Down Words, players use crossword-style clues to fill in two-word phrases. But here's the twist: the second word of each phrase is the first word in the phrase that follows. Players may solve the puzzle from the bottom up or from the top down -- whichever gets you to the solution quickest and is the most fun!