Games - a good way to learn

On Brilliant, there are mostly boys(if I am not wrong) and it would not be wrong if I say that most of the Brilliants are GAMERS. In this note, I will give a list of my favorite learning games and you can give yours in the comment box(with a reason, if you want)

  1. Khaba ( I play on Android, check it on Play Store or on

  2. Brain Jiggle

  3. Where's my water? ( the 2nd version is not so good. Although, it's old but good for those who haven't tried)

  4. Jail Run premium

  5. Lightomania

  6. Cut the rope (old again but great for the new men)

  7. Squibble (easy but entertaining)

  8. Quadrogon

  9. 2048 (like Isotope 256)

  10. 100 doors(all parts), Weird Trollface Match(if you want weird logic) and many more

Follow me for more notes and yes, for my first questions which I will post in near future... and, don't forget to play while learning.

Note by Kartik Sharma
7 years, 2 months ago

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Create a message board already :D

I don't know how to contact you here on Brilliant , every time I have to search for your last comment and converse with you there .

Also I don't know if I will be coming back to Brilliant today or for some days from now , just wanted to wish you Luck for 2morrow's exams !

BestofLuck!!\huge{\color{#D61F06} {Best of Luck !!}}

A Former Brilliant Member - 6 years, 4 months ago

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for those of you interested in puzzles, Cross Me is great fun.

David Holcer - 6 years, 4 months ago

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Endless eacape is a nice game took me 2 hours also wordament is a very good game

Naman Kapoor - 6 years, 4 months ago

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are those using internet?

yasmin adilah - 5 years, 7 months ago

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