Weight Logic is an application for Android OS version 2.3.3 or higher. Application is a set of twelve puzzles. In each puzzle your task is weighing or measuring specified amount of material. You use different sizes of bowls to measure specified amount of water. In second type of puzzles you weight specified quantity of flour using two pan balance scale.

Bee in the Rose Garden is an application for Android OS version 2.3.3 or higher. Our story begins in the flower garden on a sunny afternoon. Birds, butterflies and insects flitted in the hot air around the tall midsummer flowers. The bees were flying from flower to flower collecting pollen and wearing their full baskets to the beehive on the edge of the forest. Suddenly clouds get darker and rumble of summer thunder fills the air. From the sky hailstones started falling and destroying everything on the ground. Bees stopped collecting pollen from flowers and fled into the nearest shelter. When thunderstorm begins you should remember position and sequence of the lightnings. Later hailstones will fall from these positions in the same order. You get a point for every saved flower.

Balloon Collector is an application for Android OS version 2.3.3 or higher. You are flying the hot air balloon. Motion sensors in your mobile device are used for controlling the movement of your balloon. Toy balloons are moving from the ground upwards. Try to catch as many balloons as you can.

Water Logic is an application for Android OS version 2.3.3 or higher. Water Logic is a logic puzzle game. In each puzzle you have a set of bowls and your task is measuring specified quantity of water. You can pour water from one bowl to another until either first bowl is empty or second bowl is full. Try to solve each puzzle in minimum number of moves. When you solve one puzzle you can try the next one.

Nim Tournament is an application for Android OS version 2.3.3 or higher. Nim is a simple mathematical game of strategy. Two players take turns removing objects from distinct heaps or rows.In our case we have a board with four rows containing seven, five, three and one field. At start of the game fields are occupied with 16 tokens. On each turn, a player must remove at least one token, and may remove any number of tokens provided they all come from the same row.The player who takes last token loses the game.

Game of 15 is a classic puzzle game (also called 15 puzzle, Gem Puzzle, Boss Puzzle, Mystic Square, ...) with numeric and alphabetic tiles. It is a sliding puzzle that consists of a frame of square tiles in random order with one tile missing. Size of the frame is 4x4. Numeric version of the game have numeric tiles that must be ordered from 1 to 15, alphabetic tiles must be ordered from A to O.

Golf Range Memo is a simple game to chalenge your memory. You must observe a sequence of tee shot positions. Then you mark the holes in the same sequence using the flag. Each time the task is completed, the game will produce another sequence with an additional tee shot. The game continues until the maximum sequence of tee shots for chosen level is reached.

Card Memory Game is a card game in which cards are laid face down on a table and two cards are flipped face up on each turn. The object of the game is to turn over pairs of matching cards. The game is also known as Memory or Pairs. In our version of the game player can use decks of 20 or 32 playing cards. Cards are laid face down in four rows of five or eight cards each. In each turn player chooses two cards and turns them face up. If they are of the same rank and color (ace of hearts and ace of diamonds, king of clubs and king of spades, …) player wins the pair and cards are removed from the table. The game ends when the last pair is picked up. Time is recorded and added to leaderboard.

Four in a Line is good old classic game for two, but let us repeat few rules:

- When each player is on the move he or she drops a disc from the top in one of seven columns on the board.

- The object of the game is to connect four discs of the same color vertically, horizontaly or diagonally.

- When you connect four pieces you win, in case nobody connects them it is a draw.

War is a simple card game for two. Let us repeat some rules: Game is played with standard French playing card deck. The deck is divided evenly among the players. Card rank (from high to low): A K Q J 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2. Each player reveals the top card of their deck – this is a battle. The player with the higher card takes both of the cards played. If two cards played are of equal value, then there is a war. Both players place three cards of their pile face down and then another card face-up. The owner of the higher face-up card wins the war and adds all cards on the table to the bottom of his deck. If the face-up cards are again equal then the war repeats. Action repeats until one face-up card is higher. The game continues until one player has all the cards and wins.

Tic-tac-toe (Noughts and crosses, Xs and Os) is a simple logical play for two players.
Game is usually played with paper and pencil.
In our case you will use your phone or tablet.
Let us repeat rules:

- On each turn player place one of his pieces on board (X or O).

- A piece may be placed on any empty space.

- A player wins when he connect a line of his pieces from one side or corner of the board to the other.

- The game ends when either one player wins or the board is full.

Solitaire is a game for one player played with standard deck of 52 playing cards.

Seven piles of cards are laid from left to right.
The first pile contains one card, second two cards, and so on.
The four foundation piles (rectangles on the right) are empty at the start of the game.
The aim of the game is to move all the cards into foundation.
Each foundation pile should contain cards from one suit in order from Ace to King.

Sticky Numbers is a simple logical game.

Your task is to fill the board with number 0.
When you click on the button, number on that button is subtracted by one.
Same thing happens to the surrounding buttons in all four directions (top, bottom, left and right).
If the number is 0, then it goes back to 3.

Game is a variant of the board game Ludo.

The board consists of home fields (in the corners), target fields (in the middle) and track fields in the shape of a cross.
Colored fields on the track are the starting fields of the corresponding player.
The aim of the game is to move all four pieces in a clockwise direction from the starting field to the target fields.

Solve twelve beer puzzles.

Beer Logic is a logic puzzle game.
In each puzzle your task is mesuring specified quantity of beer in one of the mugs.
The mug can be filled from the pipe.
You can pour beer from one mug to another until either first mug is empty or second mug is full.
Another option to empty the mug is drinking from the mug.
Try to solve each puzzle in minimum number of moves.
When you solve one puzzle you can try the next one.

Rummy is a card game in which each player tries to lay down cards in groups of three or more.

Standard deck of 52 cards is used. Cards in each suit rank, from low to high: A-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-J-Q-K .
Each player is dealt a hand of ten cards. One card is placed face up on the table to start the discard pile, and the remainder of the deck is placed face down to form the stock.
Melding is taking a combination of cards from your hand, and placing it face up in front of you on the table, where it stays. There are two kinds of combination which can be melded: sequences and groups.
Sequence consists of three or more cards of the same suit in consecutive order, such as -2-3 or 10-J-Q-K.
Group is three or four cards of the same rank, such as 7-7-7 or K-K-K-K.

Place your ships on the board and begin the battle.

Battleship is classic game on the board for two players. Test your strategy and tactics against various skill levels of your opponent.
Each game consists of two phases - preparation phase and battle phase.
In preparation phase put 5 ships of different lengths on the battlefield grid of 10 x 10 fields .
When all ships are on the board you can begin the Battle.

Pyramid Solitaire is a card game where player try to clear the Pyramid. Standard deck of 52 playing cards is used. At the begining cards are laid down in the form of Pyramid. We put one card in the first row, two cards in second row, and so on until seventh row. Each card is partially covered by two cards from the next row. The remaining cards (24) form a stock. The Stock is used to draw cards and put them to the Waste. The object of the game is to remove pairs of cards from the Pyramid whose ranks is equal to 13.

The game is played on a board with 24 fields where game pieces may be placed. Fields are connected with lines.
Initially the board is empty and each of the two players hold nine pieces.

During the opening, players alternately place their pieces on any vacant field.
After all pieces have been placed, player may place one of his pieces to an adjacent vacant field.
If at any time during the game a player succeeds in arranging three of his pieces in a row (closing a mill), he may remove any opponent's piece that is not part of a mill.
In case all opponent’s pieces are in mills, player can remove any piece.
As soon as a player has only three pieces left, there is a new rule for moving pieces.
The player with three pieces may jump one of his pieces to any vacant field on the board.

Standard deck of 52 cards is used. Each player is dealt a hand of seven cards. One card is placed face up on the table to start the discard pile, the remainder of the deck is placed face down to form the stock. Game is finished when one of the players get rid of all his cards.

Yatzy is a game played with dice. You have five dice to roll. In each turn you can roll the dice a total of three times. After each roll, the player chooses which dice to keep, and which to reroll (Click on a die to keep it). At the end of each turn player must put a score or zero into one of the score boxes. The game ends when all score boxes are used. Game score is the sum of values in all score boxes.

Sudoku is a logic puzzle game with numbers. The objective is to fill a 9×9 grid with digits so that each column, each row, and each of the nine 3×3 subgrids (blocks) that compose the grid contains all of the digits from 1 to 9. At the beginning each puzzle is filled with some initial digits and a player is required to fill in the missing digits according to the rules.

Go Fish is a card game where each player try to collect maximum number of Books (4 cards of same rank). Standard deck of 52 cards is used. Each player is dealt a hand of seven cards. The remaining cards are placed face down to form a stock. A turn consists of asking opponent for a specific rank. The player who asks must already hold at least one card of the requested rank. If the player who was asked has cards of the named rank he/she must give all cards of this rank to the player who asked for them. That player then gets another turn and may again ask for any rank already held by the asker. If the person asked does not have any cards of the named rank, he/she say 'Go fish!'. The asker must then draw the top card from a stock. If the drawn card is the rank asked for, the asker shows it and gets another turn. If the drawn card is not the rank asked for, the asker keeps it. The turn now passes to the other player. As soon as a player collects a book of 4 cards of the same rank, this must be shown and discarded face down. Playing a hand continues until someone has no cards left. The winner is the player who then has the most books.

Mini Golf Lite offers you a course with 18 holes and easy controls. Your goal is to shoot the ball into each hole with fewest number of shots. There are some obstacles on the way.

Golf Solitaire is a game for one player played with standard deck of 52 playing cards. Seven piles of cards are laid from left to right. Each pile contains five face-up cards. There is a single foundation pile beneath the tableau. One card is dealt to it to begin the game. The remaining cards form the stock. The object of the game is to move all of the cards from the tableau to the foundation. Cards may be removed from the top of the tableau and added to the foundation pile if they are in sequence (one rank above or one rank below). When there are no possible moves, turn card from the stock to the foundation and resume playing.