INTERLOCKED is an online version of the type of wooden puzzle you might find on your grandma or grandpa's coffee table (or on your teacher's desk).
The aim of this type of puzzle is simply to separate the puzzle pieces by applying your logic and spatial reasoning skills (skills which are important in many aspects of mathematics).
Keen to keep building your visualisation skills? Why not try some of these great shape and geometry games?
Love Lego? Try Build with Chrome, it's awesome! You'll need to install the Google Chrome browser first (remember to ask your parents before installing anything) but it's free and simple. Click here for a link. If you are using the Chrome browser already, just click on the picture to the left to start playing with Lego online.
I recommend beginning with the Build Academy. It's great fun!
Origami Origami is the art of paper folding. It originated in Japan hundreds of years ago and is now loved all across the globe. Why not give it a try? This video will show you how to fold a 'simple' pyramid, and if you're interested, how to create a spinning heart which can be balanced on top. Want to test your skills in an origami game? Try the 'Folds game' in the links below.
Tangram Puzzles A tangram is a 7 piece shape puzzle thought to have originated in China but now enjoyed all across the world. The aim is simple. Arrange the various shapes to form a picture or design. You may like to create an arrangement for a friend to try, or test your skills at the designs included in this link. Click the pic to test your skills.
If you are interested in making your own tangram puzzle in card stay tuned. More information coming soon.
Still not enough? Want more games to help build your visualisation skills?
Try the games archive for more space and geometry challenges or click the pic to take on Tetris.