Who can get to 100 first in this simple, but delightful, math game?
Imagine Tic-Tac-Toe if both players could play as both Xs and Os!
So, I heard you like Tic-Tac-Toe. What if each square on a Tic-Tac-Toe board had another Tic-Tac-Toe board inside of it? 🤯
What if we played Tic-Tac-Toe with numbers and instead of three-in-a-row, we add up to 15? Well… then we'd have Number Scrabble!
How quickly can you break the code with Bulls and Cows?
Ready for a tricky counting and divisibility game?
Who can guess the other person's codeword first? This game practices inducting thinking and encourages the development of a strategy.
In this grid-based strategy game, who will be the last to add to the snake?
Ghost is a word-building game for two players. The first person to create an actual word loses.
Learn how to play the abstract, paper-and-pencil game Dots and Boxes.
Learn how to play the abstract, paper-and-pencil game Sprouts.
Imagine Tic-Tac-Toe, but both players can both play as both X and O throughout the whole game! First to get three-in-a-row still wins!
Want to take Tic-Tac-Toe to the next level!? Imagine a 15×15 board. You must get five-in-a-row. You cannot get six-in-a-row. That's Gomoku!
Learn how to play the abstract, paper-and-pencil game Chomp!
Learn how to play the abstract, paper-and-pencil game Col!
What if you only played Tic-Tac-Toe with Xs and you could play on multiple boards?
Ready to learn a 2,500-year-old Chinese board game? Let's… go!
Try this a simple (but surprisingly strategic) subtraction game!
How fast do you get your mathematical car going without crashing?
Try this a simple (but surprisingly strategic) grid-filling game!
What if we played chess on a board that's only 4×5?
What if you had really weak chess pieces, but you could always move twice?
Tired of boring ol' chess? Then you need to try FOUR PLAYER chess!
What if one player had, say, 32 pawns?
What if one side played with THREE QUEENS and the other had SEVEN KNIGHTS!? What if?
Sure, anyone can win at checkers… but can you lose!?